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Entertainment Industry / Congressional Hearing #636291

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 13, 2000
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Lisa Myers) The hearing on Capitol Hill concerning the FTC report showing that the entertainment industry has marketed violent games and movies to children and teenagers reported. [Senator John McCAIN - says the entertainment industry cannot defend its marketing practices.] [Motion Picture Association of America Jack VALENTI - defends the industry.] [Vice presidential candidate Senator Joe LIEBERMAN - comments.] [Former National Endowment for the Humanities chair Lynne CHENEY - criticizes rapper Eminem's lyrics.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Claire Shipman) The efforts of Vice President Al Gore to maintain good relations with the entertainment industry while supporting the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) report examined. [GORE - addresses audience.] [Empower America William BENNETT - says Gore holds two contradictory positions.] [Screenwriter Joe ESTERHAUS - says Hollywood is ignoring criticism from liberal Democrats.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Myers, Lisa;
Shipman, Claire

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