Death by Deadline: Can Out of Control Local News Kill People?

Death by Deadline: Can Out of Control Local News Kill People?

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by Larry Kane
     
 

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Death By Deadline is a mystery thriller that takes you deep into the heart of local TV News, with heroes, villains, and a look at how the battle to be first with a story can climax in unbelievable catastrophe. Can local news kill people? That's the essential question as the author takes you through a mosaic of politics. the underworld, government, and the life of a…  See more details below

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Death By Deadline is a mystery thriller that takes you deep into the heart of local TV News, with heroes, villains, and a look at how the battle to be first with a story can climax in unbelievable catastrophe. Can local news kill people? That's the essential question as the author takes you through a mosaic of politics. the underworld, government, and the life of a big city as seen through the prism of courageous journalists and their corrupt and devious counterparts. Death by Deadline is a story of murder, mayhem, and hope. accompanied by unforgettable characters, and some of the most unusual newsroom humor that you will ever read. This is not for the fainthearted, but is IS for people who want to walk the fine line between solid reporting and the tragedy of journalistic deceit. The people are not real. Can it happen? Maybe, on some dark day in the future, unless it is too late.

"Too late" is a real possibility. But in the meantime, the thread of corruption, sexual tension, heroes and villains fighting an internal struggle, produces a newsroom full of tightrope walkers in a novel with so many surprises, that the reader must be prepared to face the unthinkable.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781463585372
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/15/2011
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.54(d)

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Larry Kane - Dean of Philadelphia Anchors. Author - Host "Voice of Reason" - Consultant Comcast Corp.- Special Contributor KYW Newsradio,

Larry Kane, known as the dean of Philadelphia television news anchors, has been one of the nation's most respected TV journalists for more than 43 years, and has recently marked his 51st anniversary in broadcasting. Kane, is current host of the Voice of Reason program on The Comcast Network (9:30 P.M Sunday nights in Pa., NJ. Maryland, DC and Virginia,) Kane is also a special contributor for CBS's KYW Newsradio, and is a consultant for Comcast Sports Group and the Comcast Program Group, now a part of NBC/Universal.

This veteran of 21 political conventions since 1964 (including the historic 2008 conventions) is perhaps most well known for his insight on American politics and government. Those stories were featured in 2000 in his first book "Larry Kane's Philadelphia (Temple Press, Foreword by Dan Rather), a regional best seller. As the only broadcast journalist to travel to every stop on the Beatle's 1964 and 1965 tours, Kane authored Ticket to Ride in 2003 (Running Press, Penguin Paperback, Foreword by Dick Clark) and Lennon Revealed (Running Press), a New York Times and Los Angeles Times Bestseller in 2005. His books have been printed in nine languages around the world.

The Emmy Award-winning newsman was honored by the Mid-Atlantic Emmy organization with their Governor's Award in 2005, recognizing Lifetime Achievement, In the annals of broadcast history, Kane is best known for the success of Action News at WPVI in Philadelphia, where, he helped propel the station in one year, from 1970 to 1971, to first place in the news ratings. The Action News format changed the face of contemporary broadcasting in the early 1970's, placing the emphasis on local news connected to extraordinary community involvement by stations across the country. His success brought him to New York and ABC News and WABC TV. After 18 months, he returned to Philadelphia and completed his unique trifecta, working for the NBC and CBS stations. Kane is the only news anchor to anchor a total of 38 years at all three Philadelphia owned and operated TV stations.

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