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Agnew / Television News Bias / Daley / White / Congress / Klein / Burch #3012

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 14, 1969
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(Studio) AP's random survey with regard to Vice President Spiro Agnew's speech on television news bias, finds 3-1 in favor of speech. Report on reaction
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Much talk of television news coverage since 1968 Demo Convention Chicago Mayor Richard Daley speaks on Vice President's speech.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Chicago, Illinois) [Mayor DALEY - labels speech 1 of greatest ever presented. Need to break down New York City monopoly.]
REPORTER: Howard Tuckner

(DC) [Journalist Theodore WHITE - says no sinister group trying to distort or conceal truth from Americans Lists anchormen and states they're from.

Donaldson, Sam;
Smith, Howard K.;
Tuckner, Howard

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