LE 13H: [issue of July 05, 2020]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Juvenile Violence / News Conference / Hearing (1999)
The House Judiciary Committee holds a hearing on the root causes of juvenile violence.
US Polygamy - Children from polygamist sect in foster care; DNA tests continue
NAME: US POLYGAMY 20080423Ix TAPE: EF08/0426 IN_TIME: 11:11:53:00 DURATION: 00:02:25:17 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION/ABC DATELINE: Various, 22 April 2008/FILE RESTRICTIONS: see script SHOTLIST: AP Television San Angelo, Texas - 22 April 2008 1. Various of buses driving away from San Angleo Coliseum ABC - No Access North America/Internet - Please Courtesy KLST/KSAN San Angelo, Texas - 22 April 2008 2. Women waiting outside leaving point for buses AP Television San Angelo, Texas - 22 April 2008 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Rulon (no last name given), Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (FLDS) Member: "I'll just tell you this much, we have no confidence in the state of Texas at this point." AP Television Eldorado, Texas - 22 April 2008 4. Various of FLDS mums and dads walking into court house complex AP Television FILE: Eldorado, Texas - Date unknown 5. Children filmed from a distance walking across street into bus (IMAGE BLURRED TO OBSCURE IDENTITIES OF CHILDREN) 6. FLDS woman gardening on Yearning For Zion (YFZ) ranch AP Television San Angelo, Texas - 22 April 2008 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Rulon (no last name given), FLDS Member: "You ever read about a concentration camp? Getting it pretty close." AP Television FILE: Eldorado, Texas - Date unknown 8. Children filmed from a distance (IMAGE BLURRED TO OBSCURE IDENTITIES OF CHILDREN) ABC - No access North America/internet Eldorado Texas, - Date unknown 9. Aerial of FLDS compound 10. FLDS women ABC - No access North America/internet Salt Lake City, Utah - 22 April 2008 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Rod Parker, FLDS Spokesman: "They certainly didn't have any problem pairing up mothers and children in the court room when they thought it would be helpful to CPS' (Children's Protective Services') case. Then they had names and they had everything but when they wanted the DNA suddenly they don't know who anyone is." AP Television San Angelo, Texas - 22 April 2008 12. Set up of David Williams, former FLDS member, being interviewed 13. SOUNDBITE (English) David Williams, former FLDS member: "I have three sons who've been forcibly take from their honourable, responsible, beautiful, mother." 14. Pan from camera crew to Williams being interviewed AP Television FILE: Eldorado, Texas - Date unknown 15. Tracking shot from moving vehicle of FLDS compound AP Television San Angelo, Texas - 22 April 2008 16. SOUNDBITE (English) David Williams, former FLDS member: "There is absolutely, there is absolutely no abuse." AP Television FILE: Eldorado, Texas - Date unknown 15. Wide of children in shelter AP Television San Angelo, Texas - 22 April 2008 16. Exterior of Coliseum 17. Buses leaving Coliseum STORYLINE: Kept together at large west Texas sites for two weeks, the first of more than 400 children taken from a polygamist compound boarded buses bound for group homes and other faraway foster care facilities. The children eagerly waved and smiled at television cameras as the buses rolled out on Tuesday. Adult members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (FLDS), meanwhile, filed through an unmarked building on a courthouse square in nearby Eldorado for the second day of DNA testing. Authorities are trying to map the tangled family trees that authorities came across while investigating a teenage girl's allegation of abuse by her much older husband. Lawyers inside San Angelo Coliseum who were meeting with their adult or child clients said state Children's Protective Services workers installed tight security, allowing no one in or out while the children, 114 of them by day's end, were loaded onto the buses. The remaining 300 children at the coliseum were still undergoing DNA testing and could be moved on Thursday, said Guy Choate, a state bar official who has been coordinating the attorneys brought from all over the state to represent the children. State District Judge Barbara Walther signed an order on Tuesday allowing the state to begin moving the children into temporary foster care while the state completes DNA testing of the 437 children and at least 175 adults and develops individual custody and treatment plans. On Monday, technicians tested children and parents in the coliseum. On Tuesday, the state added a testing site closer to the ranch, on the Eldorado courthouse square. Women in prairie dresses and men with shirts buttoned to their necks trickled into a stone building flanked by deputies to offer DNA samples. Their lawyers said many were reluctant to offer samples for testing they believe is invasive and unnecessary. Arriving in pickup trucks and sport-utility vehicles a few at a time, the parents came to allow technicians in lab coats to swab inside their mouths as they fight to regain custody of their children. By midday, only about two dozen of the 175 adults under court order had shown up. Several dozen mothers were still with the youngest children at a shelter and they could be swabbed there. Associated Press Television footage showed FLDS parents walking into the courthouse. On Tuesday, former FLDS member David Williams arrived from Nevada to give a DNA sample. "I have three sons who've been forcibly take from their honourable, responsible, beautiful, mother," he told AP Television while denying the children living at the ranch were abused. The state won the right to put the children in foster care on suspicion that members of the FLDS pushed underage girls into marriage and sex and that all the children raised in the church are in danger of being victims or becoming predators. The children have been removed from the Yearning For Zion Ranch, the renegade Mormon sect's compound in nearby Eldorado; they stayed at historic Fort Concho in San Angelo before being moved to the larger coliseum last week. Boys ages 8 and older will likely be placed in a setting similar to that where dozens of teen boys were taken last week, a Boys' Ranch near Amarillo in the Texas Panhandle some 250 miles (400 kilometres) from Eldorado. The CPS document lists facilities all around Texas - as far as Houston, about 500 miles (800 kilometres) away - where the children may be placed. The judge ordered any known or suspected parents to also get tested in one of the largest custody cases in US history. Results will likely take a month or more. All the children were supposed to get individual hearings before June 5 to help determine whether they'll stay in state custody or that parents may be able to take steps to regain custody of their children. On Tuesday, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the mainstream Mormon church, issued a statement in response to earlier plans to ask Mormon officials to monitor FLDS prayers inside the coliseum. "It would be erroneous to base any request for assistance from members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on the basis that our beliefs and practices are close to those of this polygamous group because they are not," spokeswoman Kim Farah said. The main Mormon church does not recognise FLDS and disavows polygamy.
