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The vanishing anchorman

The number of male newscasters on TV has reached an all-time low. What's the story?

By Suzanne C. Ryan
Globe Staff / January 15, 2006

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In the television news industry, a good man is getting hard to find. The numbers say as much: After dominating TV news for decades, male anchors are now in the minority nationwide, according to a study by the Radio-Television News Directors Association and Ball State University. (Full article: 1274 words)

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