NATAS singes out 9/11 news efforts

Oei, Lily
August 2002
Daily Variety;8/29/2002, Vol. 276 Issue 62, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that the U.S. National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will commemorate the first anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks by recognizing the journalists who covered the events. Names of panelists.


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