Taryn Asher & Angie Hendershot
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Diversity win! This gay necromancer is an Olympics news anchor!
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Day nine of Black History Month and I’m honoring Lester Holt. He is an American journalist and news anchor for the weekday edition of NBC Nightly News and Dateline NBC. On June 18, 2015, Holt was made the permanent anchor of NBC Nightly News following the demotion of Brian Williams. Holt followed in the career footsteps of Max Robinson an ABC News evening co-anchor and Holt became the first African-American to solo anchor a weekday network nightly newscast.
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My favorite Character is The Gorgeous, More Attractive Daisy Duck.
I am one of a Huge Daisy Duck fan in Present day, Normally I am not a fan of her in the 20th Century but Quack Pack is one of the only Daisy I like in the end of the 20th Centaury.
The reason I love her in this show because she is more mature than her usual self, taller, cool hair, smart, caring, entrepreneur, and has blue eyes like me.
Of Course she works for What in the World News.
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Sad news for Atlanta today. RIP Jovita Moore. Will truly be missed 😢💔
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"Our top stories for tonight...”
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https://www.instagram.com/fluence.co/: The “Sexist Experiment” in Australia
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The News Anchor of Homeworld's Mainstream
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It is my duty as owner of two news anchor ocs to redraw memes like this one
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Is the CNN news crew okay?? They might have like 20 collective hours of sleep between them since Tuesday. I'm just concerned for the only white men I trust 😂💚
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George Carlin Interview on Larry King Live (1990)
I'm a few days late now but my love for Larry King goes back a long ways. My grandfather was something of a sponge for information and was known to tune into AM radio with a newspaper in his hand, while looking up between pages at the two televisions playing various news networks on mute. Larry King Live was one of those programs that always seemed to stop him in his tracks and beckon his undivided attention.
I'm not old enough to appreciate the way Walter Cronkite delivered the news but I remember and long for individuals like Dan Rather, who came as close as one can to reporting the news via "the view from nowhere". And there's a similar element of objectivity that comes across in the way Larry King conducted interviews, in the open ended manner in which he asked guests questions in good faith. Are you optimistic, George?
"I'm optimistic when I meet individuals, when you talk to one person. People are great one at a time because in them you see all the beauty, all the potential for this species.
As soon as they get in groups, Larry, I get scared. Two people even, they change. They say, "I like Bob, but not when he's with Linda". Three people, five people, ten - they start having little hats, little armbands, slogans, and an agenda...stuff they want to do.
The bigger the group, the worse it is Larry. Give me individuals one at a time, and I'm an optimist. Put em in groups of four hundred, four thousand, or ten million - and I get scared."
- George Carlin
Rest in Peace Larry King and George Carlin
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Anderson Hays Cooper
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Dumb bitch's teeth so yellow because she using the toothpaste for her bangs and not her teeth. Had fun drawing this mythic bitch
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News anchor · Yibo
#have never seen this before
#what’s going on
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just a quick important public message from yours truly
Anderson Cooper is my favorite news anchor with George Stephanopoulos as a close second.
Thank you for coming to my TED talk
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A trailblazer in broadcasting and journalism, Max Robinson in 1978 became the first Black person to anchor the nightly network news.
But his road to the anchor’s chair wasn’t easy.
Robinson got his start in 1959 when he was hired to read the news at a station in Portsmouth, Virginia. His face was hidden behind a graphic that read, “NEWS.” One day he told the cameraman to remove the slide.
“I thought it would be good for all my folks and friends to see me rather than this dumb news sign up there,” Robinson once told an interviewer. He was fired the next day.
Robinson’s profile began to rise after he moved to Washington, where he worked as a TV reporter and later co-anchored the evening news at the city’s most popular station – the first Black anchor in a major US city.
He drew raves for his smooth delivery and rapport with the camera. ABC News noticed, moved him to Chicago and named him one of three co-anchors on “World News Tonight,” which also featured Frank Reynolds in Washington and Peter Jennings in London.
Later in his career, Robinson became increasingly outspoken about racism and the portrayal of African Americans in the media. He also sought to mentor young Black broadcasters and was one of the 44 founders of the National Association of Black Journalists.
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