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INSIDE TELEVISION BROADCAST BLUES Dispatches From the Twenty-Year War Between a Television . Mr. Burns's story begins in 1973 with his first job in broadcasting, as a television news anchor in Parkersburg, . a. the 196th largest market in the country.
INSIDE TELEVISION BROADCAST BLUES Dispatches From the Twenty-Year War Between a Television Reporter and His Medium. Three years later, he was a network correspondent at NBC. It was a meteoric rise, but Mr. Burns takes little comfort from it, agonizing over the loss of his soul in a business that may never have had one.
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Burns began his television career at WQED, the PBS station in Pittsburgh, hosting a cultural affairs program in the .
Burns began his television career at WQED, the PBS station in Pittsburgh, hosting a cultural affairs program in the studio adjacent to the studio in which Mister Rogers' Neighborhood was produced. Burns and Rogers went on to develop a close friendship, with the latter becoming a kind of mentor to the former. When Rogers died, the obituary that Burns broadcast stated that "no one has ever put television to nobler, more societally beneficial use than Fred Rogers.
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Publisher: Harpercollins; 1st edition (May 1, 1993)
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