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Topic - Susan Young
One executive who typified a close-to-the-vest approach was ABC's former entertainment chief, Stephen McPherson, who lost his job after six years last summer, Young said.
Susan Young, a freelance writer and president of the Television Critics Organization, said she sees an abundance of caution from TV executives, many of whom don't recognize that by talking to reporters, they're also talking to their viewers.