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White House / Television Ratings #367428

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 19, 1996
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(White House: Rita Braver) The meeting at the White House between President Clinton and Motion Picture Association president Jack Valenti over the television industry's new rating system featured; scenes shown from the meeting. The new rating system reviewed. [CLINTON, VALENTI - comment on the new system.]

(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) Where programming will fit into the new system outlined. [Producer Howard GOULD, Hollywood Reporter Steven BATTAGLIO, parents Mike and Holly MATTHEWS - talk about producers rating their own shows.] [Media watchdog Michael JOSEPHSON - says it may encourage more sex and violence as it did in the music business.]

Braver, Rita;
Hughes, Sandra;
Roberts, John

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