A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 2, 1974

Journalists do not always work from the sidelines, as Contributing Editor Judy Fayard and San Francisco Correspondent John Austin demonstrated in handling their assignments for this week's magazine. Show Business Writer Fayard, working on her story on public-access cable television, found it "slightly unbelievable" that anyone who wants to can air his own TV show, so she signed up for one of the cable companies' minicourses in video-tape making. When Fayard's editors learned of her interest, they asked her to immerse herself in the subject by making, for broadcast, a program of her own.

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