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Name Callaway, John

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Chicago Tonight - #3043 The Great Debate

John Callaway discusses the first Kennedy-Nixon Presidential debate with three reporters who originally covered the story: Hugh Hill, Charles Cleveland, and John Madigan.

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Chicago Tonight - #2040 Mondale-Reagan Debate Analysis

An analysis of the first 1984 presidential debate with political commentators Thomas Roeser, Ted Demos, Wayne Booth, and Bruce DuMont.

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Chicago Tonight - Harry Carey

Bruce DuMont interviews sportscaster Harry Caray.

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Chicago Tonight - Super Bowl Wrap-Up

A look at the Chicago Bears' victory in Super Bowl XX including interviews with players and fans.

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Chicago Tonight - Gary Dotson, Issues Surrounding the Case and Suburban Mayors

First segment deals with the legal issues involved in the Gary Dotson case. Second segment is a discussion of suburban issues by suburban mayors.

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Chicago Tonight - Chicago Cubs

A discussion of the Chicago Cubs' 1984 season and of their chances in the upcoming playoff series.

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Chicago Tonight - #4210 The Museum of Broadcast Communications

Outlines the development of the museum.

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Chicago Tonight - Joe Sedelmaier

Host John Callaway interviews Joe Sedelmaier, the Chicago-based director of TV commercials, on his work and the world of advertising.

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Chicago Tonight - #6073 Election Special 1988

John Callaway leads the discussion of the possible results of the upcoming election.

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Callaway - Harold Washington

John Callaway talks with Mayor Harold Washington about his first six months in office and the upcoming city budget of 1984. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Chicago Tonight - Harold Washington

Mayor Harold Washington is John Callaway's guest for a discussion of Chicago's involvement in the 1992 World's Fair and civil rights laws on voting rights. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Chicago Tonight - #1001 Harold Washington (Premiere Episode)

Mayor Harold Washington joins John Callaway for the premiere of Chicago Tonight. Topics discussed include race relations and economic development for Chicago's neighborhoods. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Chicago Tonight - #4030 Harold Washington

Political reporter Bruce DuMont gives Mayor Harold Washington a report card for his time in office and discusses a new stadium for the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Public Library. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Chicago Tonight - #2017 Mayor & Reform

The Mayor defends his reform policies for the city of Chicago as Crain's Chicago Business publisher Joe Cappo points out the problems of such reforms. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Chicago Tonight - #4144 Harold Washington

As he runs for reelection, Mayor Harold Washington fields questions from John Callaway and Bruce DuMont about his campaign and listens to constructive criticism about his first four years in office. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Chicago Tonight - #4187 Mayoral Inaugural

Political activist Lu Palmer and the Chicago Tribune's R.C. Longworth discuss the second inaugural speech by Mayor Harold Washington and the CHA, education, and jobs. Also discussed is Chicago's future during Washington's second term. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Chicago Tonight - Ald. Timothy Evans & Ald. Bernard Stone

Aldermen Timothy Evans and Bernard Stone discuss with Bruce DuMont whether Mayor Harold Washington should run for reelection and talk about the image of the city. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Chicago Tonight - #3109 Harold Washington

Mayor Harold Washington and John Callaway review the year in Chicago politics and discuss the FBI investigation that is accusing some Chicago aldermen of foul play. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Chicago Tonight - Arthur Nielsen Jr.

Arthur Nielsen Jr. joins John Callaway for a discussion of the Nielsen Television Ratings.

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Chicago Tonight - #6056 Veep Debate Follow-Up

Analysis of the 1988 vice presidential debate between Democrat Lloyd Bentsen and Republican Dan Quayle.

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Chicago Tonight - #6142 Stepping On The Flag

A discussion of artistic free speech and the First Amendment. A look at the controversery around the Art Institute Exhibit of the American flag on the floor.

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Callaway - Floyd Kalber

Floyd Kalber discusses his return to Chicago as a WLS-TV news anchor, "happy talk" news in Chicago, his career at WMAQ-TV, and his work with Jane Pauley.

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Callaway - Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey discusses her new role as host of WLS-TV's "A.M. Chicago", her childhood, early career, and plans for the future.

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Chicago Tonight - #3096 Don Hewitt

Don Hewitt, creator and executive producer of CBS's "60 Minutes", discusses his association with the program, his new book, the aborted attempt to buy out the CBS News Division, and the business of television journalism. Includes clips from past "60 Minutes" programs.

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Chicago Tonight - Fred Friendly

Fred Friendly discusses his role as a critic of television journalism, public television, the state of network news, and his working relationship with Edward R. Murrow.