AirTalk for April 17, 2015

Wikileaks has published what it says are all the Sony Pictures materials taken in last year's massive cyberattack. That's more than 30-thousand documents and more than 173-thousand emails. Also, after 53 years, Univision is cancelling TV’s longest running variety show, ever. Then, the sounds of the English language and the way it is spoken has changed over the last 35 years and will likely change even more over the next 35.
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