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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 21, 2017
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Emojis & the Unicode Consortium report introduced.

(Boothbay Harbor, Maine: Harry Smith) The push in Maine to get the lobster added to the new list of certified emoji symbolss featured; various lobster scenes from the sea, the boat, the plate shown. [Maine lobsterman Nick PAGEĀ - talks lobsters.] [Senator Angus KINGĀ - promotes the lobster emoji.] The call for "crustaceans without representation" noted.

(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) The timetable for the Unicode Consortium to announce the next emojis noted.

Balart, Jose Diaz;
Smith, Harry

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