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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Billerica, Massachusetts: Fred Briggs) Controversial television news program called "Channel One "reported being shown to high school students; reaction to program at high school in Billerica, Massachusetts, featured, scenes shown. [Action for Children's television spokesperson Peggy CHARREN - says ads. should not be shown in education programming.] [Program producer Susan WINSTON - defends ads.] Benefits of program to schools listed. [School superintendent Robert CALABRESE - comments on situation.] Federal education aid decreases discussed. [In Knoxville, Tennessee, Whittle Communications spokesperson William RUKEYSER - defends program.]
- Briggs, Fred;
- Brokaw, Tom
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