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Television / Oprah's Show / A Discussion (Part I) #953284

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 20, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The announcement from Oprah Winfrey that she will end her talk show in 2011 introduced. [WINFREY - says season 25 will be the last season.]

(New York: Erica Hill) Oprah's farewell featured; show excerpts shown; details given about her global empire & her OWN cable channel. [WINFREY - says she loves the show & it is time to say good-bye; states her viewers have enriched her life.] ["Fortune" editor Pattie SELLERS†- says Oprah is the most popular woman ever on TV; comments on her risky cable channel venture that will be her life's next chapter.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with personal finance expert Suze Orman, correspondent Lisa Ling & CNN's Larry King about Oprah. [Voice of KING - says Oprah touched everybody.] [Voice ORMAN - comments on Oprah's connection with who she interviews.] [LING - says it is surreal to be on Oprah's set.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Hill, Erica
Duration:
00:06:50

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