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Stereo Television #297706

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 23, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Los Angeles, California) Incr. popularity of stereo sound on television examined; several videos of famous performers shown. [Zenith vice president John McALLISTER - equates stereo TV's popularity with color TV.] Scenes from "The Tonight Show" shown courtesy "Tonight"; FCC's recent approval of stereo bdcsts. recalled. [RCA vice president Joseph DONAHUE - anticipates ease in selling stereo TVs.] [Pacific Stereo dealer Tom La ROCCA - explains difficulty in selling product] "The Jazz Singer" recalled; Warner Brothers said among nation's first television stations to broadcast in stereo. Implications of system for ethnic audiences and bilingual bdcsts. explained. KTLA television station here mentioned broadcasting all programs in stereo soon; details given.
REPORTER: Andrea Naverson

Naverson, Andrea;
Schieffer, Bob

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