[eDebate] Liberty Debate on CBS - Friday

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Mon Mar 13 17:06:05 CST 2006





You Choose, Steve Hartman Reports

NEW YORK, March 13, 2006   
CBS News correspondent Steve Hartman  (John  Filo/CBS)

Your Turn

E-mail us your Assignment  America story ideas at _assignment at cbsnews.com_ 
(mailto:assignment at cbsnews.com) .

(CBS) Every year the major networks (CBS included)  spend millions of dollars 
trying to figure out what people want to see on TV.  Yet, in the end, much of 
the programming isn't what you would have picked  at all. 

That's why we're now giving you a direct say in the matter. You  and the rest 
of our viewers will be able to pick some of the stories we air on  the CBS 
Evening News with Bob Schieffer. 

You, the viewer,  are officially in charge of all the assignments of CBS News 
correspondent  Steve Hartman. You get to tell him where to go and what to do ?
 within  reason, of course. 

Every Friday we present three story pitches and you  get to vote for the 
story you think sounds most interesting. Whichever story  gets the most votes by 2 
p.m. ET on Monday is the winner. 

Last week  viewers decided they wanted Steve Hartman to report on _a hip-hop 
(http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/03/10/eveningnews/main1391508.shtml) . 

This week's  winning story pitch is: 

Meet America's top-ranked college debate team. Move over Harvard,  here comes 
Liberty University. 

Watch Friday's CBS Evening News  with Bob Schieffer to see Steve's report.  

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