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<b>TV morning news</b>: What with our usual rush out the door in an explosion of coffee and wrinkled clothing, we haven’t caught much TV in the a.m. lately. But when did the “news” go from being “perky” to “aggressively chatty”? Not that we need to return to the genial ’80s calm of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002255" title="David Hartman" href="/topic/entertainment/david-hartman-PECLB002255.topic">David Hartman</a>, but information may not be best served via a hopped-up cocktail party.
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TV morning news: What with our usual rush out the door in an explosion of coffee and wrinkled clothing, we haven’t caught much TV in the a.m. lately. But when did the “news” go from being “perky” to “aggressively chatty”? Not that we need to return to the genial ’80s calm of David Hartman, but information may not be best served via a hopped-up cocktail party.

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