Flap over Sinclair's Plan to Air Kerry Movie

A controversy erupts over the Sinclair Broadcast Group's plan for its stations to air a movie considered to be biased against Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry. The company plans to air a documentary about Kerry's anti-war activities on its 62 TV stations nationwide, running the movie commercial-free two weeks before the election. NPR's John McChesney reports.



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