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October 01, 2013
... always took a moment to share a story that reminded us just how fortunate we are to do the work that we do here. It was often noted ...
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November 19, 2013
... giving the members a resource they don't have now to learn how to do their jobs better—or, at least, how to market themselves better. "The real key," Askin concluded, "is to ...
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January 17, 2013
... He credits executive producer Bob Myer with teaching him how to “have a room of opinionated, loud, angry comedy writers and listen to ... spent a season on that series, but he felt a need to change how he worked. Eager to get away from the world of four-camera comedies, he ...
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September 06, 2013
... can find out when Andrew’s heading to their city, vote on how future episodes will play out, and stay up to date on the latest content. ...
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January 14, 2011
... quake — urged her to help. Having read about how shipping containers could be made into clean, dry shelters, she began ...
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October 20, 2010
... broadcast starting in 1983, Brokaw also profoundly affected how the evening news was disseminated. When he first came onboard, the routine ... he says, “who were maybe working two jobs, and wondering how all this news affected them. “It’s tricky,” he adds. “There is ...
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October 20, 2010
... to know the owners of stations,” says Matson, explaining how he respectfully approached even those who said they didn’t want to sell. ... at night,” she says, noting that both also continue to donate substantial time to various charitable boards. Despite their ...
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January 06, 2010
... Allen on his many science-fiction series. He then related how he became affiliated with Columbia Pictures Television, and became executive vice president (and explained how he suggested that the name of the division be changed from “Screen ...
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September 03, 2009
... television on our cell phones, in the subway, we realize how powerful and far-reaching television can be,” she noted. “[Honoree] ... searing questions: In a universe ruled by a benevolent God, how can this happen? How can God abandon his chosen people? To try to find some ...
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September 02, 2009
... television on our cell phones, in the subway, we realize how powerful and far-reaching television can be,” she noted. “[Honoree] ... searing questions: In a universe ruled by a benevolent God, how can this happen? How can God abandon his chosen people? To try to find some ...