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9/3/08

KCBD Hears From Concerned Viewers on President's Speech

NewsChannel 11 has taken phone calls and e-mails from viewers unhappy with the presentation of President Bush's speech by NBC News Tuesday night at the Republican National Convention.

NBC News tells us it was a technical error that caused his remarks to be broadcast without crowd reaction or applause. General Manager Dan Jackson says he has taken those concerns to the network.

Jackson says, "I have expressed how very disappointed we were in what's been described as 'technical issues' with the president's speech last night on NBC News. And although we have no control over that national broadcast, we are making the error free version of the president's remarks available to our viewers on our web site."

To see the speech, click here.

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