Press: TV Turnabout

While U.S. news broadcasts are reaching a growing audience abroad, foreign reports are also starting to flicker across American TV screens. Every week CNN World Report features 2 1/2 hours of uncensored stories from broadcasters throughout the world. Any news agency is free to contribute, although CNN reserves the right to cut segments longer than three minutes. Since World Report went on the air last fall, 86 news organizations in 80 countries, ranging from Argentina to Zimbabwe, have participated. A segment from Uruguay's SAETA TV, for example, reported on Pope John Paul II's recent tour of four South American nations. The...

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