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Campaign 04 / Anti-Bush Ads / Moby, Ferguson Interviews #741144

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 02, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Live interviews held with musician Moby† and radio talk show host Ben Ferguson† about a Website, backed by activist group, that invites people to create a 30-second anti-President Bush ad. [MOBY – explains how the site works & the criteria for judging; says he hopes to change history and make Americans know that Bush is a bad president; comments on the judges; speculates on the potential impact on Bush’s re-election campaign.] [FERGUSON – criticizes Moby and the project; comments on the effect on Bush’s campaign; says the organizers are trying to get attention for their own careers.]

Lin, Carol

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