Republican National Convention #858466
NBC Special for Tuesday, Jul 15, 1980
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Live NBC news coverage of the 1980 Republican National Convention in Detroit, Michigan, hosted by John Chancellor and David Brinkley. With reports and analysis from Garrick Utley, Tom Pettit, Tom Brokaw, Chris Wallace, Jessica Savitch, Emery King, Bill Monroe, Heidi Schulman, Jim Cummins, Steve Delaney, Ken Bode and Carole Simpson.
Live footage of a speech from Ronald Reagan.
Live footage of interviews with Keith Bulen, Arthur Fletcher, Dovie Pickett, Robert Strauss, Senator Carl Levin, Carla Hills, Glenda Matoon, Representative Robert Bauman, Jeanne Bradner, Charles Black and Mitchell Mercer.
Taped footage of interviews and speeches from Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Senator Richard Lugar, Representative Jack Kemp.
- Utley, Garrick;
- Pettit, Tom;
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Wallace, Chris;
- Savitch, Jessica;
- King, Emery;
- Monroe, Bill;
- Schulman, Heidi;
- Cummins, Jim;
- Delaney, Steve;
- Bode, Ken;
- Simpson, Carole
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