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Publication Date: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Attkisson, Sharyl, Vaughan, Don R.
Sharyl Attkisson is a writer, correspondent, and substitute anchor for CBS News. She also writes for CBS News Radio and the CBS News Web site. She's anchored for CNN, hosted the Newsweek Production of the weekly PBS series HealthWeek, and worked in four local news television markets as reporter, anchor and producer Don Rodney Vaughan has worked in small markets as a radio and TV news writer and reporter, and has taught broadcast news writing at Mississippi State University. He's pursuing a Ph.D. in Mass Communications at the University of Southern MississippiAttkisson, Sharyl is the author of 'Writing Right for Broadcast and Internet News', published 2002 under ISBN 9780205343515 and ISBN 0205343511.
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