Bill Kurtis: On Assignment
A distinguished broadcast journalist offers a vivid, behind-the-scenes look at television's coverage of significant news events, including the Iranian revolution, the turmoil in El Salvador, and the problems of Agent Orange and Amerasian children in Vietn
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