NewsWorks Tonight December 20, 2012 – Full Show


    Carolyn Beeler reports on conjoined twins successfully separated at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, who were introduced to the world today.  Emma Jacobs follows the self-employed as they try to resist the urge to work through the holidays.  We talk to State Impact, Pennsylvania reporters Susan Phillips and Scott Detrow, new recipients of the prestigious Alfred I. Dupont Broadcast Journalism Award.  Phil Gregory reports now that New Jersey Mayor Cory Booker has decided not to run for New Jersey governor, the race appears to be wide open.  We talk to Sherri Hope Culver, director of Temple’s Center for Media and Information Literacy, about ads targetted at children during the holidays.  And Peter Crimmins brings us a new Philadelphia theater production that takes a grim view of Christmas.

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