Entertainment US Salinger - Legendary "Catcher in the Rye" author dies at 91; reax
NAME: US SALINGER 20100129I TAPE: EF10/0090 IN_TIME: 10:00:08:00 DURATION: 00:01:46:11 SOURCES: AP PHOTOS/ABC DATELINE: Various - 28 Jan 2010/ File RESTRICTIONS: Check shotlist for details SHOTLIST AP PHOTOS - NO ACCESS CANADA/FOR BROADCAST USE ONLY - STRICTLY NO ACCESS ONLINE OR MOBILE/ NO SALES FILE: Location unknown, United States - 1 January 1951 ++MUTE++ 1. STILL of J.D. Salinger, author of "The Catcher in the Rye", "Nine Stories", and "Franny and Zooey" ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA / INTERNET FILE Date/Location Uknown ++MUTE++ 2. Close up of "The Catcher in the Rye" book 3. Pan right of author''s name, J.D. Salinger, across book 4. Various of book and its pages ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA / INTERNET New York, New York - 28 January 2010 5. SOUNDBITE (English) David Remnick, Editor of the The New Yorker Magazine (++SOUNDBITE BEGINS IN PREVIOUS SHOT++) "Think of the opening sentences for Catcher in the Rye, before a paragraph is over you are into the mindset of a certain kind of kid, with certain kind of problems, in a certain country, at a certain period of time." ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA / INTERNET Boston, Massachusetts - 28 January 2010 6. Mid of Boston College Professor Amy Boesky being interviewed (++MUTE++) 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Amy Boesky, Boston College Professor: "I think it changed the history of writing for adolescents in America, introduced a character that is unforgettable to all of us who know the book." ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA / INTERNET FILE Cornish, New Hampshire - Date unknown ++MUTE++ 8. Close up of Salinger''s mailbox 9. Close up of sign reading (English) ''Private Property'' posted near Salinger''s home 10. Zoom in to Salinger''s house 11. Various of town where Salinger lived 12. Various of general store ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA / INTERNET Cornish, New Hampshire - 28 January 2010 13. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Steve Taylor, Salinger''s former neighbour "I remember him most in terms of his resolute desire for privacy and the resolute respect of the people of Waynesfield and Cornish, to respect his privacy, to honour his privacy." ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA / INTERNET Cornish, New Hampshire - Date Unknown ++MUTE++ 14. Various of editions of ''The Catcher in the Rye'' STORYLINE: J.D. Salinger, the legendary author, youth hero and fugitive from fame whose "The Catcher in the Rye" shocked and inspired a world he increasingly shunned, has died. He was 91. Salinger died of natural causes at his home on Wednesday, the author''s son, actor Matt Salinger, said in a statement from Salinger''s longtime literary representative, Harold Ober Associates, Inc. He had lived for decades in self-imposed isolation in a small, remote house in Cornish, N.H. "The Catcher in the Rye," with its immortal teenage protagonist, the twisted, rebellious Holden Caulfield, came out in 1951, a time of anxious, Cold War conformity and the dawn of modern adolescence. The Book-of-the-Month Club, which made "Catcher" a featured selection, advised that for "anyone who has ever brought up a son" the novel will be "a source of wonder and delight, and concern." Enraged by all the "phonies" who make "me so depressed I go crazy," Holden soon became American literature''s most famous anti-hero since Huckleberry Finn. The novel''s sales are astonishing, more than 60 (m) million copies worldwide, and its impact incalculable. Decades after publication, the book remains a defining expression of that most American of dreams: to never grow up. "Think of the opening sentences for Catcher in the Rye, before a paragraph is over you are into the mindset of a certain kind of kid, with certain kind of problems, in a certain country, at a certain period of time," said David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, where many of Salinger''s stories appeared. Salinger was writing for adults, but teenagers from all over identified with the novel''s themes of alienation, innocence and fantasy, not to mention the luck of having the last word. "Catcher" presents the world as an ever-so-unfair struggle between the goodness of young people and the corruption of elders, a message that only intensified with the oncoming generation gap. Salinger''s other books don''t equal the influence or sales of "Catcher," but they are still read, again and again, with great affection and intensity. Critics, at least briefly, rated Salinger as a more accomplished and daring short story writer than John Cheever. The collection "Nine Stories" features the classic "For Esme, with Love and Squalor," the deadpan account of a suicidal Army veteran and the little girl he hopes, in vain, will save him. The fictional work "Franny and Zooey," like "Catcher," is a youthful, obsessively articulated quest for redemption, featuring a memorable argument between Zooey and his mother as he attempts to read in the bathtub. Salinger also wrote the novellas "Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters" and "Seymour, An Introduction," both featuring the neurotic, fictional Glass family that appeared in much of his work. His last published story, "Hapworth 16, 1928," ran in The New Yorker in 1965. By then, he was increasingly viewed like a precocious child whose manner had soured from cute to insufferable. In 1997, it was announced that "Hapworth" would be reissued as a book, prompting a (negative) New York Times review. The book, in typical Salinger style, didn''t appear. In 1999, New Hampshire neighbour Jerry Burt said the author had told him years earlier that he had written at least 15 unpublished books kept locked in a safe at his home. The mystery of the safe continued on Thursday. Salinger''s representative at the Ober agency, Phyllis Westberg, declined comment on whether the author had any unpublished work. Spokeswoman Heather Rizzo of Little, Brown and Co., Salinger''s longtime publisher, said she had "no news on future releases." Jerome David Salinger was born Jan. 1, 1919, in New York City. His father was a wealthy importer of cheeses and meat and the family lived for years on Park Avenue. Like Holden, Salinger was an indifferent student with a history of trouble in various schools. He was sent to Valley Forge Military Academy at age 15, where he wrote at night by flashlight beneath the covers and eventually earned his only diploma. In 1940, he published his first fiction, "The Young Folks," in Story magazine. He served in the Army from 1942 to 1946, carrying a typewriter with him most of the time, writing "whenever I can find the time and an unoccupied foxhole," he told a friend. Returning to New York, the lean, dark-haired Salinger pursued an intense study of Zen Buddhism but also cut a gregarious figure in the bars of Greenwich Village, where he astonished acquaintances with his proficiency in rounding up dates. One drinking buddy, author A.E. Hotchner, would remember Salinger as the proud owner of an "ego of cast iron," contemptuous of writers and writing schools, convinced that he was the best thing to happen to American letters since Herman Melville. Holden first appeared as a character in the story "Last Day of the Last Furlough," published in 1944 in the Saturday Evening Post. Salinger''s stories ran in several magazines, especially The New Yorker, where excerpts from "Catcher" were published. The world had come calling for Salinger, but Salinger was bolting the door. By 1952, he had migrated to Cornish. Three years later, he married Claire Douglas, with whom he had two children, Margaret and Matt, before their 1967 divorce. (Salinger was also briefly married in the 1940s to a woman named Sylvia; little else is known about her.) Meanwhile, he refused interviews, instructing his agent not to forward fan mail and reportedly spending much of his time writing in a cement bunker. Sanity, apparently, could only come through seclusion. Although Salinger initially contemplated a theatre production of "Catcher," with the author himself playing Holden, he turned down numerous offers for film or stage rights, including requests from Billy Wilder and Elia Kazan. Bids from Steven Spielberg and Harvey Weinstein were also rejected. In recent years, he was a notable holdout against allowing his books to appear in digital form.
