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“In a way, losing the media relations job was somehow worse than losing her newscasting job in California years earlier.”
“The newscasting job she once delighted in is gone and so is the philandering husband she loved and thought she knew.”
“John King's Sunday programming, State of the Union, is a benchmark in unbiased newscasting of current events – I hope his replacement program of Lou Dobbs maintains the high standards he has established with State of the Union. walter keller”
“That is not true newscasting; Walter Cronkite would be very dissapointed in you people.”
“Apparently, my willingness to state pretty categorically that MSNBC's prime time eschews traditional objective newscasting in favor of editorializing -- and that this fact should be fairly obvious to anyone with a set of ears and two brain cells to rub together -- makes me akin to Joshua's trumpet, bringing down the walls of Jericho.”
“A fiery little hunchback with abnormally large head and long arms that waved in wild gestures as he talked, was addressing them from a platform near one of the public newscasting stations.”
“Another strategy Friedman draws from newscasting: Hit the headline first.”
“Everything was integrated in a seamless web: warfighting, newscasting, intelligence, political strategy, community organizing, health care, on and on.”
“Journalism and newscasting on the steady state economy is not out of the question, but it will take charismatic people, creatively crafted events, and maybe some dumb luck to attract the mainstream media.”
“If this is any indication of their biased newscasting .... by Janis Kay on Tuesday, Oct 7, 2008 at 5: 11: 21 PM”
Looking for tweets for newscasting.