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American Agenda (Religion: God In Prime Time) #153702

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, May 11, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Media Research Center's claim on the absence of religious references on prime time television noted.

(Hollywood: Peggy Wehmeyer) Religion in prime time television examined; television excerpts shown. [Georgetown University professor Robert LICHTER, movie critic Michael MEDVED, Writers Guild of America Del REISMAN, ABC Entertainment president Ted HARBERT, "L.A. Law" actress Alexandra POWERS, Christian law STUDENT - offer differing opinions on the issue of religion in episodic TV.] The recent shift to adding religious issues or characters to the shows reviewed.

Jennings, Peter;
Wehmeyer, Peggy

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