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For the First Time, Broadcast Networks Shut Out of duPont Awards - Posted 1 day, 11 hours ago
Ever since 1968, when the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards arrived at Columbia, it's been a pretty safe bet that each year, somebody at CBS News, ABC News or NBC News was going to take home a duPont. At least, until this year. For the first time, the legacy broadcast networks... [morningmedianewsfeed]

For the First Time, Broadcast Networks Shut Out of duPont Awards - Posted 1 day, 11 hours ago
Ever since 1968, when the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards arrived at Columbia, it's been a pretty safe bet that each year, somebody at CBS News, ABC News or NBC News was going to take home a duPont. At least, until this year. For the first time, the legacy broadcast networks... [FishbowlNY]

For the First Time, Broadcast Networks Shut Out of duPont Awards - Posted 1 day, 11 hours ago
Ever since 1968, when the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards arrived at Columbia, it's been a pretty safe bet that each year, somebody at CBS News, ABC News or NBC News was going to take home a duPont. At least, until this year. For the first time, the legacy broadcast networks... [TVNewser]

Barbara Walters Regrets Using Influence to Help Syrian Woman Try to Get Internship with Piers Morgan - Posted June 5, 2012
ABC's Barbara Walters is apologizing for using her influence to to help a former aide of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad find work in the U.S. The Telegraph got a hold ... [TVNewser]

MSNBC's 'Audience Split' - Posted October 13, 2011
MSNBC is seeing an opportunity for some of its left-leaning talent in the coverage of Occupy Wall Street, writes Reuters' Paul Thomasch. "Big events turn careers, we've seen that th... [TVNewser]

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