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									      DESCRIPTION OF KTVO-TV PROGRAMS PROVIDING THE MOST
          SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES

PROGRAM                                           DAY                 TIME
KTVO Good Morning Heartland                Monday through Friday 6:00am
KTVO News At 5                             Monday through Friday 5:00pm
KTVO News At 6                             Monday through Friday 6:00pm
KTVO News At 10                            Monday through Sunday 10:00pm

All of the above programs are locally produced news programs presenting a mix of news,
weather, and sports including some issue-responsive and multi-part series.

Public Service Announcements
PSAs air any day and any time. These vary in length from :10, :30 & :60,
announcements air throughout the stations broadcast day about issues of community
interest.
                            KTVO-TV
                   2009 Community Affairs Issues
                           2nd Quarter


1. Crime/Safety-including crime prevention, alcohol, tobacco and drug
   abuse, fire and home safety and police conduct.

2. City/County/State/Federal Government-including City issues, tax
   issues, local and state issues as well as City and County Festivals.

3. Education-including education standards, school safety and alternative
   schools

4. Health and Senior Issues-including exercise, dieting and disease
   Prevention, as well as mental health initiatives and new treatment
   options. Also financial and medical aid for seniors.


5. Economy-including business development, community infrastructure,
   small business development, investments and visitor attractions.

6. Transportation Issues-including local and state roadways and bridges,
   airports and air travel issues as well as train travel in the heartland.

7. Environment/Agriculture-including chemical spills, landfills water
   quality, farming, and Corporate Farming.
8. Digital TV – Efforts by KTVO-TV to inform viewers of changes
   coming with the transition to DTV.
                            KTVO-TV Programs & Issues
                                 Transportation

Local

May 21, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration 1:00
Matt Buhrman reported on the effect proposed GM dealer closings would have at local
dealerships. Interviewed Chad Van Ness at Vaughn Motors in Ottumwa.

May 23, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration :50
Matt Buhrman reported on the Iowa legislative session and how it will affect
transportation issues. Interviewed State Senator Keith Kreiman.

June 2, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration :50
Ashley Smith reported Local air service provider spoke to the Kirksville Airport &
Transportation Commission meeting to discuss ridership numbers to date. Interviewed
Shane Storz with Air Choice One.

June 15, 2009
5p & 6p News—Duration: 1:00
Jill Kasparie reported that street crews have begun work on one of Ottumwa‘s main
bridges. The work is expected to take at least two weeks. Interviewed Larry Seals.

June 16, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News-Duration 1:00
Ashley Smith reported an update to the road repairs needed on an area highway. The road
was washed out during a recent rain. Interviewed Preston Kramer with MODOT.

    PROGRAMS PROVIDING THE MOST SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF
              COMMUNITY ISSUES-2nd QUARTER 2009

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Tranportation Issues
During the 2nd quarter of 2009, KTVO aired PSA‘s totaling 1 hour; 14 minutes; 40
seconds pertaining to transportation issues. The segments were 10, 15, 20, 30 and 60
seconds in length.
                         KTVO-TV PROGRAMS & ISSUES
                                EDUCATION

Local


Apr. 17, 2009
5p, 6p, & 10p News – Duration :60
Jill Kasparie reported that SIEDA has announced it will now begin offering pre-school
services in Eldon, Iowa.

Apr. 21, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News-Duration :30
Brian Entin reported that he and fellow reporter Eden Derby had made a public
appearance to read to pre-school students during a special program to encourage the
students to enjoy reading.

April 22, 2009
5p & 6p News – Duration :45
Weekend meteorologist Ashley Smith reported on her visit with residents at Monroe
Manor Care Center in Albia, Iowa. During her public appearance, she discussed severe
weather safety and implementing a severe weather policy to help keep residents safe.

May 20, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News-Duration 1:30
Jill Kasparie reported on progress being made on the Job Corps Center being built in
Ottumwa. It will assist at-risk youth in continuing their education. Interviewed Jim
Lindenmeyer from Indian Hills Community College.

June 16, 2009
5p & 6p News-Duration :60
Andy Grove reported that the lawsuit filed against the Davis County Schools had been
dropped.

    PROGRAMS PROVIDING THE MOST SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF
              COMMUNITY ISSUES-2nd QUARTER 2009

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Education Issues:
During the 2nd quarter of 2009 KTVO aired PSA‘s totaling 34 hours
30 minutes 25 seconds pertaining to Education issues. These segments were 10, 15, 20,
30 and 60 seconds in length.
                          KTVO-TV PROGRAMS & ISSUES
                               CRIME & SAFETY

Local

Apr. 24, 2009
5p, 6pm & 10p News-Duration: :55
C.E. Huffman reported on a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that said law enforcement
officers can no longer do vehicle searches based solely on traffic violations. The local
prosecutor explained what effect that will have on local law enforcement officers.
Interviewed Adair County Prosecutor Mark Williams.

