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The rest are stationed throughout the Jobs for Broadcast Newsmen : 51 world or jetting about on short missions. A Network Staff Organisation Of the 250 editorial employees on a network news division, about 170 will be assigned to television and 80 to radio. Some correspondents and some other employees are put to work inter-changeably between the two media. The network also has 01'1 call a large number of stringer correspondents, who are usually newsmen employed full time on an affiliated station.
It preserves a non-political civil service, and one which can speak as it finds. Officials who were publicly identified wiih a certain line of policy might not be wholly trusted under new masters, and with that possibility in mind they might speak less freely to their present masters. Most of them like the arrangement. They are not sorry to be spared standing up for their policies in Parliament. It is not exactly power without responsibility: a civil servant identified with a bad decision is as much haunted by it later as a minister.
He then broadcasts the entire news show himself, including commercials. Indeed, he may also have to go out and hustle the commercials to realise his salary! News Staffs of Medium-size Stations A medium market-size radio station may employ two or three newsmen, who will share all the duties. A small TV station may require its only reporter to handle the camera as well as the tape recorder. The news staff is increased not only with the category of station (determined by power of transmitter and population reachable), but also with its interest in covering news.