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In Depth (Public Broadcasting) #791097

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 25, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Campbell Brown) The move to make public broadcasting, including NPR & PBS, more conservative examined; details given from a study finding that most Americans do not believe public broadcasting is biased. [Accuracy in Media Cliff KINCAID†- says the bias is noticeable.] [From “Unfiltered" with host Tucker Carlson, Corporation for Public Broadcasting chairman Kenneth TOMLINSON††- says we’re trying to make public television attractive to a broader cross-section.] [May 16, former “Now” host Bill MOYERS††- says we were telling stories that partisans in power didn't want told.] [Public Television president Pat MITCHELL††- says we belong to the public.]

Williams, Brian;
Brown, Campbell

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