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NOW with Bill Moyers. / January 30, 2004

Author: Bill D MoyersDavid BrancaccioJudy Stoeven DaviesMark GanguzzaDan T CarterAll authors
Publisher: [New York, NY] : Public Affairs Television, Inc. ; [Melbourne, FL] : Distributed by PBS Home Video, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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When the FCC loosened the rules to allow media companies to own even more television stations, the public was outraged. NOW takes a look to see if media deregulation and quiet back room deals with the White House and Republican leadership are, as one member of Congress has called them, "a great gift" to America's largest media conglomerates. David Brancaccio talks to Reverend Joseph Darby, senior pastor of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Bill D Moyers; David Brancaccio; Judy Stoeven Davies; Mark Ganguzza; Dan T Carter; Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.); Public Affairs Television (Firm); WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.); PBS Home Video.
OCLC Number: 56393558
Language Note: Closed-captioned.
Notes: Date from cassette label.
Credits: Program editor, Larry Goldfine, co-editor, David Brancaccio, executive editor, Judith Davidson Moyers ; music by Douglas J. Cuomo ; field camera, Dave Adams, Gary Fairman, Barry Hecht, Bruce Maniscalco, Kevin Raullerson, Barry Strongin.
Performer(s): Hosts: Bill Moyers and David Brancaccio.
Event notes: Episode of PBS television series NOW with Bill Moyers originally broadcast on January 30, 2004.
Description: 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Power politics / producer, Peter Meryash ; editors, Vincent Liota, Win Rosenfeld (18 min.) --
NOW interview: Harris L. Raynor and Rev. Joseph Darby / interviewer, David Brancaccio (18 min.) --
NOW interview: Dan Carter, author "The Politics of Rage" / interviewer, Bill Moyers (18 min.)
Other Titles: Now with Bill Moyers (Television program)
Responsibility: PBS ; a production of Public Affairs Television, Inc. ; a presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York ; written by Bill Moyers, David Brancaccio & Judy Stoeven Davies ; directed by Mark Ganguzza.

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When the FCC loosened the rules to allow media companies to own even more television stations, the public was outraged. NOW takes a look to see if media deregulation and quiet back room deals with the White House and Republican leadership are, as one member of Congress has called them, "a great gift" to America's largest media conglomerates. David Brancaccio talks to Reverend Joseph Darby, senior pastor of the Morris Brown A.M.E Church in Charleston, SC, and Harris Raynor, director of the southern region for UNITE, to gets the lay of the land for Democrats in the upcoming contest in South Carolina, where they once reigned. Bill Moyers talks to Dan T. Carter, one of the nation's foremost historians on U.S. and Southern history. Carter is the author of several books, and currently serves as the first Educational Foundation Professor of History at the University of South Carolina. Carter shares with Moyers his thoughts about the upcoming South Carolina primary and the impact that it has on the national presidential election.

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