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Democratic National Convention: Day Three #760879

NBC Special for Wednesday, Jul 28, 2004

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  • Live NBC coverage of the third night of the Democratic National Convention in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Includes live coverage of speeches by Elizabeth Edwards and Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Senator John Edwards (D-NC).
  • Coverage is provided by anchor Tom Brokaw, correspondent Brian Williams, Washington Bureau Chief Tim Russert, and correspondent Campbell Brown.
  • Includes interviews with Senator Joseph Biden (D-DE), Governor Howard Dean, and Mike Medeiros, who served with Senator Kerry in the Vietnam War.
  • Reporter(s):
    Williams, Brian;
    Russert, Tim;
    Brown, Campbell

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