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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-05-13 07:59 AM
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Scot t Brown's wife on Boston's local PBS station.
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As you may or may not know, Brown's wife is Gail Huff, who, for years, had a job with Boston 5, which, IMO, is Boston's best local news operation.

She was the one you'd see standing near a highway at 6 am, knee deep in snow, apparently so Bostonians would believe the weather report.

As you may imagine, this resulted in very favorable coverage of Brown's campaign. And, when Coakley conceded, we were "treated" to the disgraceful journaiistice spectacle of a Boston 5 reporter literally jumping up and down in Brown's headquarters as she reported this to the Boston viewing audience.

Anyhoo, Huff disappeared from Boston 5 and did not reappear there after Brown lost to Warren. However, the other evening, I tuned into WGBH, Boston's PBS affiliate, and, lo and behold, there sat Gail Huff interviewing someone. I tuned in mid-show, so I don't know if she was sitting in for someone, or if she now has her own show.

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