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  • Johnnie
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    David Lee Miller, a reporter for Fox News Channel, came under fire while on the air live via a videophone from Gaza Thursday. Wearing a flak jacket with the word “PRESS” stenciled on it, Miller was describing a deserted town (a “ghost town,” he called it) when he remarked, “Whoa, we’re being fired at!” A moment later, he said that he and his cameraman had retreated behind their armored van– even as additional shots were being fired. Throughout, Miller appeared calm, even as studio anchors seemed panicky, urging him to get out of the area. The videophone continued to operate inside the van as Miller speculated that Israeli forces had been doing the shooting “to scare us,”

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    Kev667
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    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ar0jRu5fDZw [/youtube]

    Video of the incident, via youtube.

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    Sky.dub
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    Why isn’t Emma in Beirut?

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    Johnnie
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    sky.dub wrote:Why isn’t Emma in Beirut?

    Tim Marshall is in Beirut.

    Jon Snow is in Jerusalem for Channel 4 News.

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    Scottish
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    sky.dub wrote:Why isn’t Emma in Beirut?

    I imagine it may have something to do with the fact that her time as Middle East Correspondent is coming to an end. From what I seen, Sky’s coverage is as follows:

    • Emma Hurd in Jerusalem
    • Tim Marshall in Beirut
    • Jayne Secker in Haifa
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    Sky.dub
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    Coverage from Sky is good, Emma is a fantastic journalist. ITV News have Tim Euart and Julian Manyon there.

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    Johnnie
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    Emma opened the 2pm hour, using phrases like “The top stories, Welcome to Sky News” etc… Allan and Colin come later in the hour.

    Video: 3PM openers (2.9mb)

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    Johnnie
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    Jeremy Thompson now live from Haifa, he opens Sunday’s edition of Live at Five.

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    Johnnie
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    kev667 wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ar0jRu5fDZw

    Video of the incident, via youtube.

    Both Jayne Secker and Tim Mrashall have also had to ran for cover.

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    For the BBC Ben Brown is reporting from Lebanon and Paul Adams is reporting from Iraq. I can’t remember for sure. BBC World is sure having a lot of coverage about this. I think that CBC Newsworld is reporting on this as well.

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    Sky.dub
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    Jeremy is excellent as always

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