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Television review

Viewers don't seem to tune out overkill

By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / August 28, 2008

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When it comes to watching political conventions on TV, the most telling artifact is the crowd shot. The coverage of this year's Democratic National Convention is full of delegates dancing, wiping away tears, decked either in their party best or in crazy ensembles of red, white, and blue. And then there's the headgear: sequined visors, sparkling cowboy hats, hats shaped ... (Full article: 639 words)

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