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Media owners in the crosshairs as Trump craves retribution
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June 28, 2010, 6 p.m.

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Media owners in the crosshairs as Trump craves retribution
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TV rewards the authoritarian candidate
“We will not learn who the best person for the job of the presidency actually is, but we might come away from campaign coverage knowing who the best person is to play president on TV.”
Newsrooms (re)discover the magic of project management
“Strong project management makes newsrooms more adaptable and more able to survive industry turmoil.”