May 15, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration 1:00
Jill Kasparie reported that a group of southeast Iowa communities decided to close a local
juvenile detention center. They sold the property to a local hospice. Interviewed Wapello
County Supervisor Jerry Parker.

May 20, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration :55
Eden Derby reported that the Missouri State Highway Patrol is urging drivers to be extra
careful while driving over the busy Memorial Day holiday weekend. More drivers are
expected to be on the road than last year. Interviewed Missouri State Highway Patrol Sgt.
Brent Bernhardt.

June 16, 2009
5p, 6p, & 10p News – Duration :50
Chuck Thomas reported on the follow up to an arrest made in a drug case. A couple had
been arrested in Lemons Missouri. Interviewed Putnam County Sheriff Jason Knight.

June 20, 2009
10p News – Duration 1:00
Eden Derby reported further details on the arrest of a Kirksville City Council member
who was arrested. Interviewed Adair County Prosecutor Mark Williams who explained
the charge and what it means.

June 22, 2009
6p News – Duration 2:10
C.E. Huffman reported on a rally held by a group of citizens, in downtown Kirksville, to
support a Kirksville couple arrested on child neglect charges.
                         KTVO-TV PROGRAMS & ISSUES
                           HEALTH & SENIOR ISSUES

Local

Apr. 22, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News-Duration:: 50
Ashley Smith reported on the ground breaking for a new critical care unit at Northeast
Regional Medical Center in Kirksville. Interviewed CEO Bob Moore.

May 21, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News-Duration: :50
Brian Entin reported that several Bars in the state of Iowa had been accused of violating
the statewide smoking ban.

May 28, 2009
10p News-Duration: :50
Brian Entin reported on the re-opening of a Kirksville beauty shop that was damaged in
the tornado that came thru the northern part of Kirksville.

June 6, 2009
6p & 10p News-Duration: 50
Chuck Thomas reported that five local businesses sold liquor to someone underage. This
was discovered when the state division of alcohol tested area businesses. This was an
attempt to keep alcohol out of the hands of minors.

June 9, 2009
5p & 6p News-Duration: 50
Chuck Thomas reported that a recent sting set up by state authorities found several
locations in Adair County, who sold alcohol to those under the legal age. This hindered
the state effort to keep alcohol out of the hands of teenagers.

    PROGRAMS PROVIDING THE MOST SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF
              COMMUNITY ISSUES-2nd QUARTER 2009

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Health Issues:
During the 2nd quarter of 2009 KTVO aired PSA‘s totaling 3 hours
34 minutes 15 seconds pertaining to Health issues. The segments were 10, 15, 20, 30 and
60 seconds in length.
                         KTVO-TV PROGRAMS & ISSUES
                                 ECONOMY

Local

Apr. 4, 2009
5p, 6p &10p News-Duration: 2:00
C.E. Huffman reported on how national changes at General Motors are affecting local
dealers. Interviewed Randy Henness, Sales Manager at Jim Robertsons.

Apr. 7, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News-Duration: 1:15
Emily Finnegan reported on the annual State Of Industry presentation, where local
industry officials discussed how they are coping in the current economic times.
Interviewed Kirksville Director of Job Creation Phil Tate.

Apr. 22, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News-Duration :50
Eden Derby reported on a local job fair, in which hundreds of job seekers attended.
Interviewed Cathy Collop, Director of the local office of Missouri Career Center.

May 20, 2009
5p, 6p &10p News – Duration 1:30
Jill Kasparie reported that the city of Ottumwa will be buying new busses for the
Ottumwa Transit Authority. The money comes directly from Federal Stimulus funds.
Interviewed Pam Ward with the transit authority.

June 2, 2009
10p News – Duration :50
Brian Entin reported on the information that was being given to the people who learned
they would be laid off at the end of the month, at the John Deere plant in Ottumwa.

June 3, 2009
10p News – Duration :50
Brian Entin reported that a new company was relocating to the city of Kirksville. The
new Wi-Fi facility is expected to eventually employee about 100 people. Interviewed
Kirksville Director of Job Creation Phil Tate.

June 15, 2009
Personal appearance by News Director and 5pm News anchor Marlene Speas in
Ottumwa. She was an amateur/celebrity cook for the Hawgs team in the O‘Town
Barbecue Showdown in Ottumwa. The event drew hundreds of people to Ottumwa‘s
Bridge View Center.
                          KTVO-TV PROGRAMS & ISSUES
                              ENVIRONMENT/AG

Local

April 16, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration :50
Jill Kasparie reported that the Mayor in Fairfield Iowa has been named one of the
greenest Mayors in the country. Interviewed Fairfield Iowa Mayor Ed Malloy.

April 17, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration 1:25
Chuck Thomas reported on complaints by State Senator Wes Shoemyer that the
agriculture portion of the state budget may be cut. Interviewed Wes Shoemyer.

April 23, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration :50
Jill Kasparie reported that the Ottumwa landfill is running out of space and efforts they
have underway to help with the problem. Interviewed Ottumwa Solid Waste Director
Jody Gates.

