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SNY's Raab Says Coverage Has Been "Balanced" In First Five Years
Published March 16, 2011
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Q: Is SNY where you expected it to be when it launched five years ago?
Raab: When we launched, we were focused on making sure that our studio programming and our Mets programming was going to be good. We needed to figure out our Jets partnership. And we were obviously focused on distribution. Other than that, we had so many internal staffing and administrative issues, that I can’t tell you honestly that I had a vision for what I wanted it to look like.
Q: What has SNY done especially well during the last five years?
Raab: We came out and said that our news coverage would be balanced and objective. That was met with a lot of skepticism. Looking back, there were certainly opportunities for our owners to waver, and nobody ever wavered. That really is the truth.
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