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This TV publicity image released by ABC shows Darby Stanchfield, right, in a scene from the series "Scandal." A study of 392 prime-time scripted programs on broadcast networks shown in the month following Vice President Joe Biden's January meeting with entertainment industry executives revealed that 193 had some incident of violence, according to the Parents Television Council. (AP Photo/ABC, Danny Feld)

Report shows persistence of TV violence

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NEW YORK (AP) -- Violence, gore and gunplay were staples on prime-time television even in the most sensitive period directly following the Newtown school shooting.

By DAVID BAUDER

AP Television Writer

NEW YORK (AP) -- Violence, gore and gunplay were staples on prime-time television even in the most sensitive period directly following the Newtown school shooting.

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