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ABC Special for Thursday, Apr 21, 1983

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  • Report re: the media coverage of Presidential campaigns hosted by Ted Koppel, live from University of Missouri School of Journalism. Students ask questions to panel about interaction between presidential candidates and the television news media. Panel also responds to as report from Jeff Greenfield.
  • Forum participants Haynes Johnson, Washington Post Columnist; Jerry Brown, former governer of California; John Anderson, Fmr. Congressman; Lyn Nofziger, Political Consultant; Bill Moyer, Senior News Analyst CBS; David Brinkley, ABC News.
  • Excerpt speeches Senator Edward Kennedy; Gary Hart, presidential candidate; Reubin Askew, presidential candidate; Walter Mondale, presidential candidate; Governer George Romney, Michigan; Edward Musgee, former presidential candidate; and President Ronald Reagan.
  • Interviews with Lyn Nofzinger, aide to President Ronald Reagan; Jack Nelson, Los Angeles Times; Professor Nelson W. Polsky, University of California Berkeley; Jody Powell, ABC Analyst; President Gerald Ford; and Senator Ted Kennedy, Massachusetts.

  • Reporter(s):
    Greenfield, Jeff

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