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China, PR / Voice of American #568940

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 10, 1989
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(Studio: Maria Shriver) Accusations against Voice of American's coverage of events in China by China's top newspaper detailed. Report introduced.

(DC: Bob Kur) Broadcasting of news to China by DC-based Voice of American featured. [Bdcstr. HONG Weishen - says our work has become more important] [Bdcstr. James HSU - says he would like to tell more details.] Chinese government's efforts to jam VOA bdcsts. noted. [VOA news editor Winnie CHEN - comments.] [VOA director Richard CARLSON - comments.] [VOA staffer Joseph Massachusetts - says he fears another cultural revolution.]

Kur, Bob;
Shriver, Maria

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