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July 21st, 2013
01:29 PM ET

Is ‘breaking news’ broken?

David Flokenflik talks to WDRB general mananger Bill Lamb about his network’s decision to do away with the term “breaking news.”


Filed under: Breaking news • Reliable Sources
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