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Video Game Violence #629681

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 14, 1999
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(Los Angeles: Tom Brokaw) Plans for the Disney company to remove all violent video games from the Disneyland theme park reported.

(Los Angeles: George Lewis) Concerns about the links between video games and violence examined in the wake of the school shooting in Littleton, Colorado; details given of the backlash from video game companies; scenes shown from a video game convention in Los Angeles. [In speech, Interactive Digital Software Association Douglas LOWENSTEIN - says video games do not teach people to hate.] [Teenager Justin MOLINARI - says people who cannot see the difference between real and video violence have big problems.] [Industry SPOKESMAN - says violent games did not have a large part of the market share.] [American Computer Experience John WILCZAK - says some industry leaders push aside the games and violence issue.]

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Lewis, George
Duration:
00:02:30

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