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Re: Entercom imposes contract on AFTRA

Kevin Vahey <k-vahey@attbi.com> writes:
> I still cringe when I hear news directors claim news is more expensive 
> to produce today. I know back in the early 70's WBZ spent close to 
> $200000 a year on taxis transporting film and then you had to process it 
> and edit it. You had humans running studio cameras, graphics were set by 
> hand etc etc.
> Today it is all debt service

But anchors weren't being paid high six-figure salaries back then, either.