The Atlanta Journal-Constitution examines Jon Klein’s storytelling strategy: “We want to keep hammering away, smothering a story,” he says. More:
“We’re winning the quality war already, not the ratings war. About a year from now, we should be able to establish consistent ratings growth.”
But first, Klein says, the makeover on relaying the news must be completed:
“It’s not consistently where I want it to be. Probably 50 percent. On any given night, half of what we do is right on target, the other half is what we need to work on.”
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