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#19507A: WABC RADIO NEWS
1965-11-22, WABC, 124 min.
Muhammad Ali, Bruce Morrow, Howard Cosell, Bill Moyers, Cassius Clay, Rocky Marciano, Chris Schenkel, Alex Drier, Tom Harmon, Floyd Patterson, Phil Pepe, Andy Granatelli, Steve McQueen

A look at tonight's title fight with Floyd Patterson vs. Champion Muhammad Ali. Tom Harmon plugs his sports news on WABC radio. News reports: Vietnam, Laos, NATO nuclear weapons reported by Bill Moyers. Join "Cousin Brucie" show. Song "one, two, three" is heard. Bruce Morrow sign off and fight coverage begins. Howard Cosell with pre-fight program. Sports writers predict who will win fight. 9-3  in favor of Ali. Press remains favoring Ali 3-1. Commercial, Alex Drier promotes new Steve McQueen film,  "The Cincinnati Kid."  Switch to ringside with Rocky Marciano joining Chris Schenkel and Howard Cosell.  
STP commercial with Andy Granatelli, followed by Colt 45 Malt  Liquor and Mercury autos for 1966. Fight begins. Ali wins by 12th round TKO. Ali is interviewed after the fight by Howard Cosell. Marciano, Cosell, and Schenkel review the fight. Marciano feels Patterson should now retire. Cosell interviews Phil Pepe who doesn't feel Patterson can fight again. Chris Schenkel praises Patterson as a boxer. Ali's trainer is interviewed. Wrap up. 
                                          
#19508B: ABC NEWS SITH FRANK REYNOLDS: JOINED IN PROGRESS
1965-11-23, ABC, min.
Howard K. Smith, Princess Margaret, Jack Smith, Bill Moyers, Frank Reynolds, Lord Snowden

Vietnam news: Bill Moyers on personal casualties, Jack Smith, son of Howard K. Smith is wounded, entire company wiped out, Howard K. Smith's reaction as father and reporter, Princess Margaret and Lord Snowden leave for home today.    

With commercials. Frank Reynolds host. Joined in progress.  
#15019N: CBS NEWS WITH WALTER CRONKITE, THE
1965-12-30, CBS, 29 min.
Walter Cronkite, Harry Reasoner, Bill Moyers

Presidential Press Secretary William Moyers is interviewed.

Host: Walter Cronkite. Also featured CBS newsman Harry Reasoner.            
#15015: VOICES IN THE HEADLINES: ABC RADIO NEWS
1966-01-01, ABC, 52 min.
Charles Osgood, Barry Goldwater, Edward P. Morgan, Lyndon B. Johnson, George Wallace, Bill Moyers, Fred Foy, Harold Wilson, Ted Koppel, Pope Paul V1, Ian Smith, Winston Churchill, Dr. Martin Luther King, Tom Schell, Don Allen, John MacVane, James Lovell Jr., Frank Boorman, James McDevitt, Martin Salzman, Ed White

Voices in The Headlines was an American news program broadcast on ABC radio featuring the top news stories of the day. It was hosted by long-time radio and television announcer Fred Foy. 

SPECIAL ONE HOUR BROADCAST.

A review of the news in 1965. The Vietnam War, anti-war protests, Pope Paul in the US, Russian & American space feats, Watts riots, civil rights demonstrations, voting rights, the US policy in Vietnam, the Dominican Republic crisis, India & Pakistan war, November 9th, 1965 Big Blackout on the East Coast,  Rhodesia independence, and the death of Winston Churchill.   

Narrator: Fred Foy.   

NOTE: Fred Foy, best known for his voicing the opening of THE LONE RANGER on radio joined the ABC TV announcing staff in New York in 1961. For ABC RADIO he narrated the award-winning news documentary, VOICES IN THE HEADLINES a 25-minute weekly wrap up of salient news events of the week with sound bites representing the news as it was recorded.                                                                                                                                          
#15019Y: NBC NEWS
1966-01-03, NBC, min.
Lyndon Johnson, Ted Koppel, Bill Moyers

A cancer label warning is put on cigarette packs, the movie "That Darn Cat" draws a six block-long line waiting for tickets to see it at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, an estimated 5,000 people. a report on deaths in 1965, President Johnson has gall bladder surgery, Ted Koppel on civil rights Selma to Montgomery.                          
#15126: ISSUES AND ANSWERS
1966-03-23, ABC, min.
Howard K. Smith, Bill Moyers

November 27, 1960-November 8, 1981. Newsmakers were interviewed by journalists on this public affairs program, ABC's counterpart of CBS's "Face The Nation" and NBC's "Meet The Press." In its earliest weeks, the series was entitled "ABC Press Conference." 

Guest Bill Moyers discusses the Vietnam war with moderator Howard K.Smith.




