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'Horizon' down to skeleton staff, in financial turmoil (access required)

"Horizon," the public affairs television program for confessed political junkies, is in danger of going off the air because of budget cutbacks at Arizona State University, said former News and Public Affairs Director Mike Philipsen."I don't think it will make it," Philipsen told the Yellow Sheet Report.Philipsen is one of at least 11 KAET/Channel 8 ...

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