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TCM, 8 p.m. ET; 2/12/2013
The best movie ever made? The American Film Institute crowned this 1941 film as such – not a bad honor, for a guy making his directorial and starring big-screen debut. That would be Orson Welles, the young pioneer who took all the tricks he had learned in radio and combined them with brand new ones. The result: A fascinating, visually rich and resonant movie about the life and death of a media mogul.
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Hurricane Sandy approaching New York. twitter.com/efitz6/status/…— Eamonn Fitzmaurice (@efitz6) October 29, 2012
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About one-in-ten Americans, 12%, regularly get news from comedy programs such as The Daily Show, Saturday Night Live or The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Up from 9% in January, it is now on par with public radio and national newspapers.Pew Research study on where Americans get news about the presidential campaigns
Where (private investigator Phil) Becnel has found social media to be tremendously helpful is in researching witnesses or potential jurors before he interviews them.How Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have changed private investigation