LE 20H: [05 November 2016 broadcast]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
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AP-APTN-0000: US Nick Jonas Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Nick Jonas- NEW Nick Jonas lobbying on behalf of diabetes research LENGTH: 01:44 FIRST RUN: 0000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610707 DATELINE: Washington, DC, 24 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:44 SHOTLIST (including transcript): Associated Press Television Washington, DC - 24 June 2009 1. Mid shot of Nick Jonas sitting at panel 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Nick Jonas, Jonas Brothers: "I think I've always looked at my diabetes as a opportunity, a platform to be able to share my story and try to be an encouragement and inspiration to people if I can. And hearing stories like that, you know, just makes it all worthwhile and really mean the world." 3. Wide shot of crowd 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Nick Jonas, Jonas Brothers: "I'd tell them that you can be an independent person, I'm an independent person myself, but definitely look to your doctors and family, rely on them, you can always rely on other people to help manage your diabetes. It is a lot to take care of and it's important to make sure you have them to look to." 5. Mid shot of Nick Jonas sitting at panel 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Nick Jonas, Jonas Brothers: "Absolutely. I think diabetes merely gets in the way of my performance or my day-to-day life. It's just another thing to have to think about and that's how I always looked at it. It's not something that's going to slow me down, but just a challenge or something that's added to my busy day." 7. Wide shot of crowd 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Nick Jonas, Jonas Brothers: "I think when I first got diagnosed I was in a bit of a shock -- counting carbohydrates, making sure I knew how much insulin I needed. Then once I started to really manage it, it was a lot easier. It took about six months to nine months before I was really comfortable managing my diabetes and was completely aware of all that I had to do it make manage it." 9. Mid shot of Nick Jonas sitting at panel NICK JONAS LOBBIES FOR DIABETES RESEARCH The youngest Jonas brother spent Tuesday lobbying Washington's power brokers on behalf of diabetes research - starting with the big guy, President Barack Obama. Clad in a white oxford shirt (no tie) and a gray blazer with the sleeves pushed up, 16-year-old Nick Jonas stopped by the White House for a photo with the president and children who are living with diabetes. It was his second time at the White House this year. He and brothers Joe and Kevin hung out there with Obama's daughters, Malia and Sasha, on the night of Obama's inauguration. After the White House, Jonas headed off to Capitol Hill for a private meeting at the office of Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J. The teen idol and the senator made small talk about music while photographers snapped their pictures. Roughly a dozen Capitol Hill interns waited quietly across the hall from Lautenberg's office for a glimpse of Jonas - no loud outbursts or attempts to sneak around security. Nick Jonas publicly revealed that he has Type 1 diabetes while performing at a Diabetes Research Institute fundraiser in 2007. He is scheduled to testify on Wednesday before a Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee hearing on federal funding for diabetes research. Other witnesses include boxer Sugar Ray Leonard and actress Mary Tyler Moore. The Jonas Bothers created the Change for the Children Foundation, which donates money to charities benefiting children who are disadvantaged or ill. They released their fourth CD, "Lines, Vines, and Trying Times," last week. APTN APEX 06-24-09 2030EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: US Academy Awards Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Academy Awards- REPLAY Academy doubles the number of best-pictures nominees from 5 to 10 LENGTH: 01:59 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610703 DATELINE: Beverly Hills, Calif., 24 June 2009 LENGTH: 01:59 AP Television Beverly Hills, Calif., 13 June 2009 1. Wide exterior Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences headquarters 2. Close exterior entrance Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences headquarters AP Television Beverly Hills, Calif., 24 June 2009 3. Wide AMPAS President Sid Ganis addresses press conference 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Sid Ganis/AMPAS President, on doubling number of Best Picture nominees: "So that's the big news. Beginning with the current, 82nd awards year, the Academy will select not five but ten nominees in the Best Picture category. We will be casting our net wider. And in casting that net wider, who knows what's going to turn up?" Warner Bros 5. Film clip: "The Dark Knight" AP Television Beverly Hills, Calif., 24 June 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Sid Ganis/AMPAS President, on whether the move will allow more blockbuster films into Best Picture race: "Yes, we know there were movies. 'The Dark Knight,' of course it was mentioned. And so were Pixar movies, and so were comedies. 'Tropic Thunder' was talked up. But that's not what motivates us. What motivates us is the sense of excellence. And our body is firmly into that. We're not a business academy. We're an arts academy. And that's why we're doing this. We know that there's great work emerging these days, these years. And we want to make sure that that great work is recognized." AP Television Beverly Hills, Calif., 24 June 2009 7. Exterior AMPAS headquarters OSCARS DOUBLING BEST PICTURE NOMINEES TO TEN The best-picture lineup at the Academy Awards is doubling from five films to 10, a move organizers said Wednesday will open the field to more worthy movies and possibly boost the ceremony's TV ratings. The change, which was approved Tuesday night by the board of governors for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, takes effect at next year's Oscars on March 7. The plan is a return to Oscar traditions of the 1930s and '40s, when a best-picture field of 10 or more films was common. Academy President Sid Ganis said the board looked at last year's slate of films and decided there was room for more in the top category. "We nominated five, but there were many other great films last year," Ganis said. Among last year's most acclaimed movies was the Batman blockbuster "The Dark Knight," which wound up snubbed. Another was "WALL-E," which won the Oscar for feature-length animation but was not among best-picture nominees. Ganis said the broader field might make room for documentaries, foreign-language films, animated movies and even comedies, which typically do not fare well for best-picture nominations. Not to mention the year's bigger blockbusters. "'The Dark Knight,' of course it was mentioned," Ganis said. "And so were Pixar movies, and so were comedies. 'Tropic Thunder' was talked up. But that's not what motivates us. What motivates us is the sense of excellence. And our body is firmly into that. We're not a business academy. We're an arts academy. And that's why we're doing this. We know that there's great work emerging these days, these years. And we want to make sure that that great work is recognized." With extra movies competing for the top honor, the Oscar show might draw a bigger TV audience as more fans tune to see how their favorite films fare, Ganis said. The ratings for last February's Oscars were up solidly, but that followed a ceremony a year earlier that drew the lowest ratings ever. Along with other awards shows, the Oscars generally have been losing viewers over the past couple of decades. APTN APEX 06-24-09 2031EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: US Farragut North Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Farragut North- REPLAY Captain Kirk and Mr. Big, Chris Pine and Chris North, leap from screen to stage LENGTH: 06:29 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610702 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 23 June 2009 LENGTH: 06:29 AP Television Los Angeles, 23 June 2009 1. Pan from sidewalk to Geffen Playhouse exterior 2. Closeup "Farragut North" poster 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Pine/Actor, on the plot of "Farragut North": "It's about a young wunderkind press secretary, 25-year-old guy. I play this guy Steven Bellamy on the presidential campaign. It's Iowa caucus time. He's on top of the world. He's ahead in the polls. The candidate's ahead in the polls. And everything is going great until a decision he makes, a fateful decision he makes. I guess essentially, it's pride before the fall." Geffen Playhouse 4. Performance clip: "Farragut North" Atlantic Theater Company 5. Still image: "Farragut North" (New York production) 6. Still image: "Farragut North" (New York production) AP Television Los Angeles, 23 June 2009 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Noth/Actor, on collecting up the New York production of "Farragut North" and continuing it elsewhere: "We all were very sad that it ended, because it was a short run at the Atlantic. They had another play. Because I think we would've been definitely extended. So um I just talked to Doug at the end of the run and said I'd like to try to make this work somewhere else. We were talking London, maybe. And then Randy at the Geffen graciously came to the rescue." 