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WGBH files suit over repairs for video wall

jOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE /file 2007The ever-changing LED display on the side of the new WGBH studios made a splash when it debuted last year. jOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE /file 2007The ever-changing LED display on the side of the new WGBH studios made a splash when it debuted last year. (jOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE /file 2007)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / November 13, 2008

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First of its kind in the region, the state-of-the-art display covering the western wall of the new WGBH headquarters debuted amid fanfare last year, when it began beaming an ever-changing array of images - Dick Cheney, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Curious George, close-ups of cactuses - to the half-a-million Boston-bound motorists who pass by it each week on ... (Full article: 967 words)

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