NBC Special for Monday, Nov 03, 1980
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Live NBC morning news program "The Today Show," notable for its preparatory coverage of the 1980 Presidential election and the situation with the conditions for the release of the hostages, hosted by Tom Brokaw and Jane Pauley. With reports and analysis from Cliff Morrison, Judy Woodruff, Bernard Kalb, Richard Valeriani, Heidi Schulman, Dianne Wildman, John Palmer, Tom Pettit, David Broder (Washington Post), Jack Germond (Washington Star), Bob Jimenez, and Jim Cummins.
Live footage of interviews with Dorothy Limbert, George Bush, Richard Scammon, Burns Roper, Jody Powell, Robert Strauss, Robert Spero, Thomas Shack, Louisa Kennedy, Toni McRae, and James David Barber.
Taped footage of interviews with Henry Kissinger, Ed Meese, Jody Powell, Dorothy Limbert, Lee Brown, and Ron Pollard.
Taped footage of statements from Ronald Reagan and Representative John Anderson.
Paid political ad from Representative John Anderson.
- Morrison, Cliff;
- Woodruff, Judy;
- Kalb, Bernard;
- Kalb, Marvin;
- Valeriani, Richard;
- Schulman, Heidi;
- Wildman, Dianne;
- Palmer, John;
- Pettit, Tom;
- Jimenez, Bob;
- Cummins, Jim
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