Too Much of a Good Thing

Saltzman, Joe
November 2001
USA Today Magazine;Nov2001, Vol. 130 Issue 2678, p61
Discusses the simultaneous showing of sports news and stock market quotes on the television (TV) screen. Factors which prompted television stations to put more information on the TV screen; Limitations of the Headline News Service of CNN television network; Advantages of covering news in newspapers and Web sites.


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