Talk Back at 6

Mates, Rich
July 2006
Broadcasting & Cable;7/17/2006, Vol. 136 Issue 28, p28
Reports on the plan of Mission Broadcasting's WYOU TV station to launch an interactive newscast in August 2006. Advantage of the newscast to viewers; Agreement between WYOU and Nexstar Broadcasting Group Inc. to share news reports; Statement from WYOU News Director Ron Krisulevicz about the impact of the plan on the market.


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