ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 10, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Peggy Charren, long-time director of Action for Children's Television, which is disbanding soon, profiled; details given of her efforts to improve the quality of children's television. [CHARREN - talks about her role, her family, children's programming and the commercialization of it.] [Representative Edward MARKEY - says she is the conscience of children's television in America.] Charren's background reviewed; photos shown. [New York University professor Edwin DIAMOND - talks about kids' television viewing.]
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