May 1, 2009
5p, 6p 10p News-Duration: :50
C.E. Huffman reported on a visit to Kirksville by the Missouri Director of Agriculture.
He was in town to discuss the fact that pork remains safe to eat, even with swine flu
being covered in the news media. Interviewed John Hagler, Mo. Department of
Agriculture Director.

May 22, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News-Duration: 1:00
Jill Kasparie reported that city and county officials met to discuss a proposal to turn
waste into energy at the local landfill. Interviewed local official Jody Gates.

June 29, 2009
5p, 6p &10p News-Duration :50
Jill Kasparie reported on a seminar relating to bio-terrorism in the agriculture area. Those
attending were told of the importance of how to react to any possible instances.
Interviewed Mark Shearer with Iowa Homeland Security.
   PROGRAMS PROVIDING THE MOST SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF
             COMMUNITY ISSUES-2nd QUARTER 2009

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Environmental Issues:
During the 2nd quarter of 2009 KTVO aired PSA‘s totaling 6 hours
48 minutes 30 seconds on issues pertaining to the Environment. These segments were
10, 15, 20, 30 and 60 seconds in length.
                      KTVO-TV PROGRAMS & ISSUES
              CITY, COUNTY, STATE & FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Local

Apr. 4, 2009
10p News-Duration 1:00
Matt Buhrman reported on the annual International Day sponsored by the city of
Ottumwa. This event celebrated the cultural diversity in Ottumwa.

Apr. 13, 2009
5p & 6p News-Duration: 1:00
Emily Finnegan reported that Kirksville City Council welcomed and swore in their new
members after the city election held earlier in April. Interviewed Martha Rowe and
Carolyn Chrisman.

Apr. 15, 2009
5p, 6p &10p News-Duration: 1:00
Andy Grove reported on a local tax protest that was part of the nationwide tax day tea
party protests.

May 19, 2009
6p &10p News-Duration: 1:00
Andy Grove reported on the recent Iowa legislative session and a court ruling that
legalized gay marriage in the state of Iowa. Interviewed State Senator Paul McKinley.

May 21, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News-Duration 1:00
Eden Derby reported on the state Emergency Management office and their efforts to
assist with disaster recovery in Kirksville. Interviewed Susie Stonner with SEMA.

May 21, 2009
6p & 10p News-Duration 1:00
Jill Kasparie reported on what city and county officials are doing to help muster up
support for Ottumwa‘s stop as part of the annual RAGBRAI.

    PROGRAMS PROVIDING THE MOST SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF
              COMMUNITY ISSUES-2nd QUARTER 2009

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

City, County, State and Federal Government Issues:
During the 2nd quarter of 2009 KTVO aired PSA‘s totaling 4 hours
30 minutes 15 seconds pertaining to issues of City, County, State and Federal
Government. The segments were 10, 15, 30 and 60 seconds in length.
                             KTVO-TV PROGRAMS & ISSUES
                           DIGITAL TELEVISION TRANSITION


May 4, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration :50
Did a story explaining the differences between digital and analog signals and explaining
what viewers will need to sauccessfully make the transition in June. Interviewed station
DTV expert Dan Magruder.

May 12, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration 3:00
Conducted a DTV test to allow viewers to find out if their TV is ready for the upcoming
digital transition. Also had staff on hand to answer viewers questions phoned in.

May 21, 2009
5p, 6p &10p News – Duration 2:00
Conducted a DTV test to allow viewers to find out if their TV is ready for the upcoming
digital transition. Aired a full screen message on our analog signal only, to let viewers
know they were watching only our analog signal and currently were not ready for the
digital transition. Also had staff on hand to answer viewers questions phoned in.

May 25, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration :55
Did a story with U.S. Representative Blaine Luetkemeyer about satellite companies not
being required to carry all local stations. Congressman Luetkemeyer told us ―I think most
people have already purchased their convertor boxes or updated their TV‘s and are well
aware of what‘s going to happen, and those who don‘t, made that decision on their own
that they want to stay where they‘re at.‖

June 10 – June 12, 2009
All Newscasts – Duration :45
Did a story telling viewers time and location of KTVO‘s DTV walk in center for those
with questions about the DTV transition.

June 12, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration :45
Brian Entin reported on the pulling of the plug on the KTVO analog signal. Broadcasting
in digital only now.

June 17, 2009
5p, 6p & 10p News – Duration :50
Anchors reported on information received about how viewers can get free help with in
home installation of convertor boxes thru the end of the month of June. Told them what
number to call to get the free help.
ABC NEWS PROGRAMS – Second Quarter, 2009
AMERICA THIS MORNING
     Monday through Friday
     4:30 - 7:00AM ET/PT

        This morning news program provides viewers with late-breaking national and
international
        news, sports, weather and financial reports. Featuring separate and distinct
fifteen-minute
        segments, information about overnight events is constantly updated.

