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NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 02, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Amazon’s plan to deliver packages by drone noted; scenes shown of a drone carrying a camera in the NBC News studio.

(Phoenix: Janet Shamlian) Concerns about safety & privacy with drones featured; Twitter reactions quoted; details given about the FAA’s ban on commercial drones and about how drones are currently being used. [On “60 Minutes,” Amazon CEO Jeff BEZOS†- comments on the challenges of using drones.] [Real estate agent Ed KAMINSKY†- explains how drones help buyers see a property.] [Pepperdine University Gregory McNEIL†- says we have to make sure the things that fly in our airspace are safe.] [ vice president Craig BERMAN†- says we’ll work with government agencies to make this a reality.]

Williams, Brian;
Shamlian, Janet

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