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[Homework]【整理】2011-04-01&04-03 CBS"甜心主播"要离开?

I understand that you have taken another job.
I have no idea actually.
I didn't realize that your contract is went soon.
Yeah, it's up at the beginning of June, June 4th. I bet.
No, so that...
Can you believe it's 5 years?
No, I can't believe it. And so that means theoretically you could actually leave the networking, can you leave the network?
Theoretically, yes, it means I could leave CBS.
Contractually, you could be free in clearance of CBS.
Yes.
Oh, ... you don't want that happen, do you?
Well, no, I mean I'm figuring out what I wanna do, and I just sort of into process, you know, figuring out the picture.
Let me tell you something. Once you take the anchor chair, that's what you do.
Really?
Yeah.It's not like...
Is that CBS law?
No, but it's like a temporary ...
No, 5 years isn't too temporary that.
What contact, time broke off, time leave,
like Peter Jenny, look at all these people, they sat up in their rise into sunset, into the sunset.
I love doing the Evening news.
Well, you can't leave because it takes a while. There is a pretty of adjustment to get accustomed to the trust, and you build up the faith and character, the person presenting the news, and you just can't hold up for the viewers.
OK.






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I understand that you are thinking of taking another job,
I have no idea actually,
I didn’t realize that your contract will went soon.
Yeah, it’s up in ..on the beginning of June,June 4th.,yeah, can you believe it’s been 5 years?
No, I can’t believe it, that theoretically means you can actually leave the network, no, you can’t leave, can you?
No , yes, theoretically I can leave the network,
Actually you could free in CBS
Yes, No, you don’t that happen to you ?
No , I need to figure out what I want to do , and I am just sort of in the process, you know , figuring out the future.
Yeah, let me tell you some, once you take the “ankle” chair, that’s what you do, really? Yeah, I it’s not like….. Is that a CBS law?
No, it’s not like the tanp gage, you know?
No, five years is too temporary, look at ~~~~~~~~~~, look at all those people, you think you can get in, they set up on a ride in to the sunset, into the sunset!
I loved the evening to you,
You can’t believe because you take a while to adjustment, to get accustomed to the trust, to build up faith and character the person who sending the news, and you can’t just pull the rough out of under the viewers.
OK!
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[Homework]【整理】2011-04-01&04-03 CBS"甜心主播"要离开?

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I understand you are thinking of taking another job. I have no idea actually. I did realize that you contract is when soon. Yeah it is up... the beginning of June 4th I think.... Yeah I mean can you believe it's been five years....No, I can't believe so that means theoretically you could actually leave, the work you can't leave...can you ? I mean theoriatically yes I mean I could leave..contractully you could be free in clear CBS, yes, for heaven's sake so you won't let that happen will you? I need figure out what I want to and I am just sort of in the process you know figuring out the future. Yeah, let me tell you something, once you take your ankle chair that's what you do. Is that CBS loft? No, but it's like a temp gigge you know. No, five year isn't too temperary though. What about Roter Crankai? Look at Brain Rain, look at Peter Jane look at all these people. They gigge, they set ride into the sunside, into the sunside. I love doing in the evening news. it takes a while pretty adjustment to get a custome to the trust and mail up face in the character personal presenting the news and you can't just pull the raft for under the viewers.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-04-01&04-03 CBS"甜心主播"要离开?

Now I understand that you are thinking over taking another job.
I have no idea actually.
I didin't relize you contract is...when soon..
Yes,it is up in the beginning of June ,June 4th,I think
No.Can you believe it's been 5 years?
I can't believe it .And so that means theoretically you could, actually you could leave the network. You can't leave the network, can you?
I mean theoretically ,yes,I could leave network.
Contractually, you could be free and clear of CBS.


Yes.




Oh, for heaven's sake, you don't want that to happen, do you?


Well,no,Well, no, I mean, I am figuring out what I want to do, and I am just sort of in the process of , you know, figuring out the future.

Yeah, but let me tell you some. Once you take the anchor chair, that's what you do.




Really?

Yeah. It's not like…

Is that the CBS law?

No , but it's not like it’s a tempt gig, you know.


No. Five years isn't too temporary , though.

Look at Walter Cronkite, look at Tom Brokaw, look at Brain Williams, look at Peter Jennings. Look at all these people. They get in it, they saddle up and they ride into the sunset. Into the sunset!

I love doing the evening news. And I'm really proud of...

Well, you can't leave, because it takes a while, there's a period of adjustment to get accustomed to the trust and build up faith in the character of the person presenting the news.  And then you can't just pull the rug up from under the viewers.



OK, ok, Dave.













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[Homework]【整理】2011-04-01&04-03 CBS"甜心主播"要离开?

Now I understand that you are thinking of taking another job.

- I have no idea actually.

- I did realize your contract is… When? Soon.


- Yes, it's up. On the beginning of June, June 4th, I think.

- No. So that means…

- Yeah, can you believe it's been five years?

- No, I can't believe it. So that means that theoretically you could, actually you could leave the network. You can't leave the network, can you?

- I mean, theoretically, yes, it means that I could leave the network.

- Contractually, you could be free and clear of CBS.




- Yes.




- Oh, for heaven's sake, you don't want that to happen, do you?

- Well, no, I mean, I am figuring out what I want to do, and I am just sort of in the process of , you know, figuring out the future.

- Yeah, but let me tell you something. Once you take the anchor chair, that's what you do.




- Really?

- Yeah. It's not like…

- Is that the CBS law?

- No , but it's not like it’s a temp gig, you know.

- No. Five years isn't too temporary , though.

- Look at Walter Cronkite, look at Tom Brokaw, look at Brain Williams, look at Peter Jennings. Look at all these people. They get in it, they saddle up and they ride into the sunset. Into the sunset!

- I love doing the evening news. And I'm really proud of...

- Well, you can't leave, because it takes a while, there's a period of adjustment to get accustomed to the trust and build up faith in the character of the person presenting the news.  And then you can't just pull the rug up from under the viewers.

-OK, ok, Dave.



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