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New York City Newspaper Pressmen's Strike #500211

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 16, 1978
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(Studio) Update on New York City newspaper pressmen's strike and potential for additional strike.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(NYC) [SALESMAN - tells price of "Philadelphia Inquirer."] Strikes against "New York Times", "Post" and "Daily News" detailed. Is noted that at present Unification Church's "News World" still issued; circulation noted. Reverend Sun Myung Moon mentioned. Establishment of strike paper staffed by reporters and editors of struck papers and called "City News" reported Threats of strike by Machinists Union stated.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt

Brokaw, Tom;
Hunt, Richard

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