FOX HOSTS DEBATES Cabler, org to invite Dems' prez hopefuls

McClintock, Pamela; Crabtree, Susan
August 2003
Daily Variety;8/8/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 25, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the partnership between Fox News Channel and the Congressional Black Caucus Institute to sponsor debates for Democratic presidential candidates in the U.S. Impact of the move on the audience of Fox News; Importance of the debates for the election process; Emphasis on providing access to the people on each candidate's critical issues.


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