The Imperfect Mirror: Inside Stories of Television News Women

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Today, Diane Sawyer, Barbara Walters, and Jane Pauley are changing the ways a male-dominated new industry looks at women, and in doing so are changing everyone's mind about equality. 20 photos.

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The imperfect mirror: inside stories of television newswomen

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These "inside stories'' consist of six "A Day in the Life'' chapters and snippets of conversations (or "sound bites'') with more than 50 television newswomen, including Connie Chung (NBC-TV) and Renee ... Read full review

Contents

CAST OF CHARACTERS
11
THE MOOD OF THE NEWSROOM
29
ANCHORING THE NEWS IS LIKE DESSERT
47
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Writer and educator Daniel Paisner received a B.A. from Tufts University and an M.A. from Boston University. He is an adjunct professor of journalism in the communication arts department of Long Island University. Paisner is the author of Horizontal Hold: The Making and Breaking of a Network Pilot and has collaborated on works with the likes of George Pataki, Montel Williams, and model Emme.

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