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APTN 2000 ENTERTAINMENT DAILY NEWS (AMERICAS EARLY)
06/29/2009
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AP-APTN-2000: U2 Barcelona Concert Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:U2 Barcelona Concert- EPK package LENGTH: 05:00 LENGTH: 05:00 OPENING NIGHT NEWS ALERT APTN is distributing the following B-Roll package on behalf of Mark Haefeli Productions. It is not part of the APTN News feeds and is available free of charge to all clients. U2 360? TOUR BLAST OFF IN BARCELONA VIA SATELLITE NEWSFEED & FTP OPENING NIGHT EPK FEEDS: WEDNESDAY, JULY 1ST 03:00-03:15 GMT 07:00-07:15 GMT Via APTN's GLOBAL VIDEO WIRE (GVW) Technical contact at time of feed:APTN London Master Control: 44-207-482-7575 / APTN NY Master Control: 212-621-7480 FTP: www.mhp3.com/u2-barcelona For additional information, or to request a hard copy, contact: Joe DeAngelus MHP at 212-334-2164 or Joemhp3.com APTN APEX 06-29-09 1521EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US BET Show Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:US BET Show- REPLAY Stars remember Michael Jackson at BET Awards LENGTH: 04:39 FIRST RUN: 0600 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: APTN/BET STORY NUMBER: 611253 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 28 2009 LENGTH: 04:39 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: The following stipulations govern usage of all direct telecast footage from the BET AWARDS '09 telecast, which premieres on Sunday, June 28 at 8 P.M.* ET/7 P.M.* CT (telecast is tape-delayed to Pacific and Mountain Time Zones): --Maximum of 90 seconds within the first 24 hours of the premiere telecast --Maximum of 60 seconds 24 to 36 hours after the premiere telecast --Maximum of 30 seconds 36 to 72 hours after the premiere Outside of the first 72-hour window of the premiere telecast, please contact BET Corporate Communications at 310-481-3732 BET 1. Opening graphics 2. New Edition tribute to Michael Jackson: "I Want You Back" 3. Host Jamie Foxx recreates Jackson's "Beat It" moves 4. Foxx addresses P. Diddy, audience 5. Ne-Yo performs Jackson "The Lady in My Life" 6. Beyonce performs "Ave Maria" 7. Jay-Z performs "Death of Autotune" 8. Lil' Wayne performs "We Like Her To" 9. Janet Jackson speech 10. Ne-Yo/Jamie Foxx tribute to Michael Jackson in finale of BET Awards '09. BET SHOW HIGHLIGHTS WRAP The BET Awards became the official Michael Jackson TV celebration on Sunday, as the show kicked off with joyous tributes to the King of Pop, from a New Edition-Jackson 5 medley to Jamie Foxx's monologue, delivered in that classic red leather zipper jacket and white glove. Already an affair of major star wattage, the night's show was thrown under a white-hot spotlight in the wake of Jackson's death Thursday, adding attendees and guests, doubling the number of media requests and even lengthening the red carpet to accommodate all who want to take part. Producers of the annual awards show - which recognises the best in music, acting and sports - say they scrapped their plans and revamped the show to meet the moment. While Beyonce and T.I. were the leading award nominees with five apiece, giving out trophies was an afterthought: Honouring Jackson was became the show's main focus. New Edition, the 1980s teen sensations who were considered that generation's Jackson 5 with their own version of bubble-gum soul, ran through several of the Jackson 5's greatest hits, from "I Want You Back" to "ABC," mirroring their idols right down to the group's original choreography. Ne-Yo sang one of Jackson's most sensual songs, "Lady in my Life." Janet Jackson took the stage to speak on behalf of her grieving family and thank fans for their love and support. It was Janet Jackson's first public appearance since her brother died last Thursday. With a deep sadness on her face, she strolled to the microphone and began to speak. She said: "My entire family wanted to be here tonight, but it was just too painful, so they elected me to be here." She noted that the King of Pop was an icon to all in attendance, but that to the Jacksons, "he was family." After her brief comments, Ne-Yo and Jamie Foxx took the stage and sang a poignant "I'll Be There" by the Jackson 5. APTN APEX 06-29-09 1626EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US 500 Days of Summer Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:US 500 Days of Summer- NEW Trailer for Zooey Deschanel comedy LENGTH: 02:31 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: Fox Searchlight STORY NUMBER: 611313 DATELINE: n/a LENGTH: 02:31 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBSCRIBERS PLEASE ENSURE THAT FILM CLIPS ARE CLEARED FOR MEDIA BROADCAST AND/OR INTERNET USE OR THAT THEY COME WITHIN THE PROMOTIONAL WINDOW FOR YOUR TERRITORY. CONTACT DETAILS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE SCRIPT. SHOTLIST (including transcript): Fox Searchlight 1. Film trailer - '500 Days of Summer' SUMMER LOVE "500 Days of Summer" stars Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt and is a romantic comedy about a woman (Deschanel) who is cynical about love and a guy (Gordon-Levitt) who falls in love with her anyway. The film premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Deschanel and Gordon-Levitt also appeared together in the movie "Manic." "500 Days of Summer" opens in the United States is limited release 17 July 2009. Other release dates include: Switzerland 5 August 2009 (Locarno Film Festival) UK 4 September 2009 Australia 17 September 2009 Netherlands 17 September 2009 Italy 18 September 2009 France 30 September 2009 Czech Republic 8 October 2009 New Zealand 8 October 2009 Portugal 8 October 2009 Singapore 15 October 2009 Estonia 16 October 2009 Belgium 4 November 2009 Germany 12 November 2009 Brazil 13 November 2009 Japan 9 January 2010 APTN APEX 06-29-09 