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  LP: Christine Chubbuck- TV News reporter who shot herself on air, 1974
Chubbuck's mother chose not to tell station management of her daughter's suicidal tendencies because she feared that she would be fired as a result.
Chubbuck had had her right ovary removed in an operation the year before, and had been told that if she wasn't pregnant within a year, it was unlikely she would ever be able to conceive.
Chubbuck's lack of a romantic partner was considered a tangent of her desperate need to have close friends, though co-workers said that she tended to be brusque and defensive whenever they made friendly gestures towards her.
www.libertypost.org /cgi-bin/readart.cgi?ArtNum=172490   (2946 words)

  
 The Southern Conservative: Reality On Television
Earlier that morning, Christine had taken her crew by surprise by announcing that she was going to begin her program with a news recap.
Christine had a reputation for not responding well when technical problems caused her to come off badly on the air.
Christine Chubbuck's life was no different than most; quirky in some ways, nondescript in others.
darwen.us /southcon/2006/09/reality-on-television.html   (1763 words)

  
 chubbuck - Ask.com Web Search
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 Christine Chubbuck   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
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 Christine Chubbuck | MetaFilter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
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Chubbuck's story is definately sad, in many ways.
This paper may be found by searching academic research sites for "Chubbuck AND suicide" or perusing a copy here: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8.
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 The Southern Conservative: An Interesting Phone Call
I love Christine Chubbuck and have been trying to find more info on her,I even took a trip to Sarasoto and was able to see the studio!Wow!!Thats were it happened!
Yes, in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, a woman reporter was having breakfast at home; and saw Christine's long dark hair fly upward after she shot herself from behind her right ear, and saw Christine's head fall forward violently, hitting the desk.
Then Christine's torso slowly slid down the desk, and she fell on her right side on the carpeted floor next to her chair.
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 VideoVir.us » Demise
Christine Chubbuck (also named “Chris Hubbock” by some sources) (August 24, 1944 July 15, 1974) was a Hudson, Ohio native and an American television news reporter who committed suicide during a live television broadcast.
The “script” Chubbuck had written was actually the story of her own suicide attempt, detailing how she’d be taken to the hospital and declared to be in critical condition.
In the interview he told her that one of the most efficient ways was to use a.38 caliber revolver and with hollow point bullets, which would disintegrate on impact, and to shoot oneself in the back of the head (which Chubbuck did) rather than in the temple.
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 Cynical-C Blog: Christine Chubbuck   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Christine Chubbuck (also named "Chris Hubbock" by some sources) (August 24, 1944 — July 15, 1974) was a Hudson, Ohio native and an American television news reporter who committed suicide during a live television broadcast.
On July 15, 1974 at 9:38 AM, 8 minutes into her talk show, Suncoast Digest, on WXLT-TV in Sarasota, Florida, she drew out a.38 caliber revolver and shot herself in the head.
Chris and i were co-workers at WXLT during those days and besides her delightful sense of humor, i remember that she was always in the newsroom when i got there and she was always there when i left.
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 Gatorsports.com :: 100 years of Gator Football
The early days of the station's news coverage was known for it's "blood and guts" style, focusing mainly on crime stories.
[2] The station became notorious in 1974 when news anchor and talk-show host Christine Chubbuck committed suicide by shooting herself in the head on the air, making reference to the station's "blood and guts" policies in her final monologue.
Christine Chubbuck (1971-1974) (Anchor, shot self live on air)
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 Newsgasm - Boulevard of Broken Dreams: E! salutes the True Hollywood casualties
Leif Garrett, the former teen idol who was plagued by drugs and hair loss;
TV news anchor Christine Chubbuck, who shot herself in the head on live TV;
Judging Amy actress Tara Correa-McMullen, who was shot and killed in a drive-by, gang-related shooting;
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 Christine Chubbuck   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The movie Network (1976) is partially based on her.
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 Boulevard of Broken Dreams to Premiere on E! - 12/11/2006 5:03:00 PM - Broadcasting & Cable
Having run 425 episodes of hour-long True Hollywood Story, which is still in new episodes, E! is getting in Boulevard a way to profile different sorts of Hollywood types.
Among the series' subjects are Sean Penn's younger brother Chris, who died at 40 after fighting drug and alcohol addiction; former TV news anchor Christine Chubbuck, who shot herself in the head on live TV; and former Judging Amy actress Tara Correa-McMullen, who was shot and killed in a drive-by, gang-related shooting.
Each episode of Boulevard will contain two stories.
www.broadcastingcable.com /article/CA6398921.html?title=Article&spacedesc=news   (536 words)

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