8. Wide "Farragut North" poster 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Beau Willimon/Playwright, "Farragut North," on advantages of mounting a new production of "Farragut North": "The silver lining on all that too was to get to bring some new people on board. I should say the gold lining. It was already a silver lining just to be able to come out here and do this. And that's Chris Pine and Justin Hewin and Mia Barron, and they've all been fantastic and brought a freshness and new elements to the play that allow us to rediscover it all over again." Geffen Playhouse 10. Key art for "Fat Pig" 11. Detail #10 12. Still image: Chris Pine and Scott Wolf in "Fat Pig" 13. Detail #12 AP Television Los Angeles, 23 June 2009 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Pine/Actor, on how doing "Fat Pig" at the Geffen lead to landing his role in "Star Trek": "The position I was in a couple years ago, I did 'Fat Pig,' and some people came out to see it and one of those people happened to be the head of casting at Paramount, who was friendly with my agent, my manager, and kind of through this circuitous route it eventually ended up with me getting an audition for 'Star Trek.' So yes, it very much paid off and engendered more work. Thank God." Paramount 15. Film clip: "Star Trek" AP Television Los Angeles, 23 June 2009 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Doug Hughes/Director, "Farragut North," on screen actors working on the stage: "I have a feeling that acting got more interesting when actors began to be obliged to perform in front of cameras. And I think that acting on stage probably got better then. I think acting got more honest at that moment in the history of the theater" New Line 17. Film clip: "Sex and the City" AP Television Los Angeles, 23 June 2009 18. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Noth/Actor, on screen vs. stage: "I prefer as an actor, I lean more towards the stage. I always say that it takes the most out of you but gives you the most back. You learn most about your craft. It's a much more communal feeling with the audience and with the cast members. It's much more gratifying. Except for the paycheck." Geffen Playhouse 19. Performance clip: "Farragut North" AP Television Los Angeles, 23 June 2009 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Pine/Actor, on screen vs. stage: "I just enjoy the hell out of it. There's nothing that beats being on stage in front of people. Especially in this wonderful house that they have here, which is about 500 seats. The energy you get from a packed house, there's nothing to compare it to, I think. Film is a different medium, clearly. But that high I don't think is the same for me. It's very much a drug. I enjoy the continuity of having two hours on stage to tell a story. You either fail or you succeed but the stakes are so high in the theater, I just love it." Geffen Playhouse 21. Performance clip: "Farragut North" AP Television Los Angeles, 23 June 2009 22. SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Pine/Actor, life after "Star Trek" and "Farragut North" : "Yeah, yeah yeah. I finished this play -- we finish 'Farragut' on the 26th of July. And I have about a month or so before I start another project, called 'Unstoppable,' that I'm extremely excited about. With Denzel Washington, which I can't even believe. I had this out-of-body experience the other day, when I was meeting with Denzel Washington and Tony Scott. We're eating brie and mango and sipping Perrier, and talking about maybe doing a film together. And it was like completely out of body witnessing this thing happening, going on. I'm just about the luckiest guy on the planet, to do something as close to my heart as this, and then go do something as crazy as a movie about a train full of toxic chemicals. I'm living a very blessed life, and I'm absolutely aware of that and very happy." Geffen Playhouse 23. Performance clip: "Farragut North" TWO CHRISES -- PINE, NOTH -- CO-STAR IN PLAY The current Captain Kirk and the all-time "Mr. Big," "Star Trek"'s Chris Pine and "Sex and the City"'s Chris Noth, leap from screen to stage in the drama "Farragut North," which opens tonight in Los Angeles. From playwright Beau Willimon, the drama follows a young, up-and-coming press secretary on a winning presidential campaign -- who then makes one fatal career move. "It's Iowa caucus time," Pine said. "He's on top of the world. He's ahead in the polls. The candidate's ahead in the polls. And everything is going great until a decision he makes, a fateful decision he makes. I guess essentially, it's pride before the fall." The play had a sold-out, but limited run, last fall in New York. A last-minute opening in the schedule at the Geffen Playhouse provided an opportunity for many of the show's original cast members to regroup and give the show another go -- much to Noth's delight. "We all were very sad that it ended, because it was a short run at the Atlantic," Noth said. "They had another play. Because I think we would've been definitely extended. So um I just talked to Doug at the end of the run and said I'd like to try to make this work somewhere else. We were talking London, maybe. And then Randy at the Geffen graciously came to the rescue." Pine was not part of the original New York cast, but has a history with the Geffen. In fact, it was there, in a 2007 production of Neil LaBute's "Fat Pig," where he was got his biggest career break. "The position I was in a couple years ago, I did 'Fat Pig,'" Pine said. "And some people came out to see it and one of those people happened to be the head of casting at Paramount, who was friendly with my agent, my manager, and kind of through this circuitous route it eventually ended up with me getting an audition for 'Star Trek.' So yes, it very much paid off and engendered more work. Thank God." The "Farragut" cast boasts other film and TV regulars, too. Director Doug Hughes said he views screen work experience as a plus for those he's directing on the stage. "I have a feeling that acting got more interesting when actors began to be obliged to perform in front of cameras," he said. "And I think that acting on stage probably got better then. I think acting got more honest at that moment in the history of the theater" Despite their screen successes, both Noth and Pine view themselves as stage actors first. "I just enjoy the hell out of it," Pine said. "There's nothing that beats being on stage in front of people. Especially in this wonderful house that they have here, which is about 500 seats. The energy you get from a packed house, there's nothing to compare it to, I think. Film is a different medium, clearly. But that high I don't think is the same for me. It's very much a drug. I enjoy the continuity of having two hours on stage to tell a story. You either fail or you succeed but the stakes are so high in the theater, I just love it." "Farragut North" runs through 26 July at the Geffen Playhouse. APTN APEX 06-24-09 2033EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: US 'The Stoning' Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US 'The Stoning'- REPLAY Actress Shohreh Aghdashloo on 'The Stoning of Soraya M.' LENGTH: 04:43 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television/Mpower Pictures STORY NUMBER: 610705 DATELINE: New York, 16 June 2009 LENGTH: 04:43 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):- Mpower Pictures 1. "The Stoning of Soraya M." Associated Press Television New York, 16 June 2009 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Shohreh Aghdashloo, Actress: "I had seen a real stoning on