Dear respected, teachers! B) [F]

Could you, please, watch the video, and see if i got every word, correctly, which is something I highly doubt

And I'd like the to know the meaning of the words in red because i couldn't find it in any dictioanry.


Thanks a zillion in advance, Emotion: star



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Newspapers are getting the life sucked out of them..

There, I said it. Rupert Murdock turned the thick ail of the wall street journal into light beer.

Sam Zell is basterdizing tribune companies dailies with a news to advertising ratios of one to one.

Even the news …… over the McClatchy company are getting expenses and everyone get laid off.

**I’m not gonna do what you all think I’m gonna do which is just ……. ??

All these massive overhauls are attempts to save the newspaper’s business, but is it worth saving?

Forget the memories of dad nose in the sport section of breakfast or the crazy heavy newspaper recycling bin, add Dollars are disappearing.

Last years newspapers print ad revenue experience one year drop in more than 50 years.

Craig less kills the classifieds and even online ads are slowing for these guys.

Print paper circulation will drop to the lowest level since 1946 and news print could increase 20% per ton in the second half of this year, meanwhile journalists fighting for their lives and papers are becoming more user friendly that means we get charts and graphs and pretty colors.

*we got graphics on the wall but, it’s too much*
Some people think fish rap can survive by going local which would put papers back where they started. Now that worked for radio and clear channel until technology came and killed terrestrial radio which exactly what’s happening with newspapers right now. So is the tree killing dollar hammerging newspaper business worth saving? Business survey says no and as far as nostalgia goes these new improved dailies aren’t gonna look anything like your daddy’s paper, I mean who wants the new your times if it reads like usa today? that’s where things are heading, and maybe it’ll improve financials in the short term but pretty soon all those pretty die hard newspaper obsessives will get fed up and circulation will go right back down. Blood pressureI’m afraid I’m gonna have to call this one, boys. She’s dead. But don’t worry this doesn’t mean the end of journalism; you just have to go with the internet flow I mean people used to rely on pamphlets for their news. Nowadays the pamphlets industry isn’t exactly thriving but we still have good reporting in the world.

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Thanks a zillion in advance, Emotion: star
There, I said it. Rupert Murdock turned the thick ale ail of the Wall Street Journal into light beer.
Even the news …hounds… over the McClatchy company are cutting getting expenses and everyone's getting laid off.

**I’m not gonna do what you all think I’m gonna do which is just …[unintelligible]…. ??
Forget the memories of dad's nose in the sports section at of breakfast or the crazy heavy newspaper recycling bin, ad add Dollars are disappearing.
Last years newspapers print ad revenues experienced the worst one year drop in more than 50 years.
Craig's list less killed the classifieds and even online ads are slowing for these guys.
Print paper circulation will drop to the lowest level since 1946 and news print costs could increase 20% per ton in the second half of this year, meanwhile journalists are fighting for their lives and papers are becoming more user friendly that means we get charts and graphs and pretty colors.
*we got graffiti graphics on the wall but, it’s too much*
until technology came and killed terrestrial radio which is exactly what’s happening with newspapers right now.
So is the tree killing dollar hemorrhaging hammerging
I mean who wants the New York Times if it reads like USA Today?
pretty soon all those pretty die hard newspaper
the pamphlet s industry isn’t exactly thriving
Many thanks, Mr. Ray.

Can I ask another questions?

What are Dollars ads?

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Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
AnonymousWhat are Dollars ads?
Do you mean "ad dollars"?
It's the money (dollars) a company spends to advertise their product or service.
Got it, thanks again, Mr. Ray!Emotion: star[Y]

It's ad Dollars, then. Emotion: tongue tied