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Special Segment (Saturn) #543351

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 04, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Detroit, Michigan) Implications of General Motor's Saturn auto project for US auto industry as a whole examined. [Dr. David COLE - explains significance of GM's manufacturing process with Saturn.] Henry Ford's first auto assembly line recalled; photos shown. Saturn project's changes explained, discussed. [Saturn manager Reid RUNDELL - explains new approach to workers.] [UAW spokesperson Don EPHLIN - feels project is critical for industry's future.] Demands under negotiation by labor and management mentioned. [GM chairperson Roger SMITH - feels "saturnization" of General Motors is applicable to other inds.] [Governor Mario CUOMO - notes states' competition for Saturn plant.]
REPORTER: Mike Jensen

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Jensen, Mike
Duration:
00:04:30

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