Although I didn't see the original broadcast, if I'm not mistaken this is
the same program as "9/11: A Filmmaker's Perspective," with the two French
brothers Jules & Gedeon Naudet (we just reviewed it and other 9/11-related
titles in our pre-pub reviews section for Video Librarian Plus subscribers
This title is now available on the Paramount Home Video label on both VHS
and DVD. But all the host segments (including Robert De Niro's) have been
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Subject: CBS 9/11 special to be rebroadcast tomorrow night
> CBS will be rebroadcasting the 9-11 special hosted by Robert DeNiro. At
> that time, there was a lot of interest in obtaining copies, but CBS was
> not making copies available to the public.
> Is anyone considering taping it, and if so, how would you be able to use
> it legally for class showings? I would imagine that if the "Guidelines
> for Off-Air Recordings" were imposed, it would be possible, although for
> a short period of time.
> Any ideas?
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