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Nightline #647140

ABC Special for Tuesday, Oct 20, 1992

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  • Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), Bush-Quayle Campaign Chairman Bob Teeter, and "Newsweek" Editor Richard Smith re: news media reporting of the presidential election campaign.
  • Taped segment with Jeff Greenfield (ABC), excerpts of news broadcasts with Garrick Utley (NBC), Sam Donaldson (ABC), Cokie Roberts (ABC), Jack Germond of the "Baltimore Evening Sun", Peter Jennings (ABC), Koppel, David Lauter of the "Los Angeles Times", Mara Liasson of National Public Radio, Professor Sanford Ungar, author Ken Auletta, and unidentified others, and a comparison of news reports about George Bush, including one produced by the Bush-Quayle Campaign and excerpts of reports by ABC, CBS, and NBC News with statements by Bush, Brit Hume (ABC), Susan Spencer (CBS), and John Cochran (NBC).

  • Reporter(s):
    Koppel, Ted (ABC);
    Greenfield, Jeff (ABC);
    Hume, Brit (ABC);
    Jennings, Peter (ABC);
    Donaldson, Sam (ABC);
    Roberts, Cokie (ABC)
    Duration:
    00:30:00

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