It is from this program. It is at 2 minute and 11 second. Here is the context:

At the one time, we're so horrified by what we are seeing — the whales are dying, the oceans vomiting plastic, beaming in from all over the world— and ...

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    The news reports are beaming in towards the viewer (TV vewer). They are arriving as if by radio waves or light beams, from different directions, and all converge upon you, the poor user of mass-media. – CowperKettle Oct 11 at 12:28
  • Speakers often speak elliptically. These images ("what we are seeing") are being broadcast from all over the world. – Tᴚoɯɐuo Oct 11 at 14:06
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    You sure do watch a lot of videos, and ask questions about what you see. That's fine, except I'm not seeing very much evidence of dictionary lookups and research on your part. At the very least, a question like this one should at least include what you found when you looked up beam in the dictionary, and I see you've already received one close vote because that prior research was left omitted. – J.R. Oct 11 at 16:30
  • I did research and was confused by the use of the preposition "in" and I had doubts about the correct meaning of the phrasal verb in the sentence, so to dissipate my doubts I asked the question. – Dmytro O'Hope Oct 11 at 17:03

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