The best known broadcast journalists of a generation bump into each other on their way forward in their careers.
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At every outpost a collection of hard working, young journalists about to be stars, and factors in television news emerge. Their names fast becoming household names. What were they like, when they were full of hope, and the art of doing television news was emerging in full form. And what was the cost of it all, as they burned their images into America's psyche? And what was the Newslife like for the author , who saw it all, did it all, and emerged to tell this tale?
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Comece a ler The Newslife: Detalhes do produto Capa comum: Seja o primeiro a avaliar este item. Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. Steve Cohen's 'Newslife' is a memoir filled with high-octane people and their works; many of them will be familiar to anyone who knows the history of TV broadcasting during the last four decades. I have heard fragments of many of these stores during the intervening years, and it is fascinating to see them fleshed out in print.
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This book of over pages is a magnum opus by anyone's standard; tales of its creation have been heard from afar for years. The reader will find in these pages many of the faults of the self-published book: Getting past these faults, there is a wealth of information useful to someone who wants to understand the odd, Byzantine inner workings of TV news operations, a process much more intricate and multilayered than most people realize.
The truly challenging inner workings in these pages, however, belong to Steve himself, who gives us a cautionary tale about the level of sacrifice that this tangled business can exact from the folks who labor in it.
As you read, you might find yourself wondering how, with all his many turns of fortune, he has preserved his enthusiasm for the TV business. And in this matter- getting us to understand why he keeps coming back for more- Steve does himself, and the reader, an injustice, one which seems odd to me. He doesn't take enough space to fully contextualize his own story through the history of broadcasting, most particularly the fascinating events, styles and innovations of the early s. In those years, TV went 'live via satellite' for the first time, space shots were televised in continuous, fact-encrusted hours, political and social upheavals of historic proportion were available for all of us to see, not fixed and still on newsprint, but in full, live, often heartbreaking motion.
The TV news folks who brought us those events seemed to be doing a service, and to want to be part of that seemed like a noble impulse.
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By not giving us a real taste of the flavor of that time, he fails to suggest that there might have been much more at work in his career choices than simple ego. As a former history professor, it seems natural that he would have taken more time to put his news career into that more complete, historical context.
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Their names fast becoming household names. What were they like, when they were full of hope, and the art of doing television news was emerging in full form. And what was the cost of it all, as they burned their images into Americas psyche? And what was the Newslife like for the author , who saw it all, did it all, and emerged to tell this tale? It is the life of a practicing newsman who ran operations from New York to Los Angeles, with side trips to help launch and create COURT TV, run broadcast stations, a network for long haul truck drivers, and work on the Natalee Holloway case for Aruba.
He lives in Southern California with his extended family.
THE NEWSLIFE : FROM ARKANSAS TO ARUBA
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