RTDNA Remembers 9/11

Things changed, publications changed, people changed
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It was still called RTNDA back in Sept. 2002 when the RTNDA’s print publication, Communicator, did a look-back at what had transpired since Sept. 11, 2001. The group that represents radio and television news directors was then called the Radio and Television News Directors Association but it is now called the Radio Television Digital News Association.

Entitled “One Year Later – News Managers Look Back on the Year that Changed Everything,” the RTNDA interviewed over a dozen New York- and Washington-based news professionals in TV and radio on what happened to them on 9/11 and how their jobs (and lives) had changed.

The RTDNA has placed a copy of that article on its web site for viewing.

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