1627EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: UK Tom Jones Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:UK Tom Jones- REPLAY UK crooner reminisces on his friendship with Michael Jackson LENGTH: 02:56 FIRST RUN: 1300 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: SKY/AP STORY NUMBER: 611266 DATELINE: UK, Glastonbury, 28 June 2009/File LENGTH: 02:56 SHOTLIST (including transcript) :- AP Television Bucharest, Hungary - October 1992 1. Michael Jackson greeting orphanage workers as part of "Heal the World" foundation SKYSKY / No Access UK/RTE/CNNi/Al Jazeera English Glastonbury UK June 28 2009 2.SOUNBITE (English) Tom Jones: +++ PART UNDER LAID WITH SHOT 3 "I mean, I knew Michael. I knew him pretty well. I first met him when he was with the Jackson Five, you know, and over the years I've seen him going from strength to strength. He was a fantastic entertainer and I saw him live, you know, quite a few times and then I had a chance to talk to him. He used to come around my house sometimes in Los Angeles and he was just a lovely fellow. He loved life and he loved performing. But it was a shock. I was just coming over from the States, you know. I'd finished the show in New York and I was on the way to the airport and it came on the news on the car radio. I couldn't believe it. It was shocking." VNR Bucharest, Hungary - October 1992 3. Various shots of Michael Jackson performing 'Jam' on stage AP Television Tokyo, Japan - 27 May, 2006 4. Michael Jackson on red carpet during awards ceremony 5. Zoom in on Jackson holding music award SKYSKY / No Access UK/RTE/CNNi/Al Jazeera English Glastonbury UK June 28 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Jones: "I don't know what was on his mind, you know, with the plastic surgery thing. I mean, he never discussed it. I never discussed it with him. As I told you, he came around the house a few times and I went to see his shows the last time he was on tour and he never discussed anything about what he had done but I think he loved music and he wanted to talk about music more than anything else, you know, and what influences people had had on him so I don't know how all that came about, you know, I don't know." AP Television - AP Clients Only Hollywood, California, 27 June 2009 7. Fans at makeshift memorial; pull to wide shot 8. Flower being added to makeshift memorial SKYSKY / No Access UK/RTE/CNNi/Al Jazeera English Glastonbury UK June 28 2009 6. SOUNBITE (English) Tom Jones: "Michael Jackson was huge, you know, a huge entertainer and had millions of fans all over the world, as did Elvis Presley and so did John Lennon, you know, and I think that it's just as sad and the people, millions of people, have been affected by Michael Jackson dying, you know, because his fans loved what he did and there were millions of them. So yes, I would compare it to Elvis Presley and John Lennon, yes." POOL London, 5 March 2009 7. Various shots Michael Jackson on stage. TOM JONES ON JACKSON DEATH: IT'S LIKE LENNON OR ELVIS Tom Jones says the world-wide reaction to Michael Jackson's death is similar to the international out pouring of grief for other music legends like John Lennon and Elvis Presley. The Welsh star used to know Jackson well and was shocked by the news when he heard it over the radio last Thursday (25 JUNE 2009): "Michael Jackson was huge, you know, a huge entertainer and had millions of fans all over the world, as did Elvis Presley and so did John Lennon, you know, and I think that it's just as sad and the people, millions of people, have been affected by Michael Jackson dying, you know, because his fans loved what he did and there were millions of them. So yes, I would compare it to Elvis Presley and John Lennon, yes." Talking at the British music festival in Glastonbury on Sunday (28 JUNE 2009), which was held the weekend following the news - Jones describes how he was personal friends with Jackson: "I knew him pretty well. I first met him when he was with the Jackson 5, you know, and over the years I've seen him going from strength to strength. He was a fantastic entertainer and I saw him live, you know, quite a few times and then I had a chance to talk to him. He used to come around my house sometimes in Los Angeles and he was just a lovely fellow." Jones admits that they never discussed things like plastic surgery together - but believes that when it came down to it, Jackson was happier chatting all about the music. APTN APEX 06-29-09 1628EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US Jackson Courthouse Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:US Jackson Courthouse- NEW Exteriors of courthouse and shots of documents filed by Katherine Jackson LENGTH: 02:00 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 611323 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 29 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:00 SHOTLIST: AP Television Los Angeles, CA, 29 June 2009 1. Various Los Angeles County courthouse exteriors 2. Various of court documents filed by Katherine Jackson JACKSON'S MOM GETS TEMPORARY GUARDIANSHIP OF KIDS A judge has approves Michael Jackson's mother's request for temporary guardianship of his children. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff made his ruling Monday. A hearing on whether she can become the children's permanent guardian is set for 3 August. The judge did not grant Katherine Jackson's request to serve as the temporary guardian of the children's estate. APTN APEX 06-29-09 1630EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US Jackson Presser Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:US Jackson Presser- NEW Michael Jackson's father, Rev. Al Sharpton says funeral plans not set LENGTH: 04:24 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 611315 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 29 June 2009 LENGTH: 04:24 SHOTLIST(including transcript): AP Television Encino, California, 29 June 2009 1. Wide shot of Joe Jackson, Reverend Al Sharpton coming out of the Jackson family complex, looking at items left by Michael Jackson admirers. 2. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Joe Jackson, Michael Jackson's father on funeral plans for Michael: "We don't have the time frame yet because I want to see how this autopsy's coming out, you know. The second autopsy." 3. Wide shot of Joe Jackson, Reverend Al Sharpton, looking at items left by Michael Jackson admirers outside the Jackson family home. 4. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Joe Jackson, Michael Jackson's father reacts to being granted temporary custody of his Michael's children: "This is where they belong. We're the parents and we've got other kids of their size. They love those kids and we love those kids too. We're going to take care of them and give them the education they're supposed to have. We can do that. And we have the air enough and the premise large enough to be able to extend all kind of help they may need." 5. Wide shot of Joe Jackson, Reverend Al Sharpton, looking at items left by Michael Jackson admirers outside the Jackson family home. 6. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Joe Jackson, Michael Jackson's father: "We have kids over there, back there (at) least. The kids back there are small just like they are and almost, some of them are the same age over there, because, you know, they was never around other kids, but they're happy." 7. Wide shot of Joe Jackson, Reverend Al Sharpton greeting Michael Jackson fans waiting outside the Jackson family home. 8. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Joe Jackson, Michael Jackson's father on the reaction to Michael's death: "The family and I are very proud to see all of you come out here and help us with this situation because we know that we do have fans all over the world. We know that we're loved all over the world. But one thing I wish could have happened; I wish that Michael could be here to see all this - had to wait 'till something happened like this before he could be realized." 9. Wide shot of Joe Jackson, Reverend Al Sharpton greeting Michael Jackson fans waiting outside the Jackson family home. 10. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Joe Jackson, Michael Jackson's father: "One thing Michael didn't know is, he didn't know how strong this would be because he tried his hard(est) to help everybody - the sick, he donate so much money to the sick, he helped the blind - he helped everybody that needed help and he was glad to do it. I've seen Michael help so many people that sometime he would go and cry about it because he felt sorry for the people that he was helping." 11. Wide shot pan of items left outside Jackson family home, zoom to med shot 12. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Reverend Al Sharpton, Civil Rights Leader, and family friend: "The family with Mr. Jackson and the entire Jackson family have really been expressing how gratified they are at the outpouring around the world for the love of Michael and the love of his family and his children and to his legacy. It is the determination of his family to be careful and deliberate on how they plan his celebration of life because we're talking about a historical figure who really changed pop culture around the world. This is not something you do carelessly and spontaneously." 13. Med shot of items left outside Jackson family home, zoom out to wide JOE JACKSON AWAITING 2ND AUTOPSY BEFORE FUNERAL Michael Jackson's father, Joe, says planning for the pop star's funeral is awaiting results of a second autopsy. Joe Jackson told reporters outside the family's Southern California compound at midday Monday that the second autopsy is under way, but he expects results soon. The county coroner conducted an autopsy on Friday but has deferred a decision on the cause of death. Joe Jackson denies reports that his son will be buried at his Neverland ranch. He says, "That's not true." He also says he's happy is wife, Katherine, has been awarded temporary custody of Michael's three children. "This is where they belong. We're the parents," Jackson says. He adds that "We're going to take care of them and give them the education they're supposed to have. We can do that. And we have the air enough and the premise large enough to be able to extend all kind of help they may need." At the same time Joe Jackson adds that the children, "are happy," saying that Michael Jackson's kids were "never around other kids." Civil rights activist the Rev. Al Sharpton, who spent the morning with the Jacksons, says consideration of how to celebrate the legacy of the pop star must be done carefully. "We're talking about a historical figure who really changed pop culture around the world. This is not something you do carelessly and spontaneously.' Joe Jackson says he and his family appreciate the world-wide outpouring of mourning for his son, adding, "I wish that Michael could be here to see all this - had to wait 'till something happened like this before he could be realized." APTN APEX 06-29-09 1634EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US Jackson photos Monday, 29 June 2009 STORY:US Jackson photos- NEW Photos of Michael Jackson rehearsing LENGTH: 00:21 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: See script STORY NUMBER: 611328 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 6 May 2009 LENGTH: 00:21 SHOTLIST Courtesy of Michael Jackson Los Angeles - 6 May 2009 1. Photo 1 2. Photo 2 3. Photo 3 JACKSON REHEARSING FOR TOUR Michael Jackson was set to make a comeback before he died last Thursday. Here are some photos of him rehearsing in early May in Los Angeles. APTN APEX 06-29-09 1650EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM -------------------
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