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“You won't find it on Time Warner or FIOS or Cablevision, but Al Jazeera's English language television service is laying claim to the viewing loyalty of vast numbers of news-hungry, media-obsessed westerners following the incredible story of courage and revolution in Egypt.”
“You won t find it on Time Warner or Cablevision, but Al Jazeera s English language television service is laying claim to the viewing loyalty of news-hungry, media-obsessed Westerners.”
“All it really took was being overheard by a news-hungry man who published a small newspaper in Santiago.”
“No wonder the news-hungry eyeballs twitched and went surfing online.”
“Several posts about the subject worked better on the Web because by they fed news-hungry readers from the niche tech crowd.”
“It's not going to happen and the neocons who helped undermine this country's security for the past eight years and the news-hungry media know it.”
“After all, horses drew the carriages that delivered millions of papers to news-hungry Americans until well into the twentieth century.”
“The market — the news-hungry audience — demands online video, podcasts and interactivity as well as the highest-quality writing.”
“They're news-hungry voters with a heightened sense of civic responsibility and a penchant for online discourse.”
“At the very least, CBS' network will get far more than its usual tally of news-hungry viewers Tuesday night, when Couric makes her debut as the first woman to anchor the evening news solo.”
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