Radio is Not TV Minus Pictures
Radio is Not TV Minus Pictures
Radio has its own craft and discipline. You might not appreciate, say, a book editor suddenly having absolute power over your TV company. If a book editor wants to work in TV, you might expect them to humble themselves, to learn, and to observe before accepting a post where they would make huge decisions about other people's work.

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Unlike the coward at the CBC who wrote a mean spirited and ill-informed letter under the condition of anonymity, I am proud to respond to the Merklinger post with my name firmly attached.

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