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Philadelphia Bulletin #518554

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 16, 1981
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(Studio) 8 unions said voting to accept reduced package of pay and benefits to keep "Philadelphia Bulletin" from folding.
REPORTER: Jane Pauley

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) History of paper noted. [MAN says over telephone that bus. conts.] Dilemma of paper explained; concessions of unions noted. [Associate Edward Claude LEWIS - compares situation to death row.] "Washington Star" and "New York Daily News" situations recalled. "Atlanta Journal" cited as healthy afternoon paper. ["Atlanta Journal" Managing Edward Ed SEARS - notes fight for reader attention.] Plight of afternoon papers in general considered. television news as competitor noted. NBC, CBS, ABC evening news intros. played. "Bulletin" said still to have to fight hard to stay alive.
REPORTER: Denise Baker

Baker, Denise;
Pauley, Jane

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