Tony Benn - Bill Cooper - Carl Hiaasen - Dan Rather - Mark Daniels - Spitting Image TV -
65,687. Broadcasting is really too important to be left to the broadcasters. Tony Benn
65,688. You see, what happens when you broadcast the truth is you piss everybody off. Bill Cooper
65,689. The first rule of hurricane coverage is that every broadcast must begin with palm trees bending in the wind. (Broadcast & Hurricane) Carl Hiaasen
65,690. If you liked this broadcast, we hope you’ll watch it again tomorrow night and maybe tell your neighbors about it. Dan Rather
32,950. What purpose did this flood of images serve? Is there anything we’ll remember? (Iraq & Broadcast) Mark Daniels, Enemy Image
32,951. The military had its own daily broadcasts. With its own anchor-men and pre-packaged clips of smart-bombs. The intention was to sell a new idea of war, surgical, clean, no blood, zero death, with technological heroes. Smart-bombs would report on the war. (Iraq & Broadcast) ibid.
102,953. Broadcasting standards … come on down! Spitting Image s5e2, ITV 1988, government’s broadcasting proposals