TV Week staffers from top to bottom seem to think so. They’re calling around Hollywood looking for jobs and saying things are so bad there that bosses at Crain Communications may pull the plug. Too sad, especially since this is its 25th anniversary. The print publication, previously known as Electronic Media, also has a full-frills internet presence and custom e-newsletters.
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