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Eye On America (Shaping The United States Global Image) #652244

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 09, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) The ways that the American entertainment industry helps to shape the image of the United States abroad examined; scenes shown from the "A Tribute to Heroes" telethon, old movies clips and the September telethon. [Actor William SHATNER - says the terrorists have a vivid imagination.] [Motion Picture Association of America Jack VALENTI - explains how Hollywood could communicate to the world.] [Dreamworks SKG Jeffrey KATZENBERG - says "propaganda" sounds pejorative.] [Hollywood historian John CONES - says Hollywood has consistently portrayed Arabs and Muslims negatively.] [University of Southern California sociologist Todd BOYD - says people have constant access to information so Hollywood will not be as relevant in this war.]

Bowen, Jerry;
Rather, Dan

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