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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 24, 2005
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Excerpt from Paris Hilton's sexy commercial for a hamburger chain shown.

(Las Vegas: Jeff Greenfield) Concerns about outrageous television examined; scenes shown from the broadcasters' convention in Las Vegas; details given about the FCC fines & the Janet Jackson, Bono, Howard Stern & "Saving Private Ryan" incidents. [FCC commissioner Jonathan ADELSTEIN†- says we are now seeing fewer egregious incidents on TV.] [Fox Networks Group Tony VINCIQUERRA†- says the vast majority of Americans don't want the government telling them what they can watch & not watch.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Excerpt from Paris Hilton's sexy commercial for a hamburger chain reshown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Greenfield, Jeff

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