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A Closer Look (Perils of YouTube) #929302

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 16, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A look at the good & bad side of the Internet introduced.

(New York: David Muir) The impact of a YouTube video on the image of Domino's pizza chain examined; video excerpts of an employee sticking cheese up his nose shown. ["Wired" magazine's Nicholas THOMPSON†- reacts; says it is hard for a corporate response to get a viewing.] [Domino's USA president Patrick DOYLE†- says the store has been shut down.] ["Ad Age" magazine columnist Bob GARFIELD†- says this can be devastating.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Redmond, Washington: Neal Karlinsky) The Internet reunion in Washington state of a father & daughter featured; scenes shown from Seattle; details given about how they were separated 27 years ago & found each other via the father's Google search. [Daughter Francesca PRATT†, father Dirk PRATT†- talk about each other.]

Gibson, Charles;
Muir, David;
Karlinsky, Neal

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