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NBC Special for Thursday, Jul 17, 1980

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  • Live NBC morning news program The Today Show, notable for its coverage of the 1980 Republican National Convention, hosted by Tom Brokaw and Jane Pauley. With reports and analysis from Willard Scott, Heidi Schulman, Lee McCarthy, Jim Cummins, Bob Abernathy, Frank Bourgholtzer, Bob Jameson, Don Oliver, Stephen Frazier, Norma Quarles, Tom Pettit, David Broder (Washington Post), Jack Germond (Washington Star), and Eric Byrnes.
  • Live footage of interviews with Bill Brock, Senator Robert Dole, William French Smith, Holmes Tuttle, Maureen Reagan, Enid Greene, and Stephen Gibble.
  • Live footage of a statement from Lyn Nofziger.
  • Taped footage of interviews and statements from Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Representative John Anderson, Sameer Abraham, Jamal Shallal, Bill Brock, Senator Robert Dole, Ken Buck, and Lori DeMichele.
  • Reporter(s):
    Scott, Willard;
    Schulman, Heidi;
    McCarthy, Lee;
    Abernathy, Bob;
    Bourgholtzer, Frank;
    Jameson, Bob;
    Oliver, Don;
    Frazier, Stephen;
    Quarles, Norma;
    Pettit, Tom

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