tape and since then I badly wanted to make a film about it and bring it to people's attention. So when it came around I was sort of waiting for it. It didn't take me long to say yes." Mpower Pictures 3. "The Stoning of Soraya M." Associated Press Television New York, 16 June 2009 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Shohreh Aghdashloo, Actress: "Yes it's still happening unfortunately. I've had people who come to me and tell me, 'we thought this happens in biblical times.' And I said, 'no, unfortunately it happens in the twenty-first century." Mpower Pictures 5. "The Stoning of Soraya M." Associated Press Television New York, 16 June 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Shohreh Aghdashloo, Actress: "The stoning scenes took six days to shoot. It was the hardest of all. And of course I'm a method actor, I make myself ready by working on the characters background. Whether it's a fictional or nonfiction character, I try to make my own background and write them down actually. And I do my chores when I try to portray my character. But also, being in the scene and working with all those villagers who acted as extras and got to throw the stones was amazing. A great acting experience more than anything else. Cause at one point when I opened my eyes and saw the dust in the air and they were shouting a lot, 'god is great,' and watching their angry fists throwing the stones. I had a hard time telling the difference between reality and cinema." Mpower Pictures 7. "The Stoning of Soraya M." Associated Press Television New York, 16 June 2009 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Shohreh Aghdashloo, Actress: "Well my thing is when I finish with a character like this, I write the character's name on a piece of paper, I go nearby a river and I leave it with the river. And I will beg the character to leave me alone and I will tell the character that I have fulfilled my duty. Leave me alone. Let me do the rest." Mpower Pictures 9. "The Stoning of Soraya M." Associated Press Television New York, 16 June 2009 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Shohreh Aghdashloo, Actress: "Watching it and thinking, 'oh I'm devastated. What am I going to do?' Going home crying. Asking for a hug or a shoulder. These are all fine of course. We all do that. But we also have to think of 'what can I do for this?' www.the stoning.com. Leave your remarks. Keep on going to the site and see what we can do. I have a strong feeling if millions of people decide then there is a way of dealing with it. There's a way of doing the right thing for it. When we're all together, it is possible." Mpower Pictures 11. "The Stoning of Soraya M." IRANIAN ACTRESS BRINGS A HORRIFYING TRUE STORY TO THE BIG SCREEN Oscar-nominated, Iranian-American actress Shohreh Aghdashloo had been waiting for a film like "The Stoning of Soraya M." to come her way. "I had seen a real stoning on tape and since then I badly wanted to make a film about it and bring it to people's attention," says Aghdashloo. "So when it came around I was sort of waiting for it. It didn't take me long to say yes." The film is based on a true story and was first published in 1994 by French-Iranian journalist Freidoune Sahebjam. It details the stoning murder of an Iranian woman wrongly accused of adultery. The "House of Sand and Fog" star admits that although filming the stoning scenes was "hardest of all," it was a great experience as an actress. "Being in the scene and working with all those villagers who acted as extras and got to throw the stones was amazing. A great acting experience more than anything else," she says. "At one point when I opened my eyes and saw the dust in the air and they were shouting a lot, 'god is great,' and watching their angry fists throwing the stones. I had a hard time telling the difference between reality and cinema." Aghdashloo plays an Iranian woman who refuses to keep the town's horrifying secret. She risks everything to make sure the world will know about her friend Soraya's brutal death. When production finished on the film, Aghdashloo said she has a ritual which allows her to let go of the character: "Well my thing is when I finish with a character like this, I write the character's name on a piece of paper, I go nearby a river and I leave it with the river. And I will beg the character to leave me alone and I will tell the character that I have fulfilled my duty. Leave me alone. Let me do the rest." The filmmakers say that statistics are hard to come by due to the remoteness and secrecy of stoning attacks against women. But they believe there have been at least 1,000 women stoned to death in countries such as Iran, Nigeria, Somalia, Sudan, Iraq, United Arab Emirates, Afghanistan and Pakistan over the past 15 years. Aghdashloo urges moviegoers to get involved: "Watching it and thinking, 'Oh I'm devastated. What am I going to do?' Going home crying. Asking for a hug or a shoulder. These are all fine of course. We all do that. But we also have to think of 'what can I do for this?' www.the stoning.com. Leave your remarks. Keep on going to the site and see what we can do. I have a strong feeling if millions of people decide then there is a way of dealing with it. There's a way of doing the right thing for it. When we're all together, it is possible." "The Stoning of Soraya M." opens in U.S. theaters June 26th. APTN APEX 06-24-09 2035EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-0000: US Real Housewive in Court Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Real Housewive in Court- NEW Danielle Staub in court to block a sex tape LENGTH: 02:06 FIRST RUN: 0000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television, Bravo STORY NUMBER: 610712 DATELINE: Paterson, NJ, 24 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:06 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. CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: COMMERCIAL MUSIC, MUSIC VIDEO AND OR PERFORMANCES, MUST BE CLEARED ACCORDING TO YOUR OWN LOCAL MUSIC PERFORMANCE AND COPYRIGHT AGREEMENTS WITH YOUR APPLICABLE COLLECTING SOCIETY. DETAILS OF THE TRACKS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE SCRIPT.YOU HAVE EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR USE OF ALL AND ANY CONTENT INCLUDED WITHIN THE SERVICE, AND FOR LIBEL, PRIVACY, COMPLIANCE AND THIRD PARTY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THEIR TERRITORY. SHOTLIST(including transcript):- SHOTLIST: Bravo 1. Clip- "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" AP Television Paterson, New Jersey, 24 June 2009 2. Wideshot of Danielle Staub and her attorney leaving court and walking to podium AP Television Paterson, New Jersey, 24 June 2009 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Darren Del Sardo/Attorney "I have an order in my hand granting Danielle Staub everything that she asked for today. Mr. Zalewski will be temporarily restrained from exploiting my client any further. Any acts or attempts to try to distribute any photograph, video, digital reproduction of her has been stopped by the court. I have that order in my hands right now." Bravo 4. Clip- "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" AP Television Paterson, New Jersey, 24 June 2009 5. Wideshot of Danielle Staub and her attorney leaving court Bravo 6. Clip- "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" AP Television Paterson, New Jersey, 24 June 2009 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Danielle Staub/Reality TV Star "And I think not just for my children, for everyone's children that know me and all woman who are looking up to me. My private moments should remain just that. Private." Bravo 8. Clip- "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" AP Television Paterson, New Jersey, 24 June 2009 9. Midshot of Danielle Staub greeting fans outside of court AP Television Paterson, New Jersey, 24 June 2009 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Danielle Staub/Reality TV Star "I think we need to protect all women. I'm all about protecting women and lifting them up. This is in no way shape or form lifting anybody up." Bravo 11. Clip- "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" AP Television Paterson, New Jersey, 24 June 2009 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Danielle Staub/Reality TV Star "And I think not just for my children, for everyone's children that know me and all woman who are looking up to me. My private moments should remain just that. Private." AP Television Paterson, New Jersey, 24 June 2009 13. Midshot of Danielle Staub greeting