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WGBH ANNUAL REPORT: CONSTANT. CHANGE.
WGBH 2011-2012 Annual Report: Constant. Change. --
WGBH, Boston, MA ...
"A gem of an annual report -- clean, refined layout with spreads packed with photos, illustrations and much interesting copy. Screens, headline schedules, captions and a very nice (and very readable) matte paper choice all blend to make the whole greater than the sum of its parts."