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Hurricane Katrina / Recovery / Bush / Product Placement #811366

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 20, 2005
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(Washington: Wendell Goler) President Bush's concerns about Hurricane Rita noted. [BUSH†- comments on Rita preparations and Katrina recovery.] Scenes shown. Economic consequences of Hurricane Katrina explored, including the impact on energy provider Entergy, restaurants, and small businesses.

(Los Angeles: Trace Gallagher) A look at "product placement in the name of charity" presented; details given on companies donating products to Hurricane Katrina victims, from shoes to water to a satellite TV station, and tax breaks for the companies. [DirecTV vice president Bob MARSOCCI†- says the donated channel has helped reunite victims.] [Business analyst Doug FABIAN†- says consumers receiving donations will remember the companies.]

Smith, Shepard;
Goler, Wendell;
Gallagher, Trace

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