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[09/22/05 - 12:00 AM]
CbsnewS.com Will Offer Free Podcasts of "60 Minutes" Reports Beginning Monday, SepT. 26

[via press release from CBS]

CBSNEWS.COM WILL OFFER FREE PODCASTS OF "60 MINUTES" REPORTS BEGINNING MONDAY, SEPT. 26

CBSNews.com will offer free podcasts of one 60 MINUTES report per week beginning on Monday, Sept. 26.

The first 60 MINUTES segment to be made available as a free podcast will be Lesley Stahl's exclusive interview with former American hostage Roy Hallums, who recounts his 10 months as a captive in Iraq. Stahl's report will be broadcast on the 38th season premiere of 60 MINUTES, Sunday, Sept. 25 (7:00-8:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and available on CBSNews.com on Monday (26).

FACE THE NATION, CBS News' Sunday morning public affairs program, will continue to be available as a free podcast on the CBSNews.com website, as well as these reports from CBS Radio News: "Weekend Round Up," an in-depth look at the week's headlines; "Harry Smith Reporting," commentary from the EARLY SHOW co-anchor; "What's in the News," a report on the big story of the day; "Entertainment Report," the latest on celebrities and the entertainment industry; "Wired Magazine," the latest in technology news; and "Larry Magid's Tech Report," technology news from the CBS Radio News guru.

CBSNews.com is the network's 24-hour broadband, on-demand news service, which draws on the worldwide, award-winning resources of CBS News. The network's correspondents file, update and expand their stories 24 hours a day, continuously enriching the editorial content of the site by providing more insight and context to the latest breaking news stories. CBSNews.com has been an industry-leading provider of advertiser-supported free broadband video on demand. CBSNews.com, CBS.com and CBS SportsLine.com are all part of the CBS Digital Media division.

Larry Kramer is President, CBS Digital Media; Betsy Morgan is Senior Vice President, CBS Digital Media and General Manager, CBSNews.com; and Mike Sims is Director, News and Operations, CBSNews.com.





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