Rivera spurns offer of `Affair'

Brennan, Steve
August 1995
Hollywood Reporter;8/18/95, Vol. 338 Issue 30, p6
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Reports on Geraldo Rivera's passing on of an offer to host Twentieth Television's `A Current Affair,' as part of a revamp of the magazine strip. Consideration for another host; River's meeting with News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch; Comment from Rivera.


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