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St. Louis Globe-Democrat #305531

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 25, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(Saint Louis, Missouri) Efforts of "Saint Louis Globe-Democrat" publisher Jeff Gluck to keep newspaper afloat examined; scenes shown. [Mayor Vincent SCHOEMEHL, "Globe" employee Tuck OSWALD - offer different perceptions of Gluck.] [GLUCK - had hoped to keep paper running.] Paper's financial problems outlined, discussed. [OSWALD - explains legal effort to force Gluck into bankruptcy.] [MAN - cites drop in paper's morale.] [GLUCK - responds.] [Former managing editor Patrick GAUEN - questions Gluck's understanding of journalism.] [GLUCK - defs. publisher's control of editorial policy.] Circulation of "Globe" and rival "Saint Louis Post Dispatch" in recent months compared. ["Saint Louis Journalism Review" spokesperson Charles KLOTZER - assesses situation.] [SCHOEMEHL - defs. "Globe.] "["Globe" business editor Dennis McCARTHY - remains committed.]
REPORTER: Karen Boros

Boros, Karen;
Morton, Bruce

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