Howard K. Smith is the moderator                                                                                                                                 
#15377: WABC NEWS
1967-10-15, WABC, 2 min.
Bill Moyers, Bill Beutel

A conversation with Bill Moyers. Bill Beutel is the host.

Opening only.           
#15707: CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT WITH WALTER CRONKITE: "PEACE POLITICS AND THE PRESIDENT."
1968-04-01, CBS, 54 min.
Walter Cronkite, Lyndon Johnson, Bill Moyers, Richard Nixon, Dan Rather, George Herman, John Hughes, Theodore White

Special report on President Johnson's decision not to run for President and on the prospects for peace in Vietnam, George Herman and Dan Rather report, an extended interview with Richard Nixon, Comments from Bill Moyers, John Hughes, and Theodore White.                         
#15891: ABC NEWS WITH FRANK REYNOLDS, THE
1968-10-12, ABC, 24 min.
Lyndon Johnson, Ted Koppel, Bill Moyers, Richard Nixon, Jules Bergman, Frank Reynolds

Ted Koppel reports on President Johnson and Richard Nixon
Bill Moyers with commentary on Vietnam
Jules Bergman with a report on the Apollo 7 space flight.

Host: Frank Reynolds.              
#15894: CBS EVENING NEWS WITH ROGER MUDD
1968-10-12, CBS, 30 min.
Bill Moyers, Roger Mudd, Heywood Hale Broun

A report on the Apollo 7 space mission and other news. Bill Moyers commentary on student protesters.
Mexico Olympics begin. A report by Heywood Hale Broun. 

Host: Roger Mudd.                                                     
#15910: ABC NEWS WITH HOWARD K. SMITH
1968-10-25, ABC, min.
Howard K. Smith, Bill Moyers, Hubert Humphrey, George Wallace, Frank Reynolds, Edmund Muskie

A report on the Vietnam peace progress, Frank Reynolds and Howard K. Smith report on Security measures for Hubert Humphrey. George Wallace rally in New York City
Edmund Muskie is heckled, Bill Moyers and Howard K.Smith commentary on ideal president, Olympic report. 

                                            
#16084: NEWS, THE
1969-01-16, , min.
Lyndon Johnson, Bill Moyers, James Kilpatrick

Comments on LBJ's presidency by James Kilpatrick and Bill Moyers.       
#16171: 60 MINUTES
1969-03-04, WCBS, min.
Richard M. Nixon, Mike Wallace, Harry Reasoner, Ogden Nash, Bill Moyers, Nat Hentoff, Emmet Hughes

Sept. 24-1968-Present 

Tonight: Mike  Wallace and Harry Reasoner host. 

A report on hundreds of North Vietnamese films currently being distributed in the United States, especially to Universities for discussion and understanding the Vietnamese point of view on the war. How they see their own challenges. 

Nat Hentoff is interviewed by Mike Wallace related to a report on Rock 'N' Roll current trends in music. 

Harry Reasoner reports on what is considered by society as "ugly." He ends this explorative essay reading a poem written by Ogden Nash, "The Hippopotamus." 

Mike Wallace reads letters from viewers who comment about past 60 Minute programs. 

Mike Wallace discusses the just delivered President Richard M. Nixon news press conference earlier tonight with Bill Moyers, publisher of Long Island newspaper Newsday, and Emmet Hughes former advisor to President Dwight Eisenhower.

An essay on a tour of Pear Harbor with former Japanese submarine seamen. 

NOTE: The Library of Congress has archived all of the "60 MINUTES"series which premiered September 24, 1968 with the exception of 13 of the first season's 19 episodes. 

Those NOT archived are broadcasts number 1 (Sept. 24 1968), 3 (Oct. 22, 1968), 6 (Dec. 10, 1968), 8 (Jan. 7, 1969), 9 (Jan. 21, 1969), 10 (Feb. 4, 1969), 11 (Feb. 18, 1969), 12 (March 4, 1969), 13 (March 15, 1969), 14 (April 1, 1969), 15 (April 15, 1969), 16 (April 22 1969) & 19 (June 24, 1969 which had two re-runs and one new episode). 

ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUDIO, Inc. has in its archive excerpts from the premiere episode, #1 (Sept. 24, 1968), episode #8 (Jan. 7, 1969), episode #10 (Feb. 4, 1969), episode #12 (March 4, 1969)  and episode #16 (April 22, 1969). 
                                                                                                      
#16512: NATIONAL POLLING DAY: WHAT AMERICA THINKS
1971-01-13, ABC, min.
Bill Moyers, Frank Reynolds, Walt Rostow, Ramsey Clark, Louis Harris, John Knowles

Americans have their say in this up-to-the-minute public-opinion survey. 
Some 3,000 of them have been polled by Louis Harris Associates
during the past 36 hours. Tonight, their answers are fed into studio computers for an analysis of views on the economy, crime in the streets, youth and drugs, Vietnam, and recreation interests.
Interpreting the data (in the studio and by cross-country telephone hookup) are pollster Louis Harris; former attorney general Ramsey Clark; former presidential assistants Walt Rostow and Bill Moyers; and John Knowles, general director of Massachusetts General Hospital. Viewers may compare their own opinions to those given in the poll. 
Producer Lester Cooper says the program's aim is to "find out what common goals Americans have and how to make them work."

