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“How will Shaq take it, for example, when his head is Photoshopped by the "NBA on TNT" production minions onto some goofy body, in the name of in-studio comedy -- a plight the good-natured Barkley has endured countless times?”
“The following day, he appeared as an in-studio guest on Imus in the Morning, which was nationally syndicated on WFAN–New York and also aired on MSNBC.”
“Fenty made his comments as a guest on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," making an in-studio appearance in New York with takeover mogul and ex-"car czar" Steven Rattner and former Republican presidential candidate Pat Buchanan.”
“It was an absolute pleasure to drink bourbon with you and to have you as an in-studio guest on Art & Story.”
“Eagles President Joe Banner did an hour in-studio with Philadelphia sports-talk station WIP earlier this week, and there were at least two Redskins moments.”
“New Maryland football coach Randy Edsall makes an in-studio appearance on Washington Post Live with Ivan Carter, and talks about the goals of keeping local recruits in the area, and demonstrating a passion for Terrapins football.”
“Many cities have NPR programs that will only interview authors in-studio, so media tours are a great way to get on book shows that have a built-in reading audience.”
“Budget cutbacks have just forced them to adopt a “Daily Show” blue-screen format for their reporting segments … She obviously just got confused about which monitor to look at and started counting the in-studio audience by mistake.”
“• Ron Paul: Three town hall meetings across the state, but kicking off the day with an in-studio interview with Jan Mickelson on WHO Radio.”
“With an exclusive sneak preview of their new album and an in-studio live performance, this first podcast in our 2012 season examines hip hop as a creative learning tool of traditional subject matter... truly, a smart song.”
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