Crawford Woods on TV

Woods, Crawford
October 1973
New Republic;10/13/73, Vol. 169 Issue 15, p23
The article presents the comments of the author on television programming in the U.S. Television network PBS will broadcast the videotapes of the meetings of the U.S. Senate Committee investigating the Watergate Affair on the prime time. The reporting of the television network ABC would be confined to regular newscasts, but it has kept the option of special reports for breaking important news.


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