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January 12, 2001 | DAVID FOLKENFLIK, BALTIMORE SUN
She can't help herself--she's watching out of the corner of her eye. Vicki Mabrey is sitting in a dark, windowless meeting room on the eighth floor of an office building on Manhattan's West Side. Colleagues sit nearby in padded chairs salvaged from an old movie theater. A story on the political activism of U2 rocker Bono that Mabrey has submitted for CBS' "60 Minutes II" is airing on a wide-screen television.
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January 12, 2001 | DAVID FOLKENFLIK, BALTIMORE SUN
She can't help herself--she's watching out of the corner of her eye. Vicki Mabrey is sitting in a dark, windowless meeting room on the eighth floor of an office building on Manhattan's West Side. Colleagues sit nearby in padded chairs salvaged from an old movie theater. A story on the political activism of U2 rocker Bono that Mabrey has submitted for CBS' "60 Minutes II" is airing on a wide-screen television.
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July 11, 1999 | From Associated Press
Minority journalists should take a global view in their news coverage, panelists at the Unity '99 convention said Saturday. "We must, in a multicultural society, learn to think multiculturally, not just in the boxes that we've become accustomed to. The global village must begin to think globally and not just nationally, which we're not accustomed to," said the Rev. Jesse Jackson, one of the speakers at "America's Brave New World: Heaven or Hell."
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January 5, 1999 | SHAUNA SNOW
TELEVISION Following in Andy Rooney's Footsteps: Jimmy Tingle, a social and political humorist who has worked for cable's MSNBC and has appeared on NBC's "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" and CBS' "Late Late Show With Tom Snyder," has been named a commentator for CBS' "60 Minutes II," joining the previously announced Dan Rather, Bob Simon, Vicki Mabrey and Charlie Rose. "Jimmy's brand of commentary is just what we've been looking for," said the show's executive producer, Jeff Fager.
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December 4, 1998 | SHAUNA SNOW
ARCHITECTURE Gold Medal Status: Frank O. Gehry has been awarded the American Institute of Architects' highest honor, the 1999 Gold Medal. It's the latest in a string of awards for Gehry since the 1997 opening of his Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Spain, a building that has been hailed as one of the great architectural works of the century.
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December 23, 1998 | ROBERT STRAUSS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
As if the "tick, tick, ticking" sound from its famous logo were loud and threatening, the pace of work around the offices of "60 Minutes II" is hectic and daunting. The show's premiere on Jan. 13 is still weeks away, but there is a lot of scurrying and bustling, with mountains of videotapes here and piles of files there. But the problem is not the bustle. That is to be expected at the launch of any network program.
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February 5, 2007 | SCOTT COLLINS
THAT "Grey's Anatomy" has grown entangled in the Isaiah Washington gay-baiting scandal has to be among the strangest developments of the current TV season. The many fans of ABC's cheeky, top-rated hospital soap might even dub it McIronic.
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January 3, 1999
Susanne Daniels Entertainment president, WB Television Network, 33 What she's done: In December, Daniels took over the entertainment programming reins at the 5-year-old network, replacing Garth Ancier, who is expected to take the same post at NBC once his WB contract expires in June. Thanks to such teen-oriented hit shows as "Dawson's Creek" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," the WB demonstrated audience growth while the other broadcast networks saw their numbers continue to decline.
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