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The ax comes down at CBS News, Traveler's got a new EIC, and more.
January 11, 2005
There are plenty of (involuntary) job changes in the works this week at CBS News after Monday's bombshell announcements concerning the network's "Memogate" fiasco. You can find the details elsewhere (actually, everywhere), but suffice it to say that Mary Mapes, the "60 Minutes Wednesday" producer in charge of the flawed report in question has already been canned, while a senior vice president at CBS News, 60 Minutes Wednesday's executive producer, and another senior broadcast producer have all ...
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