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Chicken Noodle News: A CNN Whodunit


Chicken Noodle News: A CNN Whodunit by Brand: Dailey Swan Publishing at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. [i]Chicken Noodle News[/i] is the story of how mavericks, misfits and dreamers faced huge odds (and sometimes each other) to build the world's first


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[i]Chicken Noodle News[/i] is the story of how mavericks, misfits and dreamers faced huge odds (and sometimes each other) to build the world's first all news network. CNN hired some professional people and some who pretended to be TV professionals. Then there were the I've only been fired twice already, inexperienced nut jobs looking for a job in television. The only thing that held this unlikely crew together was fear. There were no life boats on the Chicken Noodle News Network. This is not a chronological history of how CNN changed the news viewing habits of the world; John will leave that to Ted Turner and other visionaries.John was there through it all. This is his story.

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