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Economy: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania #585695

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 24, 1992
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(Pittsburgh: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Pittsburgh: Mike Jensen) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's transition from "steel city" to a high-tech, health care, and service industry-based economy featured; various scenes of the city shown. [Economist Norman ROBERTSON - talks about loss of steel industry jobs, economic growth.] [Carnegie Mellon University Field Robotics Center Dr. Red WHITTAKER - comments on companies spawned by the university.] [Allegheny County commissioner Tom FOERSTER - comments on airport make-over.] [Former steel worker Pat MUTE - talks about jobs he's held.] Scenes shown of Pittsburgh's 4th of July celebration which is held on the 3rd to cut costs.

Brokaw, Tom;
Jensen, Mike

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