World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #730391
CNN Special for Friday, Sep 14, 2001
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Anchors: 10:00 Aaron Brown / 10:07 Jeff Greenfield
Reporters: 10:04 Kelli Arena / 10:36 Bruce Morton / 10:38 Richard Blystone / 10:41 Anne McDermott / 10:44 Beth Nissen / 10:48 Jonathan Karl
Interviews: 10:00:00 concluding remarks from Reverend Robert Schuller / 10:08:30 Ambassador L. Paul Bremer / 10:11:50 New York Times reporter Judith Miller / 10:16:20 New York Daily News reporter Zev Chafets
Family members of victims: none
Live video: 10:03:00 cockpit voice recorder found at Pennsylvania crash site / 10:04:30 two men taken into custody in Texas for questioning / 10:06:20 Use of Force Resolution passed in Senate / 10:08:30 views on how U.S. should respond to terrorism
Video footage: 10:35:00 pictures of scenes in WTC during evacuation / 10:36:20 Bruce Morton's segment on church services held throughout the country / 10:38:50 Richard Blystone's segment on reactions in Arab communities throughout the U.S. / 10:41:50 Anne McDermott's segment on patriotism and remembrance / 10:44:20 Beth Nissen's segment on how New Yorkers are coping with the tragedy / 10:49:00 Jonathan Karl's segment on the history of the Use of Force Resolution / 10:57:00 montage of events set to music "America the Beautiful"
Public statements: none
- Arena, Kelli;
- Morton, Bruce;
- Blystone, Richard;
- McDermott, Anne;
- Nissen, Beth;
- Karl, Jonathan
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