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when you're hot, you're hot

So for those not in Boston, it was 97 degrees here today, and according to
David Brudnoy, the air conditioning at WBZ was broken all day!  This set me
to wondering how the TV side would be able to do their casts, since I
assume the lights on the TV set would be incredibly hot.  But on the radio
side, would they have had to use fans-- and if so, how could they keep the
noise from going out over the air?  Ah, how we take modern technology for