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Television Violence #251005

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 02, 1977
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(Studio) House subcommittee hears testimony with regard to television violence.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) Federal Communications Commission chairperson Richard Wiley says recent reports indicate television violence not decring. and that government control not answer. [WILEY - says he believes continued self-regulation in television industry and interest by concerned citizens will bring about solutions.] [NBC-TV president Robert HOWARD - cites NBC's violence policy.] [CBS Broadcast Group president John SCHNEIDER - cites decrease in violence in prime time dramatic programs; says such efforts have seemingly gone unnoticed.] Much of discussion centers on what violence is and what is good level for it. REPORTER: Marya McLaughlin

Mudd, Roger

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