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Encyclopedia > 48 Hours

48 Hours can refer to:

The 48 Hours title card, circa 1994
The 48 Hours title card, circa 1994
The original style of the program was to present a single news story as it unfolds over the span of two days. Although it does cover breaking news, it also covers in-depth features. Now, the show focuses on real-life mysteries and crime stories.
Correspondents have included Bernard Goldberg, Erin Moriarty and Peter Van Sant.
  • "48 Hours" was a nickname for Abner Doubleday. It is both a pun on his name as well as a criticism of his indecision as a commander during the American Civil War. It was said that he needed a "double day" to make a decision.
  • 48 Hours is an unreleased album by Ryan Adams recorded in two days in june 2001 right after Gold was completed.

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48 Hours at AllExperts (265 words)
*48 Hours is a documentary and news television program broadcast on the CBS television network since 1988.
*"48 Hours" was a nickname for Abner Doubleday.
*48 Hours is a song by The Clash from the album The Clash U.K. 48 Hours is an unreleased album by Ryan Adams recorded in two days in june 2001 right after Gold was completed.
Up Next , Find Out What's Coming Up Next On 48 Hours - CBS News (1712 words)
Correspondent Harold Dow reports on the case for 48 Hours Mystery, this Saturday at 10 p.m.
Correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports on the case for 48 Hours Mystery, this Saturday at 10 p.m.
Correspondent Hannah Storm reports for 48 Hours Mystery, Tuesday at 10 p.m.
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