Broadcaster's Survival Guide: Staying Alive in the Business
Few professions are more stressful than broadcasting. One of the most common ways broadcasters sabotage their careers is by letting the stress of the business affect their performance. Broadcaster's Survival Guide describes several techniques to help on-air staff, producers, writers, news directors, and anyone in the business recognize stresses and deal with them in healthy ways.
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Coping with Stress
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