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#13651: "60 HOURS TO THE MOON"
1962-04-29, ABC, min.
John Glenn, Jules Bergman, Scott Carpenter

 Special Report hosted by Jules Bergman   of US space exploration, featuring interviews with John Glenn, Scott Carpenter and NASA officials. Also, a step-by-step outline of the program designed to put an American on the moon and a look at the need for young Americans to participate in these new adventures. Finally, a view of plans for the Gemini and Apollo missions and a preview of carpenter's upcoming three-orbit flight.                             
#13701: SPECIAL NEWS REPORTS ON "TELSTAR 1"
1962-07-10, CBS, 35 min.
Charles Collingwood, Jules Bergman, Newton Minow, Lyndon B. Johnson, Ray Neal, Dave Duggan, Fred Kappel

Live from Andover, Maine to Telstar, back to Andover and to Holmdel, New Jersey. The first Telstar-relayed signals. Video tape of the American flag and the playing of the National Anthem. Dave Duggan at Andover. Douglas Edwards anchorman in New York. 

Live coverage from all three networks on "Telstar 1" describing its current and future transmissions. "Telstar 1" transmissions of Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson, Newton Minow, and other personalities.   

The three network correspondents to first voice their communications via "Telstar 1" are ABC science editor Jules Bergman, Ray Neal of NBC, and CBS's Charles Collingwood reporting from Andover, Maine. The first telephone message in the world via an active satellite is Vice-President Lyndon Johnson, first relay from space Dave Duggan of CBS. Fred Kappel, the president of AT&T gives an address via "Telstar 1" and FCC communications director Newton Minow is in Washington, DC.
                                                                            
#936: ABC: LIVE BULLETIN AND LIVE COVERAGE OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY ASSASSINATION
1963-11-22, WABC, 89 min.
Bob Walker, John F. Kennedy, Abraham Zapruder, Bob Clark, Jules Bergman, Edward P. Morgan, John Rolfson, Jay Watson, Ron Cochran, Don Goddard, Eddie Barker, Ed Silverman, Frank Reynolds

A live bulletin is heard by Don Goddard reporting that President John F. Kennedy is shot in downtown Dallas, Texas. This second ABC bulletin follows the first bulletin which airs at 1:41 PM (EST). Continuous ABC Network coverage begins at 2:00 PM. Ron Cochran reports. Reporting from the scene of the assassination on WFAA-TV Dallas is Eddie Barker. Cochran and Ed Silverman continue with updated coverage from ABC headquarters in New York. Other correspondents confirm the death of the President. There are eyewitness accounts reported from Dallas Affiliate WFAA-TV. Correspondents Jay Watson and Bob Walker are heard. From Washington D.C., Edward P. Morgan reports. Bob Clark reports from Parkland Hospital in Dallas where the President was taken. He gives exact details of events which have occurred, moment by moment, from the time President Kennedy was shot. Vice President of ABC James Hagerty contributes commentary with Don Goddard. The Inspector of Police is interviewed at the scene of the book depository where shots were fired. More coverage from WFAA-TV studio interview with Abraham Zapruder is heard. With 8mm camera in hand, he has just walked into the studio with film footage he has shot of the actual assassination. There are updates reported by John Rolfson and Edward P. Morgan. From Times Square in Manhattan, Jules Bergman reports. He interviews people in the street. From State Street in Chicago, Frank Reynolds reports. ABC coverage is least remembered; it is viewed by only 8% of the American public. The majority of viewers tuned into CBS & NBC for what will probably be remembered as the most memorable coverage in TV history for a single event.
#14718: ABC EVENING NEWS WITH PETER JENNINGS
1965-02-08, ABC, min.
Jules Bergman, Lyndon Johnson, Peter Jennings, McGeorge Bundy, Alexei Kosygin

US airstrike in North Vietnam, Kosygin pledges North Vietnamese support, comments from President Johnson, McGeorge Bundy, update on space news with ABC science editor, Jules Bergman who reports on the fate of the original Mercury spaceflight, time has fragmented Voyager 7 spacecraft.                          
#14744: ABC EVENING NEWS WITH PETER JENNINGS, THE
1965-02-16, ABC, 9 min.
Jules Bergman, Peter Jennings

A report on the Saturn 1 lift-off. ABC science editor Jules Bergman reports.            
#14755: WABC RADIO NEWS
1965-02-20, WABC, 4 min.
Jules Bergman

A report on the moon pictures taken by the Ranger 8 spacecraft.

ABC science editor Jules Bergman reports.            
#14787: ABC EVENING NEWS WITH PETER JENNINGS, THE
1965-03-23, ABC, 11 min.
Jules Bergman, Dean Rusk, John Young, Virgil Grissom, Peter Jennings, Robert Kennedy, Robert McNamara

The Ranger 9 spacecraft impacts the moon after taking photos, Astronauts Young and Grissom back on the carrier "Intrepid," ABC science editor Jules Bergman comments on future US space flights, the US defends the use of non-lethal gas in Vietnam, comment by Dean Rusk, Robert McNamara and the possible opening of a pandora's box, comment to exploit the use of it, Selina march is in progress, Senator Robert Kennedy climbs Mt. Kennedy (13,500ft) to the top and arrives at 8,000 ft level by helicopter,                           
#14836: ISSUES AND ANSWERS
1965-05-09, ABC, 29 min.
Jules Bergman, Howard K. Smith, Cyrus Vance, Bill Downs

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." 

