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Video Shopping #277913

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 23, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Sears' use of model Cheryl Tiegs and videodisc concept for new store catalog said example of new trend in United States shopping; details given. [Sears spokesperson Ronald RAMSAYER - comments.] The Home Shopping Show discussed; scenes shown. [Kraft Foods spokesperson Dorothy HOLLAND - praises concept.] Cable channel for shopping described. [Comp-U-Card customer Janis LEGER - notes her purchases.] Comp-U-Card's development of new shopping system outlined. [Comp-U-Card spokesperson Walter FORBES - predicts changes for stores.] Bonwit Teller mentioned. [Bonwit Teller spokesperson Helen GALLAND - notes shopping syndrome.] [LEGER - comments on shopping.]
REPORTER: Jeff Greenfield

Greenfield, Jeff;
Rather, Dan

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