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Gwen Ifill - A First Woman in Television News

A special woman died in November of last year and her life is a model for all women. Gwen Ifill, co-anchor of New Hour on PBS, separated her professional life from her personal life, not even informing others of her illness as she was dying. 452 more words

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Judy Woodruff, Budd McEntee, John Smith Sr., Eugene Patterson inducted into Atlanta Press Club Hall of Fame

This is posted on Monday, December 5, 2016 by Rodney Ho on AJC’s Radio & TV Talk blog

Last week, esteemed PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff… 1,112 more words

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A PBS NewsHour Fangirl Says Goodbye to Gwen Ifill

The degree to which we are PBS NewsHour fans is amusing. Also, kind of weird.

It’s not just that we’ve been watching NewsHour almost every night over dinner for the past decade, pressing the pause button every so often to discuss important points. 561 more words

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Ifill, Sawyer absent from network election coverage

NEW YORK (AP) — Two broadcast journalists expected to have roles in their networks’ election coverage — Gwen Ifill and Diane Sawyer — were instead missing from their PBS and ABC teams. 282 more words


Factory humans?

Note to Readers: Much of the work we have done here at this blog over the last six months has uncovered twins. We have found them in movies and music even a set of twins playing the part of Mark David Chapman, John Lennon’s fake murderer.

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Jill Stein Outrageously Censored by PBS

It is common knowledge by now, that the corporatized mainstream media (MSM) shamelessly and brazenly fails the American people in its brazenly biased coverage of events and interviews which powerful corporate and political elites do not want the American people to be informed about. 842 more words

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