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Topic - Jeff Collins
Ann Curry, replaced as one of the NBC's "Today" show hosts in June, made a return to the show's set in London.
Leaders of a Hutterite colony are demanding an apology from the National Geographic Society and a pledge that it never again broadcast a television show they say misrepresented their way of life and damaged their reputation.
A TV documentary series about an Anabaptist community in Montana offers a "distorted" and contrived image, bishops representing the Hutterite faith in the U.S. and Canada said Thursday.
Producer Jeff Collins said he believes the negative response to the series originated with Hutterite elders in Canada.
Collins also said he believes the statements from colony members disavowing the show were coerced by elders who have threatened members with excommunication if they don't write them.