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Plunge from top of ratings brings shake-up at Ch. 7

By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / February 13, 2009

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After dominating the 11 p.m. news for a decade with its flashy graphics and emphasis on spot news, WHDH-TV (Channel 7) has plunged to third place in the ratings. In response, the station has dismissed its late-night executive news producer and two anchors, including longtime newsman Randy Price, who has been replaced, at least temporarily, with a two-woman anchor team. (Full article: 1148 words)

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