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CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 19, 2014
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(Studio: John Berman) The reaction from President Obama to the decision by Sony Pictures to pull the film "The Interview" after the company's systems were hacked by North Koreans introduced.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Fareed Zakaria, who held the interview with the Sony Pictures CEO, CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter & filmmaker James Jones about Sony, the film & the cyber attack. [ZAKARIA - says it was the worst cyber attack in US history & Sony had no support from the industry; suggests the movie will be seen fairly soon; guesses why CEO Lynton decided to talk today: because the narrative was Sony caved.] [STELTER - says Sony owns ways to get this movie out; notes the hackers' new threatening e-mails to Sony.] [JONES - notes President Obama's despair about the matter; suggests Kim Jong Un sees this as a propaganda win; comments on secret filming of North Korean hackers from Bureau 121.]

Berman, John

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