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He was shocked to see what was becoming of a legitimate newsbeat, that it was becoming illegitimate through the deeds of these other publications.
The fact that celebrity journalism, whatever you think of it, whether you think it's silly or frivolous, is a real newsbeat.
So my question is: is it silly to put real person on a virtual newsbeat?
AVERY STONE, "TIME FOR KIDS": Well, I've been constantly watching and reading the news really to the conventions, so I can keep up and not miss a newsbeat when I go there.
It was an approach he had always handled well on the newsbeat.
Dom is doing the lunchtime newsbeat show and then taking Fin for a swimming lesson sign in to contribute to this page.
Speaking to newsbeat he said: "It was a big surprise.
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