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A.m. Show Tests Bay Waters

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KTVU’s new morning news show, “Morning On 2,” made its presence felt against three network ayem offerings, although it still finished in fourth place against the long-established leaders. Hoping to…

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Jumping Into A Pool

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Four stations have pooled their resources to cover area families with members captured, killed or missing in action during the Persian Gulf war. According to WJW-TV news director Phyllis Quail, the…

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Up, Up And Away

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Joe Occhionero has resigned as g.m. of WUAB-TV to join Fine Advertising. And Jennifer Auther steps out after three years with WKYC-TV news to become at KPIX-TV general assignment reporter, San…

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Status Quo Despite War

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Little has changed in local network affil newscast standings, despite the overriding Persian Gulf war coverage by the networks and competition from CNN and other news sources. According to Nielsen…

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Hub’s Tale Of Two Books

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The impact of Operation Desert Storm was predictable: higher news ratings. Less predictable were the wildly divergent figures issued by both Arbitron and Nielsen. In Arbitron, the award for…

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Going To Old(ies) West

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Dave Van Dyke, who has been credited with turning CBS-owned WODS-FM Boston into one of the most successful oldies outlets in the country, has been named v.p. and general manager of Los Angeles oldies…

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Net News Scores In War

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Persian Gulf war news dominated the local ratings war this month, forcing entertainment programming to take a backseat – and, in some instances, nearly doubling the audiences for talk/news shows…

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Executive Shuffle

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CONSTANCE B. MINNETT has been appointed v.p. and general counsel for Warner Bros. distribution. SANDRA RABINS has been upped to the newly created post of senior v.p., production finance, for the…

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