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Nightline #882110

ABC Special for Monday, Jan 14, 2008

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  • Taped segment with David Muir (ABC), credit counselor David Field‡, “Inside Mortgage Finance” Publisher Guy Cecala, author Charles Geisst, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, Lakshman Achuthan of the Economic Cycle Research Institute, FBR Capital Markets Managing Director Paul Miller, and Howard Dvorkin of Consolidated Credit Counseling Services re: signs of a possible recession in the US economy.
  • Taped segment with Cynthia McFadden (ABC) and Republican presidential candidate former Governor Mitt Romney re: Romney’s campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
  • Taped segment with Brian Rooney (ABC), “Extra” anchor Dayna Devon, “Entertainment Weekly” Senior Writer Lynette Rice, “The Insider” co-host Lara Spencer, writer Bruce Vilanch, and unidentified others re: the impact of the writers’ strike on the Golden Globe awards show.
  • Reporter(s):
    Muir, David;
    McFadden Cynthia;
    Rooney, Brian
    Duration:
    00:32:00

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