1. Airline fees - Going for the Jugular?


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    As fuel prices decline and the airlines keep there fees in place are they going for the consumers jugular as some would like you to believe.

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    • Caroline Goulding | Caroline Goulding EPK


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      At age sixteen, violinist Caroline Goulding combines fearless technique and innate artistry with an unadulterated joy for music-making that is unmatched by most violinists of any age. In her young career, she has already graced the stage with prestigious orchestras such as The Cleveland Orchestra and the Detroit Symphony. She has won the coveted first prize of the Aspen Music Festival’s Concerto Competition (at age thirteen) and has appeared on NBC’s Today Show, the MARTHA show hosted by Martha Stewart and been featured on National Public Radio’s From The Top as well as From the Top: Live at Carnegie on PBS Television.

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      • Charlie and sons cook on Today show


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        Charlie, along with sons Eric and Reed prepare roast chicken and bruschetta for NBC's Today show.

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        • Gadget Guru Vintage TV - NBC Today Show - New Cameras in 1991


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          Originally aired live on May 16,1991, this Gadget Guru Today Show segment featured the latest in cameras and answers the question: What causes red eye?. It's difficult to believe there were no digital cameras on retailer's shelves and the film in the cameras required professional processing. The cameras featured in this Vintage Gadget Guru segment are: An Olympus model that sends a strobe-like burst prior to the main flash that promises to decrease the dreaded red eye. As you'll see, due to the studio lighting, the camera's flash feature didn't work on Live TV! Kodak Star 935 which moves the away from the lens to reduce red eye Fuji Discovery 3000 with auto prewinding which eliminates the ability of accidentally opening the camera's back and exposing the film. Yes, it's idiot proof! It also features a dual flash system. Another camera that didn't want to cooperate on live TV is the Canon Photura that looks more like a camcorder than a film camera with a hinged lens cap that incorporates the flash mechanism. It also includes a remote control. Next up is the Minolta Freedom Zoom 105i that incorporates an infrared sensor that automatically frames the subject. It was quite innovative for its time! This binocular-shaped camera includes a 35 - 105 zoom lens and of course a dual flash system for its solution for red eye reduction. The Fuji Discovery Mini Dual Date (who came up with these names?) had a featured that I really liked! If you remember, back in those days, loading 35mm film was a hit and miss proposition. You had to insert the cartridge and lay the film inside the back and make sure the holes were properly aligned with the sprockets. If you did it incorrectly, you might think you're shooting an entire roll of film only to learn later that the film was just laying there. To load the film on this model, you simply inserted the roll into the bottom and it would automatically advance it to the first frame. Very cool camera for its day! Konica's Kanpai was a fun, set it and forget it, camera for parties, You simply placed it in the corner and it's built-in microphone would listen for bursts of sound (such as people laughing), and automatically pan up to 100-degrees to the area and snap the picture. Again, very cool for its day. And we can't forget Single Use Cameras as those were a popular solution in the 90's. They were available in a wide variety of configurations. And yes, they filled a lot of landfills and carried its share of environmental concerns. As you'll see, one of the fun parts of live TV is that not everything worked during the demonstration! Hey, that's what Live TV is all about!

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          • In the Spotlight: Louis Licari, the King Of Color


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            Discover Louis' work over the years in major fashion and beauty publications in this exciting video, and find out who's among the King of Color's star-studded clientele!

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            • Lorelei Kraft on NBC Today Show Discusses Her Mommy Guilt Book


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              "Letting Go of Mommy Guilt" author Lorelei Kraft provides a humorous look at seven keys to sensible parenting. Visit http://www.milliondollarmamas.com

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              • NBC Studio1A Reveal


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                Indoor Solutions - "TODAY" show Studio 1A As part of a total overhaul to NBC's Studio 1A, D3 was an integral member of a select team responsible for transforming the iconic broadcast studio at Rockefeller Center in just 30 days. D3 was tasked with delivering custom indoor LED display solutions that integrate and enhance Studio 1A broadcast systems, stand up to high definition cameras, present seamless content to viewers watching at home, and create defined areas within Studio 1A. Our solutions provided to NBCUniversal include a 1.9mm LED display for the “living room” interview area that is retractable, a curved 2.5mm LED display located above the anchor desk, a 2.5mm LED column display behind the anchor desk and—one of the coolest features—a modular 1.9mm LED window display that can separate into six different panels and rotate 180 degrees to face Rockefeller Plaza.

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                • Steamed Mussels


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                  www.icelandicchef.com - PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH YOUR FRIENDS - Fun project with Profilm & Chef Volundur Volundarson. Everything is done in HD (High-definition) Find out more about Profilm Quality Production Services at - www.profilm.is - All my recipes you will find on - www.icelandicchef.com -

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