George Bush Press Conference #656661
ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN Special for Monday, Sep 02, 1991
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Live CNN coverage and analysis of George Bush statement re: US reestablishment of diplomatic relations with Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, and press conference with compiled pre- and postevent analysis by ABC, CBS, and NBC.
CNN analysis includes the participation of anchors Reid Collins and Bobbie Battista, correspondent Charles Bierbauer, Wolf Blitzer, and correspondent Gene Randall in Moscow, as well as interviews with Latvian Mission spokesperson Aris Yansons, Lithuanian Foreign Affairs Advisor Ranunas Bogeanas, and the Joint Baltic American National Committee Chairman Olgerts Pavlovskis, and a taped segment re: the Baltics with Mark Leff (CNN).
CBS postevent analysis was preempted by local programming.
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