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Houston Death / Funeral #1015076

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 17, 2012
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(Studio: John King) The funeral plans for singer Whitney Houston previewed; photos shown of Whitney in the days before her death.

(Newark: Jason Carroll) The day's private viewing of Whitney's body for family and close friends and what we can expect to see at the funeral tomorrow reviewed and previewed; details given about who was in attendance today and who will be at the funeral.

(Studio: John King) Report introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Wednesday February 15 interview held with Rev. Marvin Winans about Whitney; inset photos shown. [WINANS - talks about the families coping, what he will say with the funeral homily, salvation as a choice, the importance of praising people, the insensitivity of the media in times like this, the family's approach to the Houston funeral.]

(Studio: John King) CNN funeral coverage announced.

King, John;
Carroll, Jason;
Cooper, Anderson

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