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“I've debunked that theory both in Broadcast Blues and McClatchy's Sacramento Bee, only to draw the ire of Rush Limbaugh.”
“Broadcast is inherently one-way, and therefore disqualified where we must work ideas back and forth.”
“I love the editing scene in Broadcast News with Joan Cusack hurdling over people and sliding under a filing cabinet to get the tape back.”
“One GOP operative told me that Webb's performance reminded him of Albert Brooks 'devastating flop-sweat scene in "Broadcast News.”
“Tami received her undergraduate degree in Broadcast Communications fromShepherd College in Shepherdstown, WV.”
“But instead of becoming Holly Hunter in Broadcast News, I wound up being a librarian and then a techie librarian, but now I find myself at an interesting nexis of broadcasting and information.”
“One of the things that troubled her in 1962 was seeing "Broadcast" - a poem full of tenderness for Maeve Brennan, a colleague of Larkin's in Hull, who became his mistress - in the Listener.”
“(3.96 in Broadcast Communications) on the Pac-10's All-Academic team.”
“In 1987, Hunter’s performance as a lonely, uptight news correspondent in Broadcast News earned the actress her first Academy Award nomination.”
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