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Inside Story #989977

PBS Special for Sunday, May 09, 1982

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  • This episode of Inside Story focuses on the growing business of delivering news, and the way media will have to change to meet growing demand for news in the future.
  • Hosted by Hodding Carter.
  • Includes the participation of Roone Arledge, Frank Reynolds of ABC News, Jeff Gralnick, executive producer at ABC, Van Gordon Sauter, President of CBS News, former Presidents of CBS News Richard Salant, Fred Friendly, and William Leonard, anchors Dan Rather and Tom Brokaw, Tony Schwartz, of the New York Times, media critic Jeff Greenfield, .
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