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There Was A Time by George Burlbaugh

There Was A Time by George Burlbaugh
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My involvement with television and television news began more than a half century ago, almost by accident. Out of High School, I installed tv antennas, went to Korea in communication intelligence and ended up a tv news director and network news producer. This is a look back at some of the things I remember best.

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