GOOD MORNING AMERICA
    Monday through Friday
    7:00-9:00AM ET/PT

       Diane Sawyer and Robin Roberts provide viewers with timely news reports,
        informative, features, weather information, and up-to-the minute interviews with
world leaders.

WORLD NEWS WITH CHARLES GIBSON
    Monday through Friday
         6:30-7:00PM ET and 7:00-7:30PM ET
         5:30-6:00PM PT and 6:00-6:30PM PT and 6:30-7:00PM PT

       ABC News Anchor Charles Gibson keeps viewers informed about world news
       events in this half-hour news review.

NIGHTLINE
     Monday through Friday
     11:35PM - 12:06:30AM ET/PT - unless otherwise indicated

       Cynthia McFadden, Martin Bashir and Terry Moran co-anchor the program which
       provides in-depth discussion of current events.

       NOTE: As news events warrant, ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE may be expanded.
       Please
              refer to the NIGHTLINE section for exact program times.
WORLD NEWS NOW
    Sunday through Thursday (Broadcast Day)
     2:00 - 6:00AM ET
     1:00 - 6:00AM CT
    12:00 - 6:00AM MT
    12:00 - 5:00AM PT - Sunday
    12:36:30     - 5:00AM PT - Monday through Thursday

          Comprised of thirty-minute segments, ABC's WORLD NEWS NOW offers up-
to-date
          news coverage including a mixture of live and taped coverage of domestic and
          international news issues.



PRIMETIME & 20/20

          Informational News magazine(s) combines hard-hitting investigative reports,
          newsmaker interviews, compelling human interest and feature stories, and offers
          viewers a chance to learn more about the world around them.

          Primetime (Special Editions)
          ABC News Correspondent Diane Sawyer and Chris Cuomo, Cynthia McFadden
and
          John Quiñones anchor Primetime.

          20/20
          10:00 - 11:00PM ET/PT
          ABC News Correspondents John Stossel and Elizabeth Vargas anchor 20/20.


THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS
     Sundays
          9:00 – 10:00AM ET / 8:00 – 9:00AM PT
           and 10:30 – 11:30AM ET / 9:00 – 10:00AM PT

          ABC News Correspondent George Stephanopoulos anchors this news/interview
          program which focuses on the latest news events. World leaders and policy
          makers participate in roundtable discussions.

          NOTE: ABC Sports programs may necessitate the pre-emption or re-scheduling of
various
 news feeds.
WORLD NEWS
    Saturdays & Sundays
      6:00 – 6:30PM ET / PT and 6:30 – 7:00PM ET / PT

          This half-hour news program reviews the day's major events.

          NOTE: ABC Sports programs may necessitate the pre-emption or re-scheduling of
various
                 news feeds.

ABC NEWS BRIEF
     Monday through Friday
     aprx. 2:58 - 3:00PM ET/1:58 - 2:00PM PT

          This two-minute news capsule updates important news events of the day.

          NOTE: As events warrant, ABC NEWS BRIEF may be expanded or re-scheduled,
or an
                 additional News Brief may be scheduled.
ABC NEWS PROGRAMS –20/20 – Second Quarter, 2009
20/20
Friday, April 3, 2009
FAYLENE GRANT’S DEATH
Faylene Grant's death in 2001 came as a shock to some, but not to everyone who knew
her well. A devout Mormon, she believed that she could speak directly to God, and may
have predicted her own death, writing about it in journals and letters. But was her death
actually a murder and was her husband, Douglas Grant, responsible? In an exclusive
report, Douglas Grant gives ABC News Correspondent Jay Schadler his first television
interview.

Friday, April 10, 2009
IF I ONLY HAD A GUN
When it comes to protecting yourself, you may think ―if I only had a gun.‖ But if you had
a gun, could you protect yourself in a crisis? How easy is it to obtain a gun? And what
explains the nearly irresistible attraction of young people to firearms? Diane Sawyer
investigates, with reporting by David Muir.

Friday, April 17, 2009
SOMALI PIRATES
Somali Pirates terrorizing foreign vessels and hijacking dozens of ships so far this year,
including American vessels, have made worldwide news in recent weeks. Who are these
pirates attacking these types of ships and how do they do it? ―20/20‖ takes viewers inside
the world of such pirates with exclusive behind-the-scenes documentary footage.

Friday, April 24, 2009
BLACK WIDOW
Two men poisoned by anti-freeze, laid to rest in the same cemetery side by side. Was the
grieving wife, Stacey Castor, really a black widow, murdering both of her husbands just
a few years apart? Did she poison her own daughter, Ashley, to stage it as a suicide and
frame her for the heinous crimes? Or was the daughter responsible for the men‘s deaths?
ABC News Correspondent David Muir reports.

Friday, May 1, 2009
SHOCKING CRIME
How does a bright, well-spoken boy raised in a beautiful home by caring parents turn into
a scheming monster responsible for masterminding a plot to murder his family? 20/20‘s
Mary Fulginitti reports on the harrowing investigation that led detectives to arrest
Thomas Bart currently sitting on death row in Texas awaiting execution for the brutal
crime.

