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. (Broadcast & Truth) 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. (Broadcast & Like) 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