Can WBZ's management/Viacom et al, be sued?
Thu Aug 11 06:51:19 EDT 2005
Just for clarification, Dave Faneuf actually was the author of the
message. I've not chimed in on this string yet. - I was simply posting
to the listserv for him as he was having some technical problems
posting. Thanks! Bill O'Neill
A. Joseph Ross wrote:
>On 10 Aug 2005 at 18:39, Bill O'Neill wrote:
>>Given the hypothetical I outlined, would, could, or should the
>>manager(s) at WBZ or pick your favorite radio broadcast news outlet
>>that decided to withhold "my hypothetical" story in order to release
>>it at a time that could benefit their station in the ratings, and
>>ultimately financially, be brought up on civil or criminal charges? <<
>Why do you think there would be civil or criminal charges for a decision to hold a story? Or
>for a decision to run it later?
William F. O'Neill, Jr., CDMS, CVRC
VT Certified Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor #V0044
WINDHAM INJURY MANAGEMENT GROUP
2763 Route 74 East, Shoreham, VT 05770
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