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#9626: TODAY SHOW, THE
1977-01-20, NBC, 90 min.
Jimmy Carter, Leontyne Price, Tom Brokaw, Rosalynn Carter, John Anderson, Floyd Kalber, Bob Jamieson, Martin Luther King, Sr., Amy Carter, Iva Daquino, Hugh Sidey

January 14, 1952-Present. First early-morning network program and longest-running daytime series. Created by Sylvester "Pat" Weaver. Telecast Monday thru Friday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM, the broadcasts have maintained a format including a News Summary, segments related to Sports, Weather, Interviews, and Features. Throughout its long run, hosts of "The Today Show" have included Dave Garroway (1952-1961), John Chancellor (1961-1962), Hugh Downs (1962-1971), Frank McGee (1971-1974), Jim Hartz (1974-1976), Tom Brokaw (1976-1981), Jane Pauley, Bryant Gumbel, Chris Wallace, Katie Couric, and others.

Hymn singing and prayer service at the Lincoln Memorial celebrating President-elect Jimmy Carter's inauguration. Host: Tom Brokaw. This program is a 90-minute excerpt.
#8243: HALLMARK HALL OF FAME, THE: "THE LAST HURRAH."
1977-11-17, NBC, 90 min.
Patrick Wayne, Jack Carter, Burgess Meredith, Dana Andrews, Robert Brown, Paul Picerni, Carroll OConnor, Mariette Hartley, Leslie Ackerman, John Anderson, Tom Clancy, Brendan Dillon, Arthur Franz, Alan Hamel, Stewart Moss, Patrick ONeal, Billy Benedict, George Barrows, Jack Griffin, Sal Vecchio, Paul Napier, Ricki Williams, Mike Walden, Dennis McMullen, Larry McCormick, Elise OConnor, Paul L. Ehrmann, Barbara Schillaci, Harry Basch, Lane Allan, William Quinn, James Sikking, Arthur Batanides, Sandy Kenyon, Kitty Winn, Mel Stewart, Katherine Bard

An old-style politician runs for a fourth term as Mayor as only he knows how.                                                     
#18463: NEWS,THE
1980-07-23, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter, John Anderson

Billy Carter's relationship with Libya being investigated. Reagan-Carter-John Anderson race heating up.            
#18474: NEWS,THE
1980-07-31, , min.
Edward Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter, John Anderson

John Anderson reportedly tells Edward Kennedy he will resign from 
Presidential race if Democrats drop Jimmy Carter.             
#18479: NEWS,THE
1980-08-07, , min.
Edward Kennedy, Billy Carter, John Anderson

John Anderson's recent meeting with Edward Kennedy about withdrawing from the Democratic presidential race is noted. Libya's foreign liason office reported releasing statement in defense of Billy Carter.       
#18501: NEWS,THE
1980-08-23, , min.
Jimmy Carter, John Anderson, Patrick Lucey

Wisconsin governor Patrick Lucey being considered as a running mate for independent candidate John Anderson. President Carter officially beginning his campaign for reelection in Alabama on Labor Day.        
#18506: NEWS,THE
1980-09-01, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson, Willie Nelson

All three presidential candidates, Anderson, Carter, and Reagan start campaigning. Baptists attempt to stop Willie Nelson concert in Big Spring, Texas.            
#18515: PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN UPDATE 1980
1980-09-12, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

A review of the presidential campaigns.              
#18516: NEWS,THE
1980-09-12, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

Cuban United Nations delegate assassinated in New York City.
Campaign activities of Carter, Reagan, and Anderson.             
#18523: NEWS,THE
1980-09-22, , min.
Ronald Reagan, John Anderson

Ronald Reagan and John Anderson debate. Nuclear warhead in Arkansas.             
#18540: NEWS,THE
1980-10-16, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

Reported that President Carter and Ronald Reagan both attending Alfred E. Smith memorial dinner in New York City. John Anderson remarks about possible release of American Hostages in Iran.           
#18547: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: CAMPAIGN COUNTDOWN 1980.
1980-10-22, CBS, min.
Walter Cronkite, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

Walter Cronkite reports on waning days of the 1980 presidential campaign.          
#18565: CBS EVENING NEWS WITH WALTER CRONKITE
1980-11-03, , min.
Walter Cronkite, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

Change in President Carter's campaign plans, Reagan and John Anderson stay on schedule. Increased efforts to find killer of black children in Atlanta.    

Walter Cronkite reports.                                 
#18572: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RETURNS
1980-11-04, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

Live coverage of the presidential election returns.            
#18574: NEWS,THE
1980-11-05, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

Ronald Reagan with huge election win over Jimmy Carter and John Anderson. Outlines plans when in office and speaks of Iran hostage crisis.             
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