ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 26, 1996
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(Studio: John Donvan) Report introduced.
(In his studio: Jeff Greenfield) The inability of television news to explain how and when the news is not very important examined; various newspaper headlines shown to indicate levels of importance in the lead stories. The reporter's "hypothetical news" shown to indicate a way to show that a story is not too significant!
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