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The rise of the anchorwomen

Viewer attitudes, economics lift young female newscasters

The marquee duo of Frances Rivera (left) and Kim Khazei were made Channel 7's permanent anchor team yesterday. The marquee duo of Frances Rivera (left) and Kim Khazei were made Channel 7's permanent anchor team yesterday. (Globe Staff Photo / Michele McDonald)
By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / March 18, 2009

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As layoffs and early retirements alter Boston's television newsrooms, the traditional anchorman is becoming a minority and newscasts are getting female makeovers. (Full article: 959 words)

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