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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-06

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JN: On a personal note, how

did/does Judaism impact your life?
AB:We grew up understanding that
we were Jewish. My grandparents were
Russian immigrants and their history
and culture were important to me.
One of the most important and influ-
ential people in my life was the rabbi
at our temple. Because of my back-

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done in a way viewers understand the
broad issues.
It saddens me to hear that people
think CNN is biased. The toughest
and nastiest mail comes from
American Jews who, because I am
Jewish, expect something of me I can't
give them. Some of the most repulsive
things said to me were by my people,
and I can't tell you how angry and sad
that makes me.

spondents around the world who cov-
ered the attacks.
From 7:30-8 p.m., Rather will
anchor a half-hour news special, and
60 Minutes 11, from 8-9 p.m., will
present an exclusive interview with
President Bush with Scott Pelley.
This will be followed by a rebroad-
cast of the two-hour first-person docu-
mentary shot Sept. 11, 2001, at
Ground Zero by French filmmakers
Jules and . Geodeon Naudet and fire-
fighter James Hanlon.
Over at NBC, the daylong com-
memorations, America Remembers,
begin with a six-hour Today show
from 7 a.m.-1 p.m..co-anchored by
Katie Couric and Matt Lauer.
The duo will cover the live memori-
als and interview decision-makers
from Washington, D.C., and New
York. They will also focus on home-
land security measures, intelligence
gatherings and how life has changed
for many of the families of the vic-
tims.
From 1-4 p.m. Tom Brokaw will
anchor live reports around the country
as well as moderate a town hall meet-
ing with family members, survivors
and rescue workers.
From 4-6:30 p.m. Brian Williams
will anchor a news program summa-
rizing the day's events. This will be fol-
lowed by an additional one-hour edi-
tion of NBC Nightly News, in which
Brokaw will focus on the ways the 9-
11 attacks have changed the country
and world.
NBC will air Concert for America

ground, I bring to work a sense of
Jewish values.

JN: Do you work on the High Holy
Days?
AB:I invoke the Sandy Koufax rule.
That was the life lesson from my
mother. On Rosh Hashanah we would
ask if we could go to the movies, and
she would say, "No, Sandy Koufax
didn't pitch and you are not going to
the movies!"
[Like Koufax], I won't work on Yom
Kippur, unless something huge hap-
pens and I have to come in. And
these days, anything can happen. 111

NewsNight with Aaron Brown airs
10 p.m. weeknights on CNN.

from 9-11 p.m. The concert, to be
taped Sept. 9 at the Kennedy Center
in Washington, D.C., will feature Alan
Jackson, Al Green,•Placido Domingo,
Aretha Franklin and the National
Symphony Orchestra.

Other Highlights

Among its other PBS special pro-
grams, Detroit Public Television-
Channel 56 will broadcast Requiem
for Sept. 11, a 10 p.m. live concert
from Liberty Park, a New Jersey park
overlooking the Statue of Liberty
and downtown Manhattan.
HBO will rebroadcast its documen-
tary In Memoriam: New York City, 9-
11-01. A&E and the History Channel
will run a continuous scroll, listing the
names of those who died in the
attacks. The listing gets under way at
8:46 a.m., the time the first plane
struck the World Trade Center.
Fox will broadcast the two-hour
The Day America Changed, with
Shepard Smith at Ground Zero and
Greta Van Susteren at the Pentagon,
and will pick up live feed from the
Fox News Channel, which along
with fellow cable news outlets CNN
and MSNBC, will offer round-the-
clock coverage with a 9-11 theme.
National Public Radio, heard
locally on Detroit's WDET-FM
(101.9) and Ann Arbor's WUOM-
FM (91.7), is devoting its entire day
to Voices of Reflection, a live collec-
tion of reports, interviews and
music. The two local stations will
carry much of the national NPR
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