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WCCOWorld Conference for Cancer Organisations (Australia)
WCCOWater City Chamber Orchestra (Oshkosh, WI)
WCCOWorkers' Compensation Compliance Officer (California)
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13) The Court determined the exclusivity provisions to be "reasonable and content-neutral" and that the policy did not "discriminate against either" WCCO or KSTP.
Finally, Part VI proposes and outlines a new WCCO international climate change mitigation system modeled on the WTO example to move past the current stalemate.
In an interview with ZDNET News, an online service of Ziff-Davis, WCCO vice president and general manager Jim Gustafson responded to a question about the CBS corporate prohibition by explaining: "Why should I (let the radio programming be Webcast)?
There's this perception that [television news anchors] are all Teflon superhuman celebrities," longtime WCCO anchor Don Shelby told MinnPost.
Previously, Don has led farm broadcast efforts at WCCO Radio in Minneapolis and WNAX in Yankton, South Dakota.
Even WCCO, owned by Infinity, seems to have found its roots again in Minneapolis / St.
Panelists participating in the discussion at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities School of Journalism were Caroline Lowe, reporter WCCO TV; Larry Oakes, reporter Star Tribune; Chris Hamilton, reporter Duluth News Tribune; Bernie Grace, KARE 11 reporter; Rodney Brodin, Donald Blom's defense attorney; and Thomas Pertler, prosecutor.
Reid Johnson, CEO of the WCCO site and a former news director at the station, won't give any numbers.
Wallace's comments followed his report on the dressing-down of Minneapolis television station WCCO by the Minnesota News Council.
Jones's guests were Don Shelby, an anchor at WCCO in Minneapolis; Ed Bewley, Chairman of Audience Research and Development in Dallas, and William Babcock, Associate Director of the Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication.