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WNET has announced the hosts of “Thirteen Live,” its new latenight public affairs program: Juan Gonzalez, a striking Daily News columnist; Paul Gorman, WBAI commentator; Sheryl McCarthy, a New York Newsday columnist; Roger Rosenblatt, an essayist for Life; and Marlene Sanders, host of “Metro Week In Review.”

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