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Name Kennedy, John F.

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John F. Kennedy -

Conclusion of JFK's huge inaugural bash in 1961. See tape TV-8109 for further details.

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Politics; Debate - The Kennedy-Nixon Debates

A 1990 production retrospective of the historic 1960 debates between Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon- including archival footage of the original debates.

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Larry King - Remembering Jack Paar

Assorted stars share their memories of the late talk show host. In color in original broadcast form Commercials intact. COMMERCIALS: Citracal w/Chris Evert Ditech.com IRS efile Volvo Verizon Wireless Cisco Systems Cavit Wine Collection Jewel Foods w/Patricia Heaton Healthramp Romano's Macaroni Grill Plavix Ford Genuine Parts Service American Airlines Celebrex Post Total Cereal CIC Online.org Comcast Cadillac of Naperville Aspercreme New Phase General Motors MCI w/James Taylor Direct TV w/Lawrence Fishburne Oxyclean.

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Politics; Debate - Kennedy, John F. - Nixon, Richard M. - 2nd Debate- 1960

Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice-President Richard M. Nixon return to debate the country's state of affairs. Broadcast live from Washington D.C. over ABC, CBS, and NBC television networks. This is the second debate of the candidates broadcast in presidential Electon year 1960. Moderated by NBC newsman Frank McGee.

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Television and the Presidency -

Documentary examining the impact television has made on the presidency.

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John F. Kennedy -

This documentary covers the assassination of former President Kennedy and the media’s reaction to it. Narrated by Jane Pauley, the program displays how a stunned world would make television its primary source of breaking news - as Dallas journalists found themselves delivering a wrenching story to the American people.

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News - ABC News Special - John F. Kennedy Assassination: Beyond the Conspiracy

This documentary takes a look back at the assassination of John F. Kennedy. After forty years since that day, many Americans speculate that there was some conspiracy involved. Focusing on the work of Dale Myers, an award winning animator, we are taken back to that day in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963. Jennings also interviews friends and family members of Oswald, as well as former officials who were involved in the investigation.

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John F. Kennedy -

This documentary takes us back forty years to the assassination of JFK. Focusing on interviews by journalists, friends, celebrities, and the White House staff, we see how this tragedy affected them. Most of all, viewers get to see the legacy that John F. Kennedy left behind.

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Dan Rather - A Reporter Remembers

This special report honors Rather’s fifty years of broadcasting. Viewers take a close look at historical events that he was a part of through reporting, especially the civil rights movement. Rather recounts his experience as he was reporting in Dallas when JFK was killed.

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Greatest American Top 25 -

Highlighting the lives of prominent Americans past and present, the viewing audience is encouraged to vote on one of the top 25 Americans.

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Midwest Pioneer Broadcasters -

The Midwest Pioneer Broadcasters Meeting starts out as a charming strand of "war" stories in broadcasting. From early television in 1948 to covering the National Republican and Democratic conventions tirelessly for three decades, interesting memories fill the air. Another recounts his meeting with Edward R. Murrow: "Take the first broadcasting job you can get," he told the then recent graduate. Then the discussion turns to the old media—which was more liberal than the new media. Why?

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Midwest Pioneer Broadcasters - Part 2 of 2

The Midwest Pioneer Broadcasters Meeting starts out as a charming strand of "war" stories in broadcasting. From early television in 1948 to covering the National Republican and Democratic conventions tirelessly for three decades, interesting memories fill the air. Another recounts his meeting with Edward R. Murrow: "Take the first broadcasting job you can get," he told the then recent graduate. Then the discussion turns to the old media—which was more liberal than the new media. Why?

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American Experience - Robert F. Kennedy

This biography reviews the remarkable life of RFK who became his brother’s closest advisor and how his brother’s death left him bereft of a role that had given his life meaning. Extensive interviews with family, friends, Washington insiders, and a look at his complicated relationships with leaders of his day such as Johnson and Martin Luther King weave a rich tapestry.

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John F. Kennedy -

Looking back over 40 years television and print journalists recall their stories and memories of reporting the murder of President Kennedy and how it changed the country and changed the way the public gets its news.

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Presidents - Truman to Ford (1945-1977)

A historical compendium of the 42 men who have served as the chief executive of the United States taking us from George Washington to George W. Bush. Each segment discusses the highlights and often lowlights of the men who have served. This episode covers from President Harry S. Truman to President Gerald Ford.

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History In The Making: The Presidential Debates -

As the country look forward to the 1996 Presidential campaigns of Bill Clinton and Bob Dole, host, Sander Vanocur and his guests take a look back at and discuss the Presidential debates between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon and discuss how presidential campaigning and debating have changed. Included is footage from the Kennedy/Nixon debate held September 26, 1960.

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Politics; General - 4 Top Political Clips

*1969 1st Moon landing- NBC w/David Brinkley *NBC NEWS SPECIAL REPORT 1974 Nixon Resignation Announcement- NBC w/John Channcellor including Nixon speech and scene of Nixon flying off in helicopter. Please confirm spelling of "Channcellor." *1963 announc

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News - NBC News Content for Chicago Museum - Compilation

Index of content on TV_20889: Stevenson asks about missiles in Cuba 01:22 Spiro Agnew no audio 01:34 Barbara Jo 01:32 Birmingham Civil Rights no audio 01:34 Bush post 9/11 State of the Union 36:04 Bush at Ground Zero no audio 01:55 Bush "Mission Accomplished" 03:18 Bush 9/11 National Cathedral 04:13 Bush in New Orleans (Katrina) 04:10 Churchill "Iron Curtain" 00:59 Clarence Thomas testifies 01:09 Clinton impeachment vote 07:50 Clinton "What is is" 01:50 Clinton "I did not have sexual relations..." 00:36 Dean Scream 00:48 DNC Mondale no audio 00:31 Eisenhower farewell 02:24 2000 Election Night 01:19 M