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Nightline #970349

ABC Special for Friday, Jul 16, 2010

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  • Taped segment with Bill Weir (ABC), Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Mac Hardware Engineering Senior Vice President Bob Mansfield, and unidentified others re: Apple’s efforts to rectify a signal loss issue related to its new iPhone4.
  • Taped segment with Dan Harris (ABC), atheists Edwin Kagan‡ and Cambridge Brocksterman‡, and unidentified others re: Edwin Kagan’s promotion of atheism.
  • Taped segment with Miguel Marquez (ABC), Pale Is the New Tan founder Kyle Tromblee, and tanning expert James Read re: spray tanning.
  • A brief update by Cynthia McFadden (ABC) re: the continuing progress made by BP in its efforts to permanently cap its off-shore oil well, which had been spilling oil into the Gulf of Mexico since April.
  • A brief update by McFadden re: Nightline’s search for America’s next best chef.
  • Reporter(s):
    Weir, Bill;
    Harris, Dan;
    Marquez, Miguel
    Duration:
    00:31:00

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