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Yoto can also play fresh daily episodes, such as the children’s newscast the Daniels family listens to every morning.
The newscast stopped and a commercial called the attention of listeners to the virtues of an anti-allergy pill.
OPERATION TERRORWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
So it was that I caught an item in a newscast, probably unheard by most, or smiled aside, if heard.
Well, this was brought out in the newscast at the time of his arrest.
WARREN COMMISSION (8 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VIII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
"We interrupt the program for an important newscast of a sensational development in the Salgath affair," he said.
TIME CRIMEH. BEAM PIPER
But there isn't a word of truth in that statement you just heard on the Herald-Guardian newscast.
THE COSMIC COMPUTERHENRY BEAM PIPER
I thought of the "dead spot" I had first heard about on the newscast the night before, and how it was steadily growing.
CALL HIM SAVAGEJOHN POLLARD
"Plug in a newscast visiplate, Karnil," Zortan Brend told the petty officer.
LAST ENEMYHENRY BEAM PIPER
It lasted from six forty-five to seven; everybody sipped Manhattans and kept quiet and listened to the radio newscast.
MURDER IN THE GUNROOMHENRY BEAM PIPER
"It's already on every newscast, and the papers'll have it by noon—it's on the wires," Oswald said.

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