Friday, May 8, 2009
YOU CAN’T EVEN TALK ABOUT IT
John Stossel gives his take on tough subjects, from pregnancy discrimination laws to
doing less for senior citizens, from farming endangered animals to letting athletes do
steroids on 20/20‘s YOU CAN’T EVEN TALK ABOUT IT.
Friday, May 15, 2009
VANISHED
Elizabeth Vargas reports on the disappearance of 11-year-old Mikelle Biggs…who, left
unattended for only 90 seconds, vanished as she was snatched within sight of her
home…this mystery devastated her family and traumatized the community.

Friday, May 22, 2009
TOURETTE SYNDROME
An estimated one in every thousand children has Tourette Syndrome, a neuro-biological
disorder that is characterized by a range of symptoms ranging from painful self-abuse and
rage episodes to bizarre vocalizations or even vulgar and profane language. The children
are helpless to control the embarrassing behavior. ABC News Correspondent Jay
Schadler follows the stories of four girls and their families as they document intimate
scenes from their lives in video diaries.
Friday, May 29, 2009
LOST CHILD
What happened to Ethan Patz? A disappearance 30 years ago in the SoHo neighborhood
of NYC became a national symbol of lost innocence and changed the way police
investigate missing children cases. With interviews from the people who lived and
worked the investigation, Jay Schadler‘s comprehensive report pieces together what may
have happened and who may be responsible.

Friday, June 5, 2009
TEENS & DRINKING
From a party gone wild to a deadly drunk driving accident, ―20/20‖ investigates two
stories involving the explosive mix of teens and drinking.

Friday, June 12, 2009
AMANDA KNOX MURDER
Elizabeth Vargas will report from Italy from the trial of American college student
Amanda Knox, who is accused of murdering her British roommate, Meredith Kercher, in
2007, just six weeks after arriving to study abroad in the quaint, medieval town of
Perugia, Italy.

COMING OUT
―American Idol‖ runner-up Adam Lambert speaks candidly to Chris Connelly in his first
broadcast interview since coming out about his sexuality just this week.

Friday, June 19, 2009
NEW NORMAL
What is the ―new normal?‖ The current recession has had immediate effects on the lives
of Americans in ways big and small, from foreclosures and lost jobs to less cash for food
and basic living necessities. But even after the economic indicators begin to improve,
what long-term changes will remain? 20/20 reports.
Friday, June 26, 2009
A MAN OF MANY SECRETS
Bernie Madoff will be sentenced for orchestrating Wall Street's biggest investment fraud
ever. He is a person of many secrets and appears to have very little remorse. But what‘s
behind this man? Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross reports new details of
Madoff‘s personal life, including names in his ―little black book.‖

HEALTHCARE REFORM
President Obama has been selling his plan for universal healthcare for everyone. But John
Stossel says that what often sounds like a great idea has unintended consequences.

TEEN INFANT
At about 16 pounds and 30 inches, 16-year-old Brooke Greenberg is the size of an infant.
She has not aged significantly, physically or apparently cognitively since she was a
toddler. Will her baffling case shed light on the mysterious genetics behind aging? Is she
the fountain of youth? Bob Brown reports.

PRIMETIME
Tuesday, June 23, 2009 (Premieres)
(Tuesdays: June 30th; July 7th, July 14th & July 21st)
PRIMETIME: FAMILY SECRETS
Primetime goes behind closed doors and reveals firsthand the secrets most families never
talk about. Each episode looks at the poignant and sometimes shocking secrets of
families. This series is scheduled to air through Tuesday, July 21st.




ABC NEWS SPECIALS– Second Quarter, 2009
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
PRESIDENTIAL NEWS CONFERENCE
ABC covers President Obama‘s address on his first 100 days in office and challenges he
faces including the swine flu outbreak in America.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009
EARTH 2100
Could this be the final century of our civilization? A world where cities are abandoned
and our population decimated may seem the stuff of science fiction, but according to
some of the world‘s top scientists, it could be a reality unless we act now. ABC‘s Bob
Woodruff takes viewers on a journey through what the next century could have in store.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009
PRIMETIME
QUESTIONS FOR THE PRESIDENT: PRESCRIPTION FOR AMERICA
Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer will moderate a conversation with President Obama
about the future of the nation's healthcare system.

Thursday, June 25, 2009
A SPECIAL EDITON OF 20/20
MICHAEL JACKSON
20/20 takes a look at one of the greatest entertainers in the music industry, his music
influences and his last moments.

A SPECIAL EDITION OF 20/20
 FARRAH FAWCETT: HER LIFE, HER LOVES, HER LEGACY
In an exclusive interview, Ryan O‘Neal speaks with Barbara Walters about Farrah‘s life
and the challenges faced with her battle of cancer.

