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Big Ten Network Does Not Air Press Conference On Penn State Findings
Published July 12, 2012
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CONTROLLING THE MESSAGE? In Philadelphia, Melissa Dribben reports students and alumni that gathered in Penn State's student center this morning “to watch the release of the Freeh report live were stunned when the channel suddenly switched.” Just as a news anchor “was ready to speak about the report, the television screens suddenly went blank.” They then “turned to a public access channel featuring a reporter from The Morning Call newspaper in Allentown about the state budget” (PHILLY.com, 7/12).