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Money Matters: CBS Takeover Bids, Stock Market #95536

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 17, 1985
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(Studio) Ted Turner's move to take over CBS Incorporated detailed.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Chicago, Illinois) CBS stockholders meeting examined. [STOCKHOLDER - claiming she knows both sides of stories, accuses CBS of bias.] [Fairness in Media spokesperson James CAIN - doesn't want CBS to prevent his group, Ted Turner or anyone else from taking over.] CBS chairperson Thomas Wyman's response described. [WYMAN - accuses those of trying to take control of network of threatening its integrity.] [STOCKHOLDER - questions Wyman on his perception of Turner's moral standards.] [WYMAN - responds.]
REPORTER: Dan Cordtz


Cordtz, Dan;
Jennings, Peter

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