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All Shook Up

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Chuck Scarborough, WNBC-TV’s anchorman on the 6 p.m. news, has written a novel called “After-Shock.” The story involves an earthquake that hits New York. Scarborough got the idea while working on a…

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Live, From New York

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Pubcaster WNET-TV has inaugurated some new programs to be broadcast live, including “Thirteen Live” on Jan. 28. The show will run weekdays at 11 p.m. and will focus on local issues four days a week…

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Taste Treat

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Jacques Pepin, a chef and New York Times columnist, has a new cooking show on WLIW-TV, dubbed “Today’s Gourmet.” During the 26-part series, Pepin will whip up “classic yet healthy cuisine.”…

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Public-Service Goes Barter

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The nationwide trend in syndication to offer shows on an all-barter basis has crossed into the world of public-service programming. Local stations around the country have been coughing up cash for…

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