Most of us have seen several forms of the television news studio with windows on a city street, complete with its background of people on the sidewalk staring into and occasionally misbehaving in front of the television cameras. It all probably started before many of us were born, with Dave Garroway and NBC's Today show, which debuted way back on January 14, 1952. (I have been around for a few years, but no, I did not light Garroway.) During one of my annual news lighting check-ups in July ...

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