The Press: Headlines from TV

Newspapermen like to complain that in reporting the news, radio and television newsmen simply buy early editions of every paper in town and read the stories on the air. But there is a pencil behind the other ear. Television shows are creating more and more newspaper headlines.

The TV headlines are most noticeable in Monday morning newspapers after Sunday's panel interview shows. Last Sunday U.S. TViewers saw and heard West Berlin's Mayor Willy Brandt, Argentina's President Arturo Frondizi and New Hampshire's Republican Senator Styles Bridges. Last week an estimated 15 million watched Soviet First...

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