Kerry Camp Wants Equal Time
By Staff -- Broadcasting & Cable, 10/17/2004 8:00:00 PM
WASHINGTON — The John Kerry campaign Friday formally requested time on Sinclair stations to respond to anti-Kerry allegations contained in a documentary the Baltimore-based station group plans to air, at least in part, perhaps next week.
"Please consider this a request that each Sinclair station that airs the documentary provide supporters of the Kerry-Edwards campaign with a similar amount of time on that station before the election at a time where an audience of similar size can be expected to be viewing the station," wrote Marc Elias, general counsel for the Kerry-Edwards campaign, in a letter to Sinclair CEO David Smith. Sinclair officials insist they've already offered Kerry or his supporters a chance to respond to the allegations (see story, page 16).
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