Friday, June 26, 2009
A SPECIAL EDITION OF 20/20
MICHAEL JACKSON: THE MAN AND HIS MUSIC
Anchored by Elizabeth Vargas, the special will trace Jackson‘s remarkable career, from
his 1968 Motown audition tape to his 18 #1 singles and his tremendous influence on
music, dance and pop culture.
ABC NEWS SPECIAL REPORTS – Second Quarter, 2009

DATE                       START                 END          TOPIC
                                                              Hostage Situation in Binghamton,
Friday, April 4, 2009    12:39:56PM    -   12:42:11PM    ET   NY
                                                              Hostage Situation in Binghamton,
                          9:39:56AM    -    9:42:11AM    PT   NY
                                                              Update on Hostage Situation in
                          1:31:02PM    -    1:35:50PM    ET   Binghamton, NY
                                                              Update on Hostage Situation in
                         10:31:02AM    -   10:35:50AM    PT   Binghamton, NY
                                                              Update on Hostage Situation in
                          2:00:00PM    -    2:01:57PM    ET   Binghamton, NY
                                                              Update on Hostage Situation in
                         11:00:00AM    -   11:01:57AM    PT   Binghamton, NY
                                                              Update on Hostage Situation in
                          2:58:06PM    -    3:00:19PM    ET   Binghamton, NY
                                                              Update on Hostage Situation in
                         11:58:06AM    -   12:00:19PM    PT   Binghamton, NY



Tuesday, April 7, 2009       9:45:13   -    9:49:21 AM   ET   President Obama's Trip to Iraq
                             6:45:13   -    6:49:21 AM   PT   President Obama's Trip to Iraq

                            11:48:50   -   11:54:59 AM   ET   President Obama's Trip to Iraq
                             8:48:50   -    8:54:59 AM   PT   President Obama's Trip to Iraq

Sunday, April 12, 2009    1:43:46 PM   -    1:45:48 PM   ET   Captain Phillips Freed
                         10:43:46 AM   -   10:45:48 AM   ET   Captain Phillips Freed

                          3:29:20 PM   -    3:31:07 PM   ET   Captain Phillips Freed
                         12:29:20 PM   -   12:31:07 PM   PT   Captain Phillips Freed

Friday, April 17, 2009    4:53:02 PM   -    5:00:36 PM   ET   Captain Phillips Press Conference
                          1:53:02 PM   -    2:00:36 PM   PT   Captain Phillips Press Conference

Wednesday, April 29,
2009                      8:00:00 PM   -    8:59:59 PM   ET   Presidential Press Conference
                          5:00:00 PM   -    5:59:59 PM   PT   Presidential Press Conference

Tuesday, May 26, 2009     8:30:00 AM   -    8:38:22 AM   ET   Supreme Court Nominee
                          5:30:00 AM   -    5:38:22 AM   PT   Supreme Court Nominee

                                                              President Obama Announces
                         10:13:47 AM   -   10:43:01 AM   ET   Supreme Court Nominee
                                                              President Obama Announces
                          7:13:47 AM   -    7:43:01 AM   PT   Supreme Court Nominee

                                                              ABC News General Motors
Monday, June 1, 2009     11:48:27 AM   -   12:09:17 PM   ET   Bankruptcy
                                                              ABC News General Motors
                          8:48:27 AM   -    9:09:17 AM   PT   Bankruptcy

                                                              President Obama Press
Tuesday, June 23, 2009   12:29:59 PM   -    1:28:51 PM   ET   Conference
                          9:29:59 AM   -   10:28:51 AM   PT   President Obama Press
                                                             Conference
Thursday, June, 25,                                          Squeezeback: Death of Farrah
2009                     1:13:18 PM   -    1:13:49 PM   ET   Fawcett
                                                             Squeezeback: Death of Farrah
                        10:13:18 AM   -   10:13:49 AM   PT   Fawcett

                         6:22:34 PM   -    6:25:12 PM   ET   Death of Michael Jackson
                         3:22:34 PM   -    3:25:12 PM   PT   Death of Michael Jackson

                                                             Coroner's Statement on Michael
Friday, June 26, 2009    6:22:25 PM   -    6:26:22 PM   ET   Jackson's Autopsy
                                                             Coroner's Statement on Michael
                         3:22:25 PM   -    3:26:22 PM   PT   Jackson's Autopsy


Monday, June 29, 2009   11:33:59 AM   -   11:36:57 AM   ET   Bernard Madoff's Sentencing
                         8:33:59 AM   -    8:36:57 AM   PT   Bernard Madoff's Sentencing



THIS WEEK – Second Quarter, 2009
Sunday, April 5, 2009
Guests:
    Dr. Susan Rice
        U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
Topics:
    Nuclear Proliferation in Prague
    President‘s Overseas Trip

Sunday, April 12, 2009
Guests:
    Rick Warren, Pastor
        Saddleback Church
Topics
    Easter Sunday Review

Sunday, April 19, 2009
Guests:
    Rahm Emanuel
        White House Chief of Staff
    Rep. John Boehner (R-OH)
        Republican House Minority Leader
Topics:
    President Obama Nears First 100 Days

