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WGBH's wordless wall challenges programmers as well as Pike drivers

Christopher Pullman (Globe Photo / Josh Reynolds) Christopher Pullman, a WGBH vice president, is curator of the station's digital mural.
By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / December 11, 2007

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Maybe it stands to reason that a 30-foot-tall photo of Dick Cheney, towering over the Massachusetts Turnpike here, would raise some hackles among the Boston commuting crowd. That's what happened one day in October, not long after WGBH's digital mural went live. (Full article: 1007 words)

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