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PBS' new chairman.

The U.S. Public Broadcasting has a new chairman. and he is Gerald L. Baliles, former governor of Virginia and currently a partner in a Richmond law firm. He replaces Ted R. Capener, v.p. of university relations at the Univ. of Utah.

Maria Elena A. Flood of Texas has been elected vice-chairman of PBS, succeeding Stephen A. Greyser. Judy Stone has been reelected as professional vice-chairman.

Baliles chairs President Clinton's National Airline Commission. He has been a PBS board member since 1992.
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Title Annotation:Gerald L. Baliles; Public Broadcasting Service
Publication:Video Age International
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Sep 1, 1993
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