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Democratic National Convention #856499

NBC Special for Monday, Aug 11, 1980

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  • Live NBC news coverage of the 1980 Democratic National Convention in New York City, NY, hosted by John Chancellor and David Brinkley. With reports and analysis from Edwin Newman, Judy Woodruff, Tom Brokaw, Douglas Kiker, Garrick Utley, Chris Wallace, Tom Pettit, Bill Monroe, and Bob Kur.
  • Live footage of speeches from Mayor Edward Koch, Representative Thomas O'Neill, Jr., and John C. White.
  • Live footage of interviews with Vice-President Walter Mondale, Jody Powell, Joan Mondale, Harold Ickes, Gary Ackerman, Jesse Unruh, Senator Daniel Moynihan, Frank Moore, Midge Costanza, Bill Brock, Senator Rudy Boschwitz, Dudley Dudley, Governor John D. Rockefeller, and Muhammed Ali.
  • Reporter(s):
    Newman, Edwin;
    Woodruff, Judy;
    Brokaw, Tom;
    Kiker, Douglas;
    Utley, Garrick;
    Wallace, Chris;
    Pettit, Tom;
    Monroe, Bill;
    Kur, Bob
    Duration:
    01:01:10

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