To Our Readers, Apr. 3, 1995

PRINT AND TV JOURNALISM DON'T usually mix well. Print journalists snipe that TV is shallow and addicted to sizzle, while TV journalists scoff that print is slow and ponderous. Here at Time Inc., however, detente has been declared, thanks largely to Joe Quinlan and George Kindel, executive producer and senior producer of The News Exchange, the company's TV-production unit. Our most recent peace dividend can be seen on April 5, when the Discovery Channel will air CyberSpace, a one-hour special filmed in collaboration with the TIME journalists who prepared the cyberspace issue published in mid-March. "There's no way we could take...

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