As per this statement, Does the usage of apostrophe looks correct?

Thanks to "abc news" for this broadcast of memorable gathering of late CEO with his employees.

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    Where is the apostrophe? – Manish Giri Jul 30 '14 at 4:10
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    If you mean to ask if the double-quotes are ok, they are not. Also, “of memorable gathering” and “of late CEO” are grammatically wrong (missing articles). Also, “As per this statement” means “According to this statement”, which is semantically inappropriate. (In some circumstances, “as per” may act like “with regard to”, but not here.) Also, you may find English Language Learners useful. – James Waldby - jwpat7 Jul 30 '14 at 4:35
  • This reads like a stereotypical translation by a Japanese speaker. I guess Japanese doesn't have an equivalent of the. – Barmar Aug 2 '14 at 7:14

A more correct way to write this would be:

Thanks to ABC News for this broadcast of a memorable gathering of the late CEO with his employees.

ABC News is a proper name, so it is capitalized, not quoted. And there should be articles before memorable gathering and late CEO.

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