Talk:Hearst Television

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It might be interesting to consider how HTV has generally left the logos of its stations intact, even while imposing a national standard for other graphic design and presentation elements, and perhaps more generally a "hands-off" management style that rewards successful local station managers. This contrasts with, for example, Sinclair, where many programming decisions are made by corporate HQ in Hunt Valley and local managers play a much smaller role. The obvious example would be WCVB-TV, which has had the same logo since it signed on in 1972 (through four different owners) and for most of that time had the same general manager, Paul LaCamera. KCRA, likewise, has kept its logo essentially unchanged for more than 30 years. 121a0012 20:04, 26 February 2006 (UTC)

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