Sunday, April 26, 2009
Guests:
    Iranian President Mahmoud AhmaDinejad
Topics:
    American-Iranian Relations
Sunday, May 3, 2009
Guests:
    Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT)
        Chair, Judiciary Committee
    Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
        Frmr. Chair, Judiciary Committee
    Kathleen Sebelius
        Secretary of Health & Human Services
    Janet Napolitano
        Secretary of Homeland Security
    Dr. Richard Besser
        Acting Director, US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Topics:
    Supreme Court Justice David Souter‘s Resignation

Sunday, May 10, 2099
Guests:
    Gen. James Jones
        National Security Adviser
    Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)
Topics:
    National Security Challenges
    Afghanistan & Pakistan Concerns
    Closing of Guantanamo
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Guests:
    Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ)
        Senate Minority Whip
    Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA)
        Member, Armed Services Committee
Topics:
    National Security Challenges
    Guantanamo Detainees
    Military Commissions Reinstated

Sunday, May 24, 2009
Guests:
    Admiral Michael Mullen
        Chair, Joint Chiefs of Staff
Topics:
    Foreign Relations Challenges

Sunday, May 31, 2009
Guests:
      Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY)
       Judiciary Committee
      Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX)
       Judiciary Committee
Topics:
    President Obama‘s nominee of Judge Sonia Sotomayor

Sunday, June 7, 2009
Guests:
    Hilary Clinton
        US Secretary of State
Topics:
    President Obama Administration & Foreign Affairs

Sunday, June 14, 2009
Guests:
    Kathleen Sebelius, Health & Human Services Secretary
    Frmr. Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA)
Topics:
    Health Insurance Plans
    Iranian Presidential Election Results

Sunday, June 21, 2009
Guests:
    Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT)
        Chairman, Banking Committee, Foreign Relations Committee
        & Health Committee
    Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
        Armed Services Committee & Budget Committee
Topics:
    Debate on President Obama‘s Administration & Views

Sunday, June 28, 2009
Guests:
    David Axelrod
        Sr. White House Advisor
    Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA)
        Ranking Member, Finance Committee
Topics:
    Healthcare Reform
    Energy & Climate Change Bill
    The President‘s Agenda
NIGHTLINE – Second Quarter, 2009
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Topics:
    Breaking Points
    Late Fees
    Do It Yourself

Thursday, April 2, 2009
Topics:
    Food Challenges

Friday, April 3, 2009
Topics:
     Three Minutes of Hell
     Rampage Nightmare

Monday, April 6, 2009
Topics:
    Houses: Going Once, Going Twice, Sold!
    Buried Alive
    Funny Guy

Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Topics:
    Obama‘s Visit to Iraq
    Mortgage Scam
    Steve Harvey

Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Topics:
    Mary Kay Make-Up Moguls
    Inside the Google Experience
    Hostage at High Seas

Thursday, April 9, 2009
Topics:
    Sandra Cantu‘s Family Speaks Out
    Drug Wars in Juarez
    Playlist: Keith Urban

Friday, April 10, 2009
Topics:
     Selling Everything the Billy Mays Way
     The Hyundai Cinderella Story
     That‘s One Delicious Egg Hunt
      Wicked Weather

Monday, April 13, 2009
Topics:
    Pirates and the President
    Harlequin‘s Recession Romance
    Seth Rogen: One Funny Dude

Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Topics:
    Sandra Cantu Case
    Realty Check: Golf Course & Ballpark Menu Upgrades

Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Topics:
    Child Killer?
    Dream Home Nightmare
    Baseball Cuisine

Thursday, April 16, 2009
Topics:
     Genius School
     Inside the Pirate Attack
     President Calderon Speaks Out
     Kill the Taxman
Friday, April 17, 2009
Topics:
     Foreclosure Abominations
     Inside Man Caves

Monday, April 20, 2009
Topics:
    Arrest in Craiglist Killer Case
    How to Live to 111
    Cheap Eats at the Taco Trunk

Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Topics:
    Social Media
    White Collar Criminals

Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Topics:
    Economic Survival Guide
    Torture Tapes
      Susan Boyle

Thursday, April 23, 2009
Topics:
    Paula Abdul Exclusive: Simon‘s A Bully
    Abdul denies drug & alcohol abuse
    Paula Abdul: Leaving Idol?

Friday, April 24, 2009
Topics:
     Craiglist Founder‘s First Interview
     Playlist: Gavin DeGraw

Monday, April 27, 2009
Topics:
    Outbreak in America
    Scared City
    Tracing the Source
    Swine Flu Facts

Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Topics:
    Swine Flu Outbreak: The Facts
    Michelle Obama‘s First 100 Days
    80s Power Style

Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Topics:
    President Obama‘s Press Conference

Thursday, April 30, 2009
Topics:
    American Gothic
    Soaps on the Ropes
    Too Much or Too Little

Friday, May 1, 2009
Topics:
     Did Henry Jason kill his parents?
     Living Grizzly: A Man and His Bear
     Go Go Gigolo: Where Women Pay for Men

Monday, May 4, 2009
Topics:
    In the Jungle with the Gorilla Whisperer
      Making QVC‘s pitch

Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Topics:
    Fasten Your Seats: Spirit Airlines
    Desperate Households

Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Topics:
    California Burning
    Rent-a-family
    Anthropologist Solves Cold Cases

Thursday, May 7, 2009
Topics:
    California Fires
    Catholic Sermonist endorses great sex
    HGTV thrives in rocky economy

Friday, May 8, 2009
Topics:
     Face of Courage: 1st Face Transplant
     Wife Killer?: Drew Peterson
     Mom‘s Perfect Meal

Monday, May 11, 2009
Topics:
    Hunting the Westside Rapist
    The Storm Chasers
    The New Rules of Romance

Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Topics:
    Sold! The Grocery Auction
    Fix Up Foreclosures, or Else?
    Texas ―Fight Club‖ Tragedy



Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Topics:
    Terrorizing American Highways
    Craigslist Agrees to End Erotic Ads

Thursday, May 14, 2009
Topics:
    Celebrity Dieters Face Off
    Deadly Midwestern Storms

Friday, May 15, 2009
Topics:
     Recession Apocalypse
       Eurovision Song Contest

Monday, May 18, 2009
Topics:
    Child Preacher: Show Biz
        or Salvation?
    Swine Flu Outbreak Update
    Puppy Love Reigns in Recession

Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Topics:
    ‗Sugar Daddy‘ Sites
    Secret Life of A Frmr. Sex Addict

                         Wednesday, May 20, 2009
                         Topics:
      Dream Home Nightmare
      Fossil Unveiled
      After Idol

Thursday, May 21, 2009
Topics:
    The Exocist
    Child Witchcraft

Friday, May 22, 2009
Topics:
     On the Run
     Cleanse Crazed
     Fire up the Charcoal

Monday, May 25, 2009
Topics:
    Power Play
    Day of Remembrance
    Beauty in Danger
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Topics:
    Sonia Sotomayer for Supreme Court
    Forbidden Love
    Best- Seller Amish Romance Novels

Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Topics:
    Smash, Cash & Grab: ATM Thefts
    Made in America: Retailers
    Reality Bites: Jon & Kate

Thursday, May 28, 2009
Topics:
    Bonnie Sweeten
    Mother-Daughter Vampire Duo

Friday, May 29, 2009
Topics:
     The Playboy Prince
     Queen of New Media
     Music Man

Monday, June 1, 2009
Topics:
    Air France Flight 447
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Topics:
    Debris Found At Sea: Air France Flight
    The Girl Who Couldn‘t Remember
    Dead Man Acting

Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Topics:
    The Latest on Air France Flight
    Important Lessons

Thursday, June 4, 2009
Topics:
    Stolen Identity
    Sex Sells
    Hollywood Star
Friday June 5, 2009
Topics:
     Godlywood
     Storage Locker Auctions
     Air France Mystery

Monday, June 8, 2009
Topics:
    Gas on the Rise
    Real Housewives
    Dangerous Road
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Topics:
    Sex Addict
    Miracle on the Hudson
    Extremely Funny

Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Topics:
    Murder at the Museum
    Teacher Saves Student w/ Music
    Billionaire Wants to Save the American Dream

Thursday, June 11, 2009
Topics:
    Exotic & Savage Beasts
    Calorie Information

Friday, June 12, 2009
Topics:
     Master Con Artist
     Calculating Not Crazy
     Iran‘s President: Did He Win?

Monday, June 15, 2009
Topics:
    Money Lady
    Suze Orman, Financial Advisor
    Suze‘s Rules
    A Bloody Democracy: Iran

Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Topics:
    Deadly Unrest: Iran‘s Streets
    Fast Food Facelift
      Seal Showdown

Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Topics:
    Geithner: Defends The Economic Play
    Iran‘s Election Chaos
    Co-ops Home to Urban Coops

Thursday, June 18, 2009
Topics:
    Food, Inc…Food Production
    Severe Weather Tares
    Lionel Richie

Friday, June 19, 2009
Topics:
     A Mother‘s Stand
     Her Daughter Accused
     What A Ride: Tony Hawk

Monday, June 22, 2009
Topics:
    DC‘s Commuter Nightmare
    Teen Pregnancy
    Obama & The Economy

Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Topics:
    DC Train Wreck
    Weather Forecast
    Lionel Richie

Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Topics:
    Obama and the Healthcare System

Thursday, June 25, 2009
Topics:
    Remembering Michael Jackson & Farah Fawcett
    The Reach of Michael Jackson‘s Influence
    Gov. Mark Sanford‘s Love Affair

Friday, June 26, 2009
Topics:
     A Star‘s Final Days
      A World in Mourning

Monday, June 29, 2009
Topics:
    Latest on the Death of Michael Jackson
    Bernard Madoff‘s Maximum Sentence

Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Topics:
    TMZ on Breaking the Jackson News
    If You Think You Understand Alzheimer‘s? Think Again
    ‗Virtual Dementia Tour‘ Leaves Participants Frustrated by Sympathetic

								
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