fans REAL DRAMA FOR A 'REAL HOUSEWIFE' One of the stars of Bravo's television series "Real Housewives of New Jersey" went to court Wednesday to avoid getting a little more exposure than she wanted. A judge granted Danielle Staub's request for a temporary restraining order to stop her former boyfriend Stephen Zalewski from releasing a sexually explicit videotape and images of her.State Superior Court Judge Thomas F. Brogan also ordered Zalewski to produce all copies of the video and pictures of Staub, and he set a hearing for July 21. Staub, 46, also filed a lawsuit against Zalewski seeking damages for invasion of privacy, defamation and infliction of emotional distress. She claimed she was unaware Zalewski was taping her and only found out about it when someone read her a Star magazine article in which Zalewski discussed the tape. "It sickened me," Staub told the judge during the brief hearing. Zalewski didn't appear in court, and a telephone message left Wednesday at his home in Lincoln Park, in northern New Jersey, wasn't immediately returned. It was unknown if he had retained a lawyer. Outside court, Staub said Zalewski was trying to get back at her and her two daughters, ages 11 and 15, for her breaking up with him. She said the couple dated from May 2008 to December 2008 and Zalewski appeared briefly on "Real Housewives," which is described on Bravo's Web site as following "five of the most affluent Jersey Girls as they live lavish lifestyles and deal with all the drama that money can buy." "This is about my kids," Staub said. "I'm a big girl. Do what you want to me. But you broke bread with my children. Don't do this to me. No adult should ever do this to a child." According to the suit filed by attorney Darren Del Sardo, Zalewski told Star magazine he was considering selling the videotape and images and said, "She cost me so much money, why shouldn't I make a few dollars?" Del Sardo said the judge told him he would refer the case to the county prosecutor's office since videotaping someone involved in sexual activity without that person's consent is prohibited under state law. Staub is one of five New Jersey women on the Bravo series, which premiered in May. Her bio on the show's Web site describes her as a newly single mother "whose history of celebrity hook-ups is one for the record books." "Known for being brutally honest," the bio says, "Danielle enjoys pushing people's buttons and doesn't apologize for it." Outside the courthouse, passers-by called greetings to Staub, and a small crowd gathered around her to take pictures with cell phones. "I like her. I like the fact that she's outspoken," said Cassandra Jordan, of Paterson, a devoted "Housewives" watcher. Her daughter, Brenda Jordan, had some words for Zalewski: "I think he just needs to find something better to do with himself," she said. 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1530 WH NATIONAL MEDAL OF ARTS STIX UNI FS32 77 PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP DELIVERS REMARKS AT CEREMONY TO AWARD THE NATIONAL MEDAL OF ARTS AND NATIONAL HUMANITIES MEDAL TRUMP: Thank you very much. Please. The First Lady and I would just like to welcome everyone to the White House a special place--very, very special. No matter where you go in the world this is one of those places that you never forget. This afternoon, it is my immense privilege to present our nation's highest honors for contributions to American art and culture. The National Medal of Arts and the National Humanities medal. Please join me in congratulating each of today's 16:10:27 recipients on their really and I mean, truly phenomenal achievement. It's an incredible achievement and congratulations to all. (APPLAUSE) With us today are Vice President Mike Pence. Mike, thank you very much. Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Secretary Betsy DeVos, thank you very much, Betsy. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a great warrior and a man who has done some incredible things two weeks ago, al-Baghdadi he did a very great job-al-Baghdadi the terrorist leader the head of ISIS is dead. Thank you very much, Mark Milley. Thank you very much. Please stand up, Mark. (APPLAUSE) Thank you. 16:11:34 Also, with us the--a friend of ours and a great congressman and a warrior in his own right Congressman Phil Roe, Phil, thank you wherever you may be. Thank you very much. Along with the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts Mary Anne Carter and the Chairman of the National Endowment of the Humanities Jon Peede, thank you very much. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) Great nations produce great thinkers, artists, musicians and scholars who make our world a more beautiful, enlightened and joyful place. Each of today's recipients has made outstanding contributions to American society, culture and life. They exemplify the genius talent and creativity of our exceptional nation. (MUSIC) (APPLAUSE) I don't want to hear that whole song but I don't know, John, maybe we got to get it moving a little bit. But what a great movie. You have made some of the greatest movies of all time. Thank you very much. 16:13:23 Actor and friend, John Voight is one of America's greatest living legends in cinema. He has captivated audiences for more than half a century starring in dozens of Hollywood blockbusters including Midnight Cowboy, Coming Home, Mission Impossible, and National Treasure and another one I think it is frankly, the greatest boxing movie of all time--The Champ. And that was some great movie. Everyone was crying at that movie. I tried not to, John, but--wasn't easy. It wasn't easy. The Champ and that was with Ricky Schroder, right? Ricky Schroder. Really great job. That was incredible. John is an actor of astonishing range and depth as the memorable Ed Gentry he played one of the leading roles in Deliverance, another great one. 16:14:20 He became an investigative reporter tracking down Nazi war criminals in the Odessa File and inhabited the role of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Pearl Harbor. He was so great. And he masterfully played Howard Cosell in Ali that was not an easy role. I know Howard very well. I knew him very well. John captures the imagination of the audience and dominates almost every single scene he is in. He is a special person. He won the Academy Award for best actor, earned four Oscar nominations and four Golden Globes. John Voight, you are an amazing artist and a beloved icon of the American film. Congratulations receiving the national medal of arts. It is a tremendous, tremendous achievement and you deserve it. We really--we love having you here, especially since it is somebody that I happen to really like. (LAUGHTER) 16:15:25 So, thank you very much, John. Congratulations. (APPLAUSE) Sharon Rockefeller has been a strong advocate for the arts and public broadcasting. The first lady of West Virginia, Sharon fought on behalf of the state's school children and served on the board of the West Virginia Educational Broadcasting Authority. She is currently chairman of the board of trustees for the National Gallery of Art and has helped the Institution acquire breathtaking works of beauty some of the best anywhere in the world. Sharon has also served as president of the Washington Educational Telecommunications Association for 30 years. She helped establish WETA as one of the preeminent public broadcasting networks in the nation. Producing PBS News Hour and Washington Week among other programming. And now, maybe I'll start getting some good publicity on those particular shows. Can you please start working on that, Sharon? (LAUGHTER)16:16:33 They tend to be on the other side of things a little bit. I think now I have a better chance. Sharon, as you received the National Medal of Arts we thank you for enriching the lives of millions and I want to thank you very much for being here, Sharon. Great job you have done. (APPLAUSE) Incredible job. Another friend of mine, author James Patterson is one of the most prolific and talented fiction writers of all time. James has authored or coauthored 277 books and sold more than 16:17:18 400 million copies worldwide and I always tell James that I don't talk about the books that I've done when I'm in his presence because he has outdone me by a lot. You have sold a lot more books than me-- (LAUGHTER) --and I guess you've sold a lot more books than anyone but maybe one. I don't know, the Bible has you, right James? The Bible has you by a little bit, right? But James is most prolific and highly, highly talented. 