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#14350: SPECIAL: ABC RADIO NEWS: "SLANDERED AMERICANS"
1963-10-15, ABC, 10 min.
Joseph Valachi, Ted Koppel

Comments on the effect of the Joseph Valachi hearings. 

The final ten minutes of this ABC radio news special, written and produced by Ted Koppel.                        
#14944: FLAIR REPORTS RADIO SHOW WITH TED KOPPEL
1965-09-06, , 10 min.
Ted Koppel

Captured pilots in Vietnam. 

Includes commercials             
#14968: TED KOPPEL'S RADIO FLAIR REPORT: LETTER FROM VIETNAM
1965-10-25, ABC, 2 min.
Ted Koppel

A Vietnam Lieutenant writes a letter about gripes concerning anti-war demonstrations in the United States and hatred for protestors. 

Ted Koppel Reports on WABC Radio.                           
#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.                          
#15019C: FLAIR RADIO REPORT WITH TED KOPPEL
1966-01-09, , min.
Wayne Morse, Ted Koppel

Guest Oregon Senator Wayne Morse talks about Vietnam. 

Host: Ted Koppel.            
#15019I: FLAIR RADIO REPORT WITH TED KOPPEL
1966-01-30, , min.
Ted Koppel, Green Berets

The subject is The Green Berets.             
#15034: FLAIR REPORTS: ABC RADIO
1966-01-30, ABC, 4 min.
Ted Koppel, Richard Nixon, Don Allen

Comments by Richard Nixon, blizzard warnings, possible Watts riots again. 

Don Allen reports.                                                                
#15158: FLAIR REPORT RADIO NEWS WITH TED KOPPEL
1966-05-29, , 3 min.
Ted Koppel

Ted Koppel reporting.          
#15685: ABC NEWS WITH BOB YOUNG
1968-03-28, ABC, 17 min.
Lyndon Johnson, Ted Koppel, Martin Luther King, Hubert Humphrey, Bob Young, Robert Kennedy, Bob Clark, Yuri Gagarin

Violence in Panama, Ted Koppel reports, Robert Kennedy in Salt Lake City, a bomb threat is reported, Bob Clark reports, Hubert Humphrey defends Democratic policy in a fiery speech, declares Johnson "great President," Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin to be buried after dying in an air crash. Negro riots in Memphis, Tennessee as Dr. Martin Luther King peace march fails.  

Host: Bob Young.                                       
#15735: ABC EVENING NEWS WITH BOB YOUNG, THE
1968-04-05, ABC, 18 min.
Howard K. Smith, Ted Koppel, Martin Luther King, Bob Young, Robert Kennedy, Frank Reynolds, Jim Burns, Tom Jerrold, Gabe Pressman, Jose Williams, Jacqueline Onassis

Today in Memphis, reported by Tom Jerrold, Ted Koppel reports from the Memphis airport, Jim Burns reports on the hunt for King's assassin, Jose Williams remember's Dr. King's final words.

From NBC News: man on the street interviews with Gabe Pressman reporting, President Johnson speech, Robert F. Kennedy reflects in a speech, a statement from Jackie Onassis, commentary from ABC's Howard K. Smith.             
#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.              
#15928: ABC NEWS WITH FRANK REYNOLDS, THE
1968-11-04, ABC, min.
Howard K. Smith, Sam Jaffe, Ted Koppel, Bill Lawrence, Tom Jarriel, Frank Reynolds, Eugene McCarthy, Edmund Muskie, John Rolfson

ABC News events of the day.

Highlights:
Election odds
Hubert Humphrey campaign- Humphrey answers questions on the Vietnam war and the Middle East crisis. 
Senator Edmund Muskie comments on birth control and legalized abortion, Eugene McCarthy calls and talks to both Muskie and Humphrey, on the draft and socialism.Nixon campaign-Ted Koppel, Frank Reynolds report.
George Wallace campaign- Sam Jaffe, Frank Reynolds
Election coverage-Tom Jarriel, Frank Reynolds, Howard K. Smith
Vietnam peace talks-John Rolfson, Frank Reynolds.

Host: Frank Reynolds.                                                
#16297: PROJECT '70: ABC NEWS SPECIAL
1970-01-08, ABC, min.
Howard K. Smith, Ted Koppel, Jules Bergman, Bill Lawrence, Tom Jarriel, Frank Reynolds, Russell Jones, Edward Morgan, John Scali, Barrie-Dunsmore

An informal gathering of ABC newsmen to review 1969 and preview the 70s. Joining Howard K. Smith at his Maryland home are Frank Reynolds, Edward Morgan, science editor Jules Bergman, Tom Jarriel, 
(White House correspondent) Bill Lawrence, (national affairs editor) John Scali, (State Department correspondent) and bureau chiefs Barrie-Dunsmore (Rome) Russell Jones (Middle East) and Ted Koppel (Hong Kong).                   
#17751: KISSINGER: AN ACTION BIOGRAPHY
1974-06-14, ABC, min.
Ted Koppel, Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger, James Schlesinger

A portrait of the Secretary of State. The hour, opens with Dr. Kissinger recalling his boyhood in Germany (he was nine when the Nazis came to power) service with US Army Intelligence, and academic career at Hadvard.
The secretary is also filmed during a "typical working day" in Washington. From 7AM to 11PM, the hours are filled with appointments and conferences, including meetings with President Nixon, Secretary of Defense James Schlesinger and State Department aides.    
The Kissinger style however, is epitomized by scenes of his "shuttle diplomacy," meetings with Soviet and Chinese leaders in Moscow and Peking, and the recent month-long peace mission in the Middle East, culminating in an Israeli-Syrian accord to separate their armies on the Golan Heights.   

