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Today: Republican Convention #855547

NBC Special for Tuesday, Jul 15, 1980

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  • NBC coverage on "Today" of the 1980 Republican Convention
  • Reporters: Robert Hager, Tom Brokaw, Carl Stern, Jane Pauley, Bob Jamieson, Tom Pettit, Eric Burns.
  • Taped excerpts of statements by Billy Carter, Gerald Ford, Bud Shuster.
  • Live interviews with Jack Kemp, William Cohen, John Anderson, William Safire, Jack Germond, David Broder, Nancy Kassebaum, Lionel Hampton, Art Ulene.
  • Due to technical difficulties, there is no video during the first two minutes, and the first three minutes of broadcast was not taped.
  • {No video until 7:05:10}
    Hager, Robert;
    Brokaw, Tom;
    Stern, Carl;
    Pauley, Jane;
    Jamieson, Bob;
    Pettit, Tom;
    Burns, Eric

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