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Chris Hadley

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  1. WWL in New Orleans used the "SIP 1 (Station Image Package 1)" for their news opens, and the "globe" animation for their movie opens. However, they intercut clips from movies in their library and added their own titles to those opens, as seen here. I'm wondering where the music came from, though. (This was from ewjxn's collection, but I brightened up the original video):
  2. Nightline's tribute to pioneering ABC News/Sports head Roone Arledge on the day of his passing - Dec. 5, 2002 - with comments from Ted Koppel, Peter Jennings, Barbara Walters, Jim McKay and Frank Gifford:
  3. Full CBS News coverage (w/local coverage from KPIX in San Francisco) of the Bush/Dukakis election from November 8, 1988:
  4. NBC reports on the Loma Prieta earthquake minutes after it struck Candlestick Park before game 3 of the World Series on Oct. 17, 1989: CNN coverage of the earthquake - part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Part 4: Part 5: Part 6: Coverage of the Mexico City earthquake via the CBS Evening News w/Dan Rather from Sept. 19th, 20th, 23rd and 24th:
  5. Just got done editing the full 1 minute version of said close from various sources. Here it is, for your listening pleasure. Please feel free to move this to the News Music/Voiceovers board if needed... https://drive.google.com/open?id=1x8unlaIbSXRxcEs7waUVUqsJietgJetw
  6. ABC News' coverage of the start of the second Iraq War as news broke of the first air strikes on March 19, 2003:
  7. In May 1989, Dan Rather and the CBS News team arrived in China to cover the summit meeting between Communist Party leaders and Soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev - a meeting that played against the backdrop of historic pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square. The full week of CBS Evening News reports from Beijing comes courtesy of btm0815bma. Monday, May 15th: Tuesday, May 16th: Wednesday, May 17th: Thursday, May 18th: Friday, May 19th (a few hours prior to when CBS and other outside media were forced to cease communication by the Chinese government as the crackdown on the student protestors intensified during government-imposed martial law):
  8. Dan Rather leads CBS News' coverage of the start of the second Iraq War on March 19th, 2003 (courtesy btm0815ma): ABC News Nightline coverage from the same evening:
  9. Also from C.M. Sloan, CNN Headline News from early November 25, 1988 (not 1998):
  10. From my new NOLA TV archive page, here are some WWL-TV newscasts from July 22, 1996. 12 PM w/Bill Elder, Don Westbrook and Phil Johnson: https://archive.org/details/wwl07229612pm 6 PM w/Dennis Woltering, Angela Hill, Mike Hoss (in for Jim Henderson) and Dave Barnes: https://archive.org/details/wwl6pm072296 10 PM segment w/Nancy Russo forecast, final story and repeat of that day's Phil Johnson editorial: https://archive.org/details/wwl07229610pm From WGNO, circa March 21, 2006: https://archive.org/details/wgno2006 From WVUE, the end of its 9 PM newscast followed by the 2001 edition of its annual "Weathering The Storm" hurricane preparedness special: https://archive.org/details/wvuestorm2001 All these came from tapes recently acquired by jacky9br (who posted the earlier WVUE Fox 8 9 PM news from 7/22/96).
  11. From January 26, 1981, a segment from WWL's Eyewitness Morning News w/co-anchors John Quaintance and the late Andre Trevigne. Features reports from Dennis Wolter(ing), Taylor Henry and the legendary Bill Elder.
  12. Via WPXI in Pittsburgh, an hour block of CNN Headline News from November 22, 1986:
  13. First segment of WDSU's 10 PM NewsCenter 6 from December 10, 1986:
  14. Featuring WDSU's version of the '86-'87 "Come Home To NBC" campaign ID:
  15. Long before WGNO had an actual functioning news operation that tried to compete with WWL, WDSU and WVUE, the then-independent Ch. 26 - like many indies around the country - carried prime time news briefs in lieu of traditional half-hour newscasts. For years during the pre-ABC era, these news briefs were anchored by Mel Leavitt (legendary WDSU newsman/sportscaster) who hosted public affairs programs on Ch. 26 in addition to booth announcing for the station, as you'll hear in the movie opens on this clip:
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