The guest is the Deputy Secretary Of Defense Cyrus Vance who discusses the Vietnam war with Howard K. Smith. Also on the panel are Bill Downs and Jules Bergman.

Howard K. Smith is the host. 

This program includes commercials.

 



                                                                
#14844: ABC EVENING NEWS WITH PETER JENNINGS
1965-05-12, ABC, min.
Jules Bergman, Peter Jennings

The failed USSR moon landing. ABC science editor Jules Bergman reports.             
#14870: PROGRESS REPORT OF THE GEMINI SPACECRAFT.
1965-06-05, ABC, 1 min.
Jules Bergman, Edward White, James McDivitt, Peter Jennings

A progress report of the Gemini spacecraft with astronauts James McDivitt and Edward White aboard.

Peter Jennings and Jules Bergman report.            
#15113: COVERAGE OF THE GEMINI 8 SPACEFLIGHT
1966-03-16, ABC, 1 min.
Jules Bergman

Live ABC coverage of the Gemini 8 spaceflight.

Jules Bergman reports.            
#15161: GEMINI 9 SPACEFLIGHT
1966-06-01, ABC, 1 min.
Jules Bergman

ABC Live coverage of the Gemini 9 spaceflight, 7 minutes before take-off. ABC Science Editor Jules Bergman reports.           
#15186: ABC PROMO: GEMINI X MISSION
1966-07-16, ABC, 1 min.
Peter Jennings, Jules Bergman

Gemini X mission promo with Jules Bergman and Peter Jennings            
#15502: ABC SCOPE
1968-01-06, ABC, 29 min.
Howard K. Smith, Jules Bergman

November 11th, 1964-January 27th, 1968 (ABC)
A news analysis program hosted by Howard K. Smith. The series focused mainly on the war in Vietnam.  

Topic: (M-16 Rifle)

Narrated by Jules Bergman. 

                                                          
#15586: ABC NEWS WITH BOB YOUNG
1968-03-05, ABC, 14 min.
Lyndon Johnson, Bob Young, Jules Bergman, Christiaan Bernard

President Johnson announces he will not enter the Democratic primaries. A report on Dr. Christian Bernard. Jules Bergman reports.                         
#15728: ABC EVENING NEWS WITH BOB YOUNG, THE
1968-04-04, ABC, 28 min.
Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, Bob Young, Jules Bergman

President Johnson visits St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City, Hubert Humphrey announces his candidacy for president, The Saturn V rocket takeoff, Jules Bergman reports, trouble for the Apollo VI flight. Includes commercials.  

Bob Young is host.          
#15876: ABC EVENING NEWS WITH FRANK REYNOLDS, THE
1968-10-09, ABC, 24 min.
Howard K. Smith, Richard Nixon, Jules Bergman, Frank Reynolds, James Kilpatrick

Presidential debates, roll call and comments
Howard K. Smith with commentary on Nixon debate
Editorial with James Kilpatrick
Jules Bergman with Apollo 7 space flight update

Host: Frank Reynolds
             
#15878: ABC EVENING NEWS WITH FRANK REYNOLDS, THE
1968-10-10, ABC, 29 min.
Jules Bergman, Frank Reynolds, Muriel Humph

A profile of Hubert Humphrey's wife Muriel. 
Jules Bergman reports on the first manned Apollo spaceflight
The Detroit Tigers defeat the St. Louis Cardinals in game 7 to win the 1968 World Series.                          
#15882: ABC NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: APOLLO 7 PREVIEW
1968-10-10, ABC, min.
Jules Bergman, Paul Harvey, Jack King, Walter Schirra, Walter Cunningham, Donn Eisele

A preview of the Apollo 7 space flight. 

Mission control-T-12 minutes and counting
Discussion of final minute procedures with mission control leader Jack King
Paul Harvey with countdown comments
First flight since last failed attempt
Jack King at T-6 min-38 seconds
T-5 minutes and counting
4:07 and 3 minutes

Astronauts aboard are Donn Eisele, Walter Schirra, (Commander) and Walter Cunningham.
Tanks pressurized at 2:30 seconds
Carries down to liftoff and voices of Paul Harvey and Jules Bergman. 

                                                                                         
#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.              
#7491: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: THE SPACESHIP ENTERPRISE: "A CRITICAL TRIP."
1977-10-12, ABC, 30 min.
Jules Bergman, Frank Reynolds

The first orbiter of the space shuttle system reported by Jules Bergman and Frank Reynolds from Edwards Air Force Base in California.        
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