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NBC Special for Wednesday, Jul 16, 1980

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  • Live NBC news program "Today" notable for it's coverage of the Republican Convention, hosted by Tom Brokaw and Jane Pauley. With reports and analysis from Willard Scott, Heidi Schulman, James Polk, Tom Pettit, Jack Germond (Washington Star), David Broder (Washington Post), Bob Abernathy, Hilary Brown, Bob Jamieson, and Eric Byrnes.
  • Live footage of interviews with Reverend Jerry Falwell, Senator Barry Goldwater, and Ron Ziegler.
  • Tape footage of interviews and statements from Gerald Ford, Senator Robert Dole, Governor James Rhodes, Representatives Richard Kelly and John Anderson, Reverend David Wood, Yvonne Alfred, Edith Holm, and Dr. Henry Kissinger.
  • Reporter(s):
    Scott, Willard;
    Schulman, Heidi;
    Polk, James;
    Pettit, Tom;
    Abernathy, Bob;
    Brown, Hilary;
    Jamieson, Bob;
    Brynes, Eric

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