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Media owners in the crosshairs as Trump craves retribution
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Nov. 5, 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
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Newsrooms (re)discover the magic of project management
“Strong project management makes newsrooms more adaptable and more able to survive industry turmoil.”