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Eye On America (Newspaper Cutbacks) #336354

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 11, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pittsfield, Massachusetts: Eric Engberg) Newspaper cutbacks caused by the recession featured. [Editor, "The Berkshire Eagle" Mark MILLER - says readers are less well informed.] [Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Mayor Ed REILLY, former town planning board member Jonathan NICKS - comment on changes in city government reporting.] [American Society of Newspaper Editors David LAWRENCE - comments on need for more resources.] "Miami Herald" news bureau closings and planned lay-offs noted. [Knight-Ridder newspaper chain chief executive James BATTEN - comments on profitability of the newspaper business.] Scenes shown of demonstrators protesting the shutdown of Gannett-owned "Arkansas Gazette"; Gannett Company noted refusing to speak to CBS News.

Engberg, Eric;
Rather, Dan

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