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Clinton / Impeachment / Senate Trial / Television Viewing Concerns #384496

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 08, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) Concern that most Americans are tuning out the President Clinton scandals and the Senate impeachment trial examined; details given of burnout after saturation of the story on cable. [Early last year, CLINTON - denies sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky.] [Center for Excellence in Journalism Tom ROSENSTIEL - says some thought airing scandal information was a good programming choice.] [CBS vice president of audience research David POLTRACK - says America has scandal burnout.] The public's view that Washington is an alternate reality noted.

Reporter(s):
Andrews, Wyatt;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:03:10

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