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Originally posted by DaRAGE
Who cares if she was in adult entertainment and a party girl? So anyone who goes out to a party and drinks is a big-boozed party person? HAHAH. I wonder how this Expose' would be if say a Supermodel such as Adriana Lima suddenly wanted a go as a journalist, would we have the same thing? "adult entertainment and big-boozed party girl". Such sensationalism.
Seriously. She was probably trying to have a good time and/or also find ways to pay for a possible degree in journalism?
Can people not change their jobs?
This "Exposing" is just quite harsh journalism about someones past appealing to the prudes in society.
Get a life.edit on 2-5-2013 by DaRAGE because: (no reason given)
As part of the United States expansive new sanctions against Iran, North American cable networks have pulled the plug on the country's state-run, English-language news network Press TV.
Calling the move a "flagrant violation of freedom of speech," Press TV announced Saturday that they had been dropped from the Galaxy 19 satellite platform which had previously broadcast the channel in the United States and Canada.
New sanctions announced by the US Treasury Department this week blacklisted Iran's state-run television network, the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), as well as its director, Ezatollah Zarghami.
–The Franco-Israeli head of Eutelsat, Michel de Rosen, has begun a new wave of attacks against Iranian TV channels.
In a letter to Asian and European satellite companies, de Rosen has threatened the companies to drop Iranian entertainment and news channels.
In the letter obtained by Press TV, the Franco-Israeli Eutelsat chief has warned satellite companies to remove Iranian channels or prepare to face the consequences of defying his order.
(Source ..from 2007)
In fits and starts, Iran this month entered the business of providing 24-hour English-language satellite television news programming, competing in a field that includes BBC World, CNN International, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, Al Jazeera International and France 24.
The government aims to use Press TV to counter what it sees as a steady stream of Western propaganda against Iran as well as offer an alternative view of world news.