Frank Reynolds is the host. 
                       
#7711: BILL MOYERS JOURNAL
1976-06-03, PBS, 60 min.
Mortimer Adler, Bill Moyers

November 14th, 1972- April 16th, 1976
February 5th, 1979- June 21st, 1981

Magazine series hosted by Bill Moyers who served as President Lyndon Johnson's press secretary during the 1960's. From 1972-1976, Moyers focused on life in America. After, the focus was on international issues. Bill Moyers later hosted a half hour interview series, "The World Of Ideas" with Bill Moyers, September 12th, 1988- November 18th, 1988, focusing on single topics with single guests. Cinematographer Phil Gries shot twelve half hour episodes in that series. 

On today's show, Bill Moyers interviews philosopher Mortimer J. Adler.                    
#7712: BILL MOYERS JOURNAL
1976-06-17, PBS, 30 min.
Bill Moyers, Francis Fox Piven, David Henderson, Milton Friedman, Robert Nisbit

November 14th, 1972- April 16th, 1976
February 5th, 1979- June 21st, 1981

Magazine series hosted by Bill Moyers who served as President Lyndon Johnson's press secretary during the 1960's. From 1972-1976, Moyers focused on life in America. After, the focus was on international issues. Bill Moyers later hosted a half hour interview series, "The World Of Ideas" with Bill Moyers, September 12th, 1988- November 18th, 1988, focusing on single topics with single guests.  

A panel discussion on Economic Opportunity and Equality in America.              
#9182: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RETURNS, THE
1976-11-02, ABC, 555 min.
David Brinkley, Walter Cronkite, John Chancellor, Mike Wallace, Harry Reasoner, Dan Rather, Sam Donaldson, Roger Mudd, Barbara Walters, Jimmy Carter, Eric Sevareid, Bill Moyers, Gerald R. Ford, Catherine Mackin, Howard K. Smith, Walter Mondale, Bob Schieffer, Ron Farmer, Ann Compton, Tom Jerriel, Tom Brokow, Lesley Stahl, Bruce Morton

NINE HOURS and FIFTEEN MINUTES analysis and coverage of the 1976 Presidential Election returns from 7:45pm November 2nd to 5:00am November 3rd, 1976 form the three different networks, CBS, ABC, and NBC. 
Races for the Presidency, the major governorship's, and House and Senate seats. Includes victory speeches by President-elect Jimmy Carter and Vice-President-elect Walter Mondale. 

7:45 pm to 11:00 pm CBS coverage. Anchorman is Walter Cronkite. Commentary, Eric Sevareid. Reporters, Mike Wallace, Dan Rather, Roger Mudd, Lesley Stahl, Bruce Morton, and Bob Schieffer.

11:00 pm to 2:15 am ABC coverage. Anchor persons are Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters, and Howard K. Smith. Reporters, Frank Reynolds, Ron Farmer, Ann Compton, Tom Jarriel, Sam Donaldson. 

2:15 am to 5:00 am NBC coverage. Anchored by John Chancellor and David Brinkley. Reporters include Tom Brokaw, and Catherine Mackin.
                                 
#18539: BILL MOYERS JOURNAL
1980-10-03, PBS, min.
Bill Moyers

November 14th, 1972- April 16th, 1976
February 5th, 1979- June 21st, 1981

Magazine series hosted by Bill Moyers who served as President Lyndon Johnson's press secretary during the 1960's. From 1972-1976, Moyers focused on life in America. After, the focus was on international issues. Bill Moyers later hosted a half hour interview series, "The World Of Ideas" with Bill Moyers, September 12th, 1988- November 18th, 1988, focusing on single topics with single guests. Cinematographer Phil Gries shot twelve half-hour episodes in that series. 

Host: Bill Moyers.                        
#18567: BILL MOYERS JOURNAL
1980-11-03, PBS, min.
Bill Moyers, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Charlie Peters, Godfrey Hodgson

November 14, 1972 - April 16, 1976, 
February 5, 1979 - June 21, 1981 

Views on the Presidential campaign include interviews with Washington Monthly editor Charlie Peters, author Godfrey Hodgson and voters in Los Angeles'  Watts section. 
   

Wide-ranging interview series with writers, philosophers, historians, scientists, and other intellectuals, hosted by Bill Moyers.  
                  
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