Two newsroom veterans ask the question "Did they really say that?" responding to the week's oddest sound cuts from politics, entertainment, sports and the world. Nancy Shack - A newsroom editor, writer and anchor for WBZ NewsRadio in Boston. She is a former talk show host and talk radio producer in New England with two National Radio Hall of Fame Shows to her credit. Ben Parker - A radio news anchor for WBZ NewsRadio in Boston, Ben has been honored with Associated Press awards for news coverage and was part of the team that received a Peabody Award for coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings. He was also awarded a legislative citation and a "Hometown Hero" award from the City of Fitchburg for broadcasting efforts in the days and weeks following the '2008 Ice Storm' that crippled much of Central Massachusetts. Joe Shortsleeve - An award-winning investigative reporter and anchor for over two decades at WBZ-TV in Boston. Joe is currently with The Liberty Square Group.
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