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Monitoring China Trade

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The locally-based Monitor Television Inc., gearing to launch the Monitor Channel this year, has exclusive U.S. rights to “Silk Road,” a 42-part docuseries focusing on the trade route opened up by…

Marketplace

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Getting A New Booth

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Ken Wilson, after seven years in the St. Louis Cardinals broadcast booth, is leaving for KTLA-TV Los Angeles, where he will be involved in telecasts of the Angels' games. Coincidentally, Wilson will…

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Ex-press Aide Reports

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Farland Hawthorne Chang, a San Franciscan who has logged broadcast time in Guam, Honolulu, Washington and Salisbury, Md., has joined WTXF-TV as a general assignment reporter. A former press aide to…

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Cuss To Buss?

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The relationship between WCAU-TV v.p. and g.m. Gene Lothery and anchor-in-chief Larry Kane switched from cuss to buss during a farewell party for the station's KYW-TV-bound news director Paul Gluck…

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ABC Slasher Story

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Philly ABC is paring its local bureau from five to three, beginning Feb. 1. A bureau manager, a reporter and an office manager will stay put; the others will move to New York.

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CBS Wins Week”s War

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With the start of the Persian Gulf war on Wednesday night, Week 18 (which ended Jan. 20) certainly qualifies as an a typical tv week. The all-primetime war news telecasts on both Wednesday (Jan. 16)…

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