218 of his tittles have earned a spot on the New York Times bestseller list. And 95 of them have been ranked number one. From Alex Cross to Invisible, James has entertained adults and children alike with gripping action, stirring adventure and thrilling mystery. He has also given millions of dollars and countless books to charity. James I want to just congratulate you. I know him so well and he is a special, special man with a very, very special family. So, congratulations on receiving the National Humanitarian Medal. I want to just congratulate you. It's fantastic. 16:18:26 Fantastic job. (APPLAUSE) Fantastic job. Thanks, James. (MUSIC) I like the music better go ahead. (MUSIC) 16:19:59 Alison Krauss is one of the most acclaimed musicians in America. She picked up a fiddle for the first time at the age of five, signed her first record at 14 and earned her first Grammy at 19. During a career spanning over three decades Alison has never been confined to one musical genre or style. She has received more than 25 top awards for gospel, country and bluegrass. She has sold over 12 million records worldwide, one more Grammys than any woman in history--well, that's pretty good. (LAUGHTER) That's a big--that's a big statement. Look how shy she is. (LAUGHTER) 16:20:53 And today we proudly present to her the National Medal of Arts and, Alison, I want to thank you very much for sharing your wonderful gift with the world. Thank you very much. Fantastic. (APPLAUSE) Chef and restaurant Patrick O'Connell is a preeminent culinary artist and a trailblazing industry pioneer. Patrick showcases the brilliance of American technique, the depth of American ingredients in the limitless potential of the American hike was seen 16:21:40 at its absolute finest. In 1978 Patrick opened The Inn at Little Washington in the small rural town of Washington, Virginia. Patrick transformed the former gas station into one of the most renowned fine dining establishments on earth. For the past two years The Inn at Little Washington has been one of the--just handful of restaurants in America to receive three Michelin stars. Everyday Patrick and his team pursue absolute perfection. They are true artists who fill us with pride in our national cuisine. Patrick as we award you the National Humanities Medal, very special, very powerful award we think you and your entire team for the enduring contribution 16:22:34 to American culture and I think the First Lady and I will have to stop by very soon because it sounds good to me and I have heard incredible things. Thank you very much. Thank you, Patrick very much. (APPLAUSE) Thank you very much. Thank you, Patrick. I would like to acknowledge the extremely talented White House chefs here this afternoon including Tommy Kurpradit. Tommy, you have to be around here. Tommy, thank you, Tommy. What a job you do. You do too good a job as far as I am concerned. (LAUGHTER) Who once worked under Patrick at The Inn and is one of America's leading think tanks the Claremont Institute has made invaluable contributions to the history of American conservative thought? Claremont educates, reminds and informs the Americans about the founding principles that have made our country the greatest nation anywhere on earth 16:23:42 through publications, seminars and scholarships they fight to recover the American idea, I know it will, by teaching about the declaration of independence, the Constitution, the writings of Abraham Lincoln whose bedroom is right above us, it is a great thing to see that bedroom is in it, general? Isn't that something? General went up and saw it recently and it is something very special. The Claremont Institute helps preserve our national traditions for generations to come. Accepting the National Humanities Medal on the half of the organization is Claremont Institute President Ryan Williams. Thank you very much Ryan for being here. Thank you. Great job. (APPLAUSE) Teresa Lozano Long is an extraordinary philanthropist and supporter of education and the arts. With her husband, Joe, she has given over $130 million to universities and cultural organizations in Texas. They created the Teresa Lozano Long 16:24:58 Institute Of Latin American Studies at the University of Texas in Austin which helps maintain one of the best archives on Latin American history anywhere in the world. Teresa was also the first Hispanic American to receive a doctorate in health and physical education from the University of Texas in Austin. She has also served as a member of the National Council on the Arts. Teresa, we are so honored to have you and it's a great privilege to present you the National Humanities Medal. Thank you very much, Teresa. (APPLAUSE) Thank you very much. So next I have the honor to recognize not just one but 6656 tremendous artist and patriots, the musicians of the United States military. That is really something, the job you do. Thank you very much. Forming 136 bands worldwide these awe-inspiring men and women in uniform perform over 35,000 times each year from concert halls to war zones. They touch the hearts of servicemembers of the front lines, wounded veterans and hospitals, Goldstar families that military funerals and Americans everywhere. They are not just mag--magnificent performers and they really are the finest anywhere in the world, they are also courageous warriors. We are join this afternoon by the premier band commanders and accepting the national medal of arts on behalf of all military musicians is now 21 year old, then 19-year-old when he joined Staff Sergeant (INAUDIBLE), the youngest premier band musician in the United States military and thank you very much Staff Sergeant, we appreciated that you are here and I will say that I have had the privilege of listening to along with the first lady in many of the people in the room vice president some of the greatest music I have ever listened to. These are incredibly talented musicians. Many of them could be in the great concert halls of the world but this is what they want in this is where they want to be and they wouldn't trade it for anything. I think we can say that with the surety. 16:29:13 The recipients of today's awards have uplifted the mind, spirit and soul of this country. You have made the life of our nation more rewording, entertaining and fulfilling. You have brought joy, comfort and meaning to the homes and hearts of countless Americans. I want to congratulate you all and I want to congratulate your loved ones. We are immensely grateful for everything you have done for our country and I would like now to ask the military aid to come forward and to please read the citations. Thank you. UNKNOWN: Alison Krauss. For making extraordinary contributions to American music, blending bluegrass, folk, gospel and country into a unique style she has entertained and enriched the souls of millions. (APPLAUSE) UNKNOWN: Sharon Percy Rockefeller for being a renowned champion of the arts, a generous supporter of charity, and a pioneer of new ideas and approaches in the field of public policy. (APPLAUSE) Musicians of the United States military for personifying excellence in music and service to country, for--from concert halls to war zones, these extraordinary patriots have inspired and uplifted their fellow Americans over generations with her incredible courage and breathtaking musical talent. (APPLAUSE) John Voight for his exceptional capacity as an actor to portray deeply complex characters. Captivating audiences, he has given us insights into the richness of the human mind and heart. (APPLAUSE) The Claremont Institute for championing the nation's founding principles and enriching American minds. It's publications and public events have deepened our understanding and appreciation of American freedom and democracy, justice, and rule of law. (APPLAUSE) Teresa Lozano Long for supporting the arts and improving educational opportunities. Through scholarship and through philanthropy, she has helped America's children and young adults learn the skills they need to succeed. (APPLAUSE) Patrick J. O'Connell for being one of the greatest chefs of our time. Through the end at Little Washington, he has raised a culinary arts to new heights of excellence by embracing regional flavors and celebrating local farmers. (APPLAUSE) James Patterson for being one of the most successful American authors of our time. His prodigious imagination has resulted in fascinating works that have been enjoyed by millions. His championship of literacy in America has inspired many to realize their potential. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Thank you all very much. Thank you.
