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Nightline #853094

ABC Special for Friday, Mar 02, 2007

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  • Taped segment with David Muir (ABC), Enterprise High School students Charlie Strickland and Erisa Armani‡, Enterprise High School teacher Heather Mitchell, Enterprise High School students Jessica Bullinger and Rylee Zalanka, Enterprise High School substitute teacher Granison Wagstaff, student’s father Mike Shroades, Bullinger’s mother Tracy, and unidentified others re: the aftermath of yesterday’s tornado that struck Enterprise, Alabama.
  • Taped segments with Nick Watt (ABC), David Brown of dManagement, Italian Minister for Youth and Sports Giovanna Melandri, “Italian Vogue” Editor Franca Sozzani, model Elise Crombez, Moschino designer Rosella Jardini, eating disorders expert Susan Ringwood, models Carmen Kass and Tonia Molyavko, and unidentified others re: efforts in the fashion industry to limit the use of dangerously thin models.
  • Taped segment with Dean Reynolds (ABC), Hormel Foods Vice President Julie Craven, Spam Arrest attorney Derek Newman, Northwestern University Professor Law Jim Speda‡, and unidentified others re: the copyright lawsuit filed by spam manufacturer Hormel Foods against Spam Arrest.
  • Reporter(s):
    Muir, David;
    Watt, Nick;
    Reynolds, Dean

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