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Attention Hollywood publicists: Don’t expect “CBS This Morning” to do a five-part series on your new movie in return for an exclusive interview with your star. That is the word from Kathleen Sullivan, the program’s co-anchor. While not accusing rival morning programs of such things, Sullivan, interviewed Tuesday by visiting TV writers in New York, said that’s what publicists try to do and “I think the system stinks.” They’re out of their gourds to try that with her program, she suggested, emphasizing that “we don’t play. We don’t make deals.”


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