She says: Women in news

Ten women in positions of power in the news industry describe how women in news are changing the news agenda, the culture of the newsrooom and the culture itself. Among the women featured in the program are: Judy Woodruff, prime anchor and correspondent, CNN; Helen Thomas, dean of White House corres...

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Corporate Author: PBS Video.
Other Authors: Konner, Joan.
Format: Video VHS
Language:English
Published:[Washington, D.C.] : PBS Home Video, 2001.
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Summary:Ten women in positions of power in the news industry describe how women in news are changing the news agenda, the culture of the newsrooom and the culture itself. Among the women featured in the program are: Judy Woodruff, prime anchor and correspondent, CNN; Helen Thomas, dean of White House correspondents, Hearst, formerly UPI; Anna Quindlen, Newsweek columnist, former Op Ed page columnist, New York Times; Nina Totenberg, legal affairs correspondent, NPR, Carole Simpson, anchor World News Tonight Sunday, ABC News; Geneva Overholser, Washington Post; Judy Crichton, first women producer of CBS Reports; Paula Madison, Vice President and General Manager, KNBC, Los Angeles. The women describe their early experiences in the business and tell specific news stories that women in decision-making positions in the newsroom have influenced.
Physical Description:1 videocassette (60 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
Format:VHS.
Production Credits:Executive producer, Joan Konner ; produced and directed by Barbara Rick.
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