Vanderbilt Television News Archive

Special News Broadcast recorded from ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 26, 2005


Title: Nightline

Abstract:

  • Taped segment with Bob Woodruff (ABC), Logan Darrow Clements‡, Souter neighbors David and Jan Trudo, Weare (New Hampshire) town moderator Neal Kurk, Weare residents Joshua Solomon‡, Johnna Grzywacz, Gary Hopper, Laura Buono of the Weare Board of Selectmen, Weare resident Forrest Esenwein‡, and Souter family friend Reverend John McCausland re: efforts by some of those opposed to the recent Supreme Court decision in favor of seizing land for public use to have Supreme Court Justice David Souter’s home seized.
  • Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), Rutgers University Professor James Hughes, former Kenilworth Mayor Livio Mancino‡, Andrew LaSala of Cannondale Building and Design, home builder Louis Bloom‡, and Chevy Chase Mayor William Hudnut‡ re: the trend toward tearing down older homes and replacing them with much larger ones.
  • Taped segment with Woodruff, Emmitt Till’s mother Mamie Till Mobley, and Reverend Al Sharpton, and a brief live discussion between Woodruff and filmmaker Keith Beauchamp re: issues related to the 1955 murder of Emmitt Till.
  • A brief live discussion between Woodruff and Weather Channel reporter Mike Seidel re: Hurricane Katrina.
  • Begin Time:02:16:00 am
    End Time:02:46:00 am
    TVN Record Number:801384
    Copyright:Abstract and Metadata (c) 2005-2009 Vanderbilt University
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