Eye To Eye With Connie Chung #650361
CBS Special for Thursday, Jan 05, 1995
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Taped profile by Connie Chung (CBS) of newly elected Speaker of the US House of Representatives Newt Gingrich, with excerpts of statements by Georgia columnist Bill Schiff, then Rep. Thomas O'Neill, and unidentified others, and excerpts of interviews by Chung with Gingrich's parents Bob and Kathleen and with Gingrich's sisters Susan, Robb and Candice. Taped segment (entitled "Bernard Goldberg's America: Who Killed Privacy?") examining the erosion of privacy accorded US presidents by the news media over the last fifty years, with Bernard Goldberg (CBS), then President Franklin Roosevelt, Paula Jones, Gennifer Flowers, Bill Clinton, Mary Tillotson (CNN), then President George Bush, then presidential candidate Gary Hart, Marilyn Monroe, and unidentified others, and excerpts of interviews by Goldberg with historian/author Doris Kearns Goodwin, former "Chicago Tribune" reporter Walter Trohan, and "Washington Post" media critic Howard Kurtz. Remainder of broadcast devoted to other subjects re: dangers associated with diet pills and appearing on the Late Show with David Letterman.
- Goldberg, Bernard;
- Baskin, Roberta
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