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Nightline #924155

ABC Special for Tuesday, Mar 10, 2009

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  • Live updates by Cynthia McFadden (ABC) re: a shooting rampage earlier this evening in Alabama, including taped excerpts of statements by unidentified eyewitnesses.
  • Taped segment with Barbara Pinto (ABC), home owners Pat and Steve Christoff‡, realtors Jeff and Grace Safrin‡, home buyers Candace and Randy Brouwer‡, and real estate agent Jason Moon‡ re: homeowners who are making reverse offers to potential buyers in order to improve their chances of selling their homes.
  • Taped segment with McFadden and amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos‡, and New York Public Library head Paul LeClerc‡ re: Bezos’ promotion of his new e-reader Kindle2.
  • Taped segment with Yunji de Nies (ABC), TheRoot.com Washington reporter Dayo Olopade, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Sally Quinn of the “Washington Post” re: Michelle Obama’s image as First Lady.
  • Reporter(s):
    Pinto, Barbara;
    de Nies, Yunji
    Duration:
    00:31:00

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