Host: Ted Koppel.  
#18584: ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE WITH TED KOPPEL
1980-11-21, , min.
Ted Koppel, Roy Parish

March 24th, 1980-

ABC late-evening newscast with Ted Koppel as host. Originally a twenty-minute newscast Monday-Thursday, it was expanded to thirty minutes on January 5th, 1981. On April 3rd, 1981, the show was expanded to include Friday nights and was widely praised for its in-depth analysis of various news issues.   


Topic: Major fire in Las Vegas MGM Grand Hotel, 85 dead, 300 injured. Second worst hotel fire in American history. Issues involving the enforcement of building fire codes and sprinkler systems are discussed. Las Vegas fire chief Roy Parish is interviewed by Ted Koppel.                                                                     
#18598P: ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE WITH TED KOPPEL
1981-01-21, , min.
Ted Koppel, George Will

March 24th, 1980-

ABC late-evening newscast with Ted Koppel as host. Originally a twenty-minute newscast Monday-Thursday, it was expanded to thirty minutes on January 5th, 1981. On April 3rd, 1981, the show was expanded to include Friday nights and was widely praised for its in-depth analysis of various news issues.   


Topic: Iran hostage crisis. Commentary by George Will on US influences and humiliation.                                                                              
#18668: ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE WITH TED KOPPEL
1981-12-11, ABC, min.
Muhammad Ali, Ted Koppel, Joe Frazier, Trevor Berbick

March 24th, 1980-

ABC late-evening newscast with Ted Koppel as host. Originally a twenty-minute newscast Monday-Thursday, it was expanded to thirty minutes on January 5th, 1981. On April 3rd, 1981, the show was expanded to include Friday nights and was widely praised for its in-depth analysis of various news issues.   


Topic: The Dangers Of Boxing. Concerns about older boxers still fighting. Comments from Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, others. 
News Bulletin: Although fighting well, Ali loses a decision to Trevor Berbick in a non-title heavyweight bout in the Bahamas.                                                                                 
#18681: ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE WITH TED KOPPEL
1982-02-09, ABC, min.
Ted Koppel, David Gergen

March 24th, 1980-

ABC late-evening newscast with Ted Koppel as host. Originally a twenty-minute newscast Monday-Thursday, it was expanded to thirty minutes on January 5th, 1981. On April 3rd, 1981, the show was expanded to include Friday nights and was widely praised for its in-depth analysis of various news issues.   


Guest: David Gergen.                                                                                            
#18689: ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE WITH TED KOPPEL
1982-04-10, ABC, min.
Ted Koppel

March 24th, 1980-

ABC late-evening newscast with Ted Koppel as host. Originally a twenty-minute newscast Monday-Thursday, it was expanded to thirty minutes on January 5th, 1981. On April 3rd, 1981, the show was expanded to include Friday nights and was widely praised for its in-depth analysis of various news issues.   


Topic: Update on Great Britain- Argentina Falklands crisis, possible crisis in Middle East, Israel may invade Lebanon.                                                                                                 
#18691: ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE WITH TED KOPPEL
1982-04-15, ABC, min.
Ted Koppel, Alexander Haig

March 24th, 1980-

ABC late-evening newscast with Ted Koppel as host. Originally a twenty-minute newscast Monday-Thursday, it was expanded to thirty minutes on January 5th, 1981. On April 3rd, 1981, the show was expanded to include Friday nights and was widely praised for its in-depth analysis of various news issues.   


Topic: Secretary Alexander Haig mediating Falklands crisis.                                                                                                           
#18698: ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE WITH TED KOPPEL
1982-05-04, ABC, min.
Ted Koppel

March 24th, 1980-

ABC late-evening newscast with Ted Koppel as host. Originally a twenty-minute newscast Monday-Thursday, it was expanded to thirty minutes on January 5th, 1981. On April 3rd, 1981, the show was expanded to include Friday nights and was widely praised for its in-depth analysis of various news issues.   


Topic: Falklands, British lose destroyer.                                                                                                                   
#18709: ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE WITH TED KOPPEL
1982-06-09, ABC, min.
Ted Koppel

March 24th, 1980-

ABC late-evening newscast with Ted Koppel as host. Originally a twenty-minute newscast Monday-Thursday, it was expanded to thirty minutes on January 5th, 1981. On April 3rd, 1981, the show was expanded to include Friday nights and was widely praised for its in-depth analysis of various news issues.   


Topic: Massive air battle results in loss of Syrian jets, Syrian missile base destroyed.                                                                                                      
#18713: ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE WITH TED KOPPEL
1982-06-13, ABC, min.
Ted Koppel

March 24th, 1980-

ABC late-evening newscast with Ted Koppel as host. Originally a twenty-minute newscast Monday-Thursday, it was expanded to thirty minutes on January 5th, 1981. On April 3rd, 1981, the show was expanded to include Friday nights and was widely praised for its in-depth analysis of various news issues.   


Topic: Ceasefire-prelude to Argentina surrender, report from Buenos  Aires, grieving and angry Argentinians blame US for defeat, report from London.                                                                                                 
#18716: ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE WITH TED KOPPEL
1982-06-26, ABC, min.
Ted Koppel, Alexander Haig

March 24th, 1980-

ABC late-evening newscast with Ted Koppel as host. Originally a twenty-minute newscast Monday-Thursday, it was expanded to thirty minutes on January 5th, 1981. On April 3rd, 1981, the show was expanded to include Friday nights and was widely praised for its in-depth analysis of various news issues.   


Topic: Secretary of State Alexander Haig resigns.                                                                                                 
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