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1530 WH NATIONAL MEDAL OF ARTS STIX UNI FS32 77 PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP DELIVERS REMARKS AT CEREMONY TO AWARD THE NATIONAL MEDAL OF ARTS AND NATIONAL HUMANITIES MEDAL AR: 16x9 NYRS:N/A 16:09:47 TRUMP: Thank you very much. Please. The First Lady and I would just like to welcome everyone to the White House a special place--very, very special. No matter where you go in the world this is one of those places that you never forget. This afternoon, it is my immense privilege to present our nation's highest honors for contributions to American art and culture. The National Medal of Arts and the National Humanities medal. Please join me in congratulating each of today's 16:10:27 recipients on their really and I mean, truly phenomenal achievement. It's an incredible achievement and congratulations to all. (APPLAUSE) With us today are Vice President Mike Pence. Mike, thank you very much. Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Secretary Betsy DeVos, thank you very much, Betsy. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a great warrior and a man who has done some incredible things two weeks ago, al-Baghdadi he did a very great job-al-Baghdadi the terrorist leader the head of ISIS is dead. Thank you very much, Mark Milley. Thank you very much. Please stand up, Mark. (APPLAUSE) Thank you. 16:11:34 Also, with us the--a friend of ours and a great congressman and a warrior in his own right Congressman Phil Roe, Phil, thank you wherever you may be. Thank you very much. Along with the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts Mary Anne Carter and the Chairman of the National Endowment of the Humanities Jon Peede, thank you very much. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) Great nations produce great thinkers, artists, musicians and scholars who make our world a more beautiful, enlightened and joyful place. Each of today's recipients has made outstanding contributions to American society, culture and life. They exemplify the genius talent and creativity of our exceptional nation. (MUSIC) (APPLAUSE) I don't want to hear that whole song but I don't know, John, maybe we got to get it moving a little bit. But what a great movie. You have made some of the greatest movies of all time. Thank you very much. 16:13:23 Actor and friend, John Voight is one of America's greatest living legends in cinema. He has captivated audiences for more than half a century starring in dozens of Hollywood blockbusters including Midnight Cowboy, Coming Home, Mission Impossible, and National Treasure and another one I think it is frankly, the greatest boxing movie of all time--The Champ. And that was some great movie. Everyone was crying at that movie. I tried not to, John, but--wasn't easy. It wasn't easy. The Champ and that was with Ricky Schroder, right? Ricky Schroder. Really great job. That was incredible. John is an actor of astonishing range and depth as the memorable Ed Gentry he played one of the leading roles in Deliverance, another great one. 16:14:20 He became an investigative reporter tracking down Nazi war criminals in the Odessa File and inhabited the role of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Pearl Harbor. He was so great. And he masterfully played Howard Cosell in Ali that was not an easy role. I know Howard very well. I knew him very well. John captures the imagination of the audience and dominates almost every single scene he is in. He is a special person. He won the Academy Award for best actor, earned four Oscar nominations and four Golden Globes. John Voight, you are an amazing artist and a beloved icon of the American film. Congratulations receiving the national medal of arts. It is a tremendous, tremendous achievement and you deserve it. We really--we love having you here, especially since it is somebody that I happen to really like. (LAUGHTER) 16:15:25 So, thank you very much, John. Congratulations. (APPLAUSE) Sharon Rockefeller has been a strong advocate for the arts and public broadcasting. The first lady of West Virginia, Sharon fought on behalf of the state's school children and served on the board of the West Virginia Educational Broadcasting Authority. She is currently chairman of the board of trustees for the National Gallery of Art and has helped the Institution acquire breathtaking works of beauty some of the best anywhere in the world. Sharon has also served as president of the Washington Educational Telecommunications Association for 30 years. She helped establish WETA as one of the preeminent public broadcasting networks in the nation. Producing PBS News Hour and Washington Week among other programming. And now, maybe I'll start getting some good publicity on those particular shows. Can you please start working on that, Sharon? (LAUGHTER)16:16:33 They tend to be on the other side of things a little bit. I think now I have a better chance. Sharon, as you received the National Medal of Arts we thank you for enriching the lives of millions and I want to thank you very much for being here, Sharon. Great job you have done. (APPLAUSE) Incredible job. Another friend of mine, author James Patterson is one of the most prolific and talented fiction writers of all time. James has authored or coauthored 277 books and sold more than 16:17:18 400 million copies worldwide and I always tell James that I don't talk about the books that I've done when I'm in his presence because he has outdone me by a lot. You have sold a lot more books than me-- (LAUGHTER) --and I guess you've sold a lot more books than anyone but maybe one. I don't know, the Bible has you, right James? The Bible has you by a little bit, right? But James is most prolific and highly, highly talented. 218 of his tittles have earned a spot on the New York Times bestseller list. And 95 of them have been ranked number one. From Alex Cross to Invisible, James has entertained adults and children alike with gripping action, stirring adventure and thrilling mystery. He has also given millions of dollars and countless books to charity. James I want to just congratulate you. I know him so well and he is a special, special man with a very, very special family. So, congratulations on receiving the National Humanitarian Medal. I want to just congratulate you. It's fantastic. 16:18:26 Fantastic job. (APPLAUSE) Fantastic job. Thanks, James. (MUSIC) I like the music better go ahead. (MUSIC) 16:19:59 Alison Krauss is one of the most acclaimed musicians in America. She picked up a fiddle for the first time at the age of five, signed her first record at 14 and earned her first Grammy at 19. During a career spanning over three decades Alison has never been confined to one musical genre or style. She has received more than 25 top awards for gospel, country and bluegrass. She has sold over 12 million records worldwide, one more Grammys than any woman in history--well, that's pretty good. (LAUGHTER) That's a big--that's a big statement. Look how shy she is. (LAUGHTER) 16:20:53 And today we proudly present to her the National Medal of Arts and, Alison, I want to thank you very much for sharing your wonderful gift with the world. Thank you very much. Fantastic. (APPLAUSE) Chef and restaurant Patrick O'Connell is a preeminent culinary artist and a trailblazing industry pioneer. Patrick showcases the brilliance of American technique, the depth of American ingredients in the limitless potential of the American hike was seen 16:21:40 at its absolute finest. In 1978 Patrick opened The Inn at Little Washington in the small rural town of Washington, Virginia. Patrick transformed the former gas station into one of the most renowned fine dining establishments on earth. For the past two years The Inn at Little Washington has been one of the--just handful of restaurants in America to receive three Michelin stars. Everyday Patrick and his team pursue absolute perfection. They are true artists who fill us with pride in our national cuisine. Patrick as we award you the National Humanities Medal, very special, very powerful award we think you and your entire team for the enduring contribution 16:22:34 to American culture and I think the First Lady and I will have to stop by very soon because it sounds good to me and I have heard incredible things. Thank you very much. Thank you, Patrick very much. (APPLAUSE) Thank you very much. Thank you, Patrick. I would like to acknowledge the extremely talented White House chefs here this afternoon including Tommy Kurpradit. Tommy, you have to be around here. Tommy, thank you, Tommy. What a job you do. You do too good a job as far as I am concerned. (LAUGHTER) Who once worked under Patrick at The Inn and is one of America's leading think tanks the Claremont Institute has made invaluable contributions to the history of American conservative thought? Claremont educates, reminds and informs the Americans about the founding principles that have made our country the greatest nation anywhere on earth 16:23:42 through publications, seminars and scholarships they fight to recover the American idea, I know it will, by teaching about the declaration of independence, the Constitution, the writings of Abraham Lincoln whose bedroom is right above us, it is a great thing to see that bedroom is in it, general? Isn't that something? General went up and saw it recently and it is something very special. The Claremont Institute helps preserve our national traditions for generations to come. Accepting the National Humanities Medal on the half of the organization is Claremont Institute President Ryan Williams. Thank you very much Ryan for being here. Thank you. Great job. (APPLAUSE) Teresa Lozano Long is an extraordinary philanthropist and supporter of education and the arts. With her husband, Joe, she has given over $130 million to universities and cultural organizations in Texas. They created the Teresa Lozano Long 16:24:58 Institute Of Latin American Studies at the University of Texas in Austin which helps maintain one of the best archives on Latin American history anywhere in the world. Teresa was also the first Hispanic American to receive a doctorate in health and physical education from the University of Texas in Austin. She has also served as a member of the National Council on the Arts. Teresa, we are so honored to have you and it's a great privilege to present you the National Humanities Medal. Thank you very much, Teresa. (APPLAUSE) Thank you very much. So next I have the honor to recognize not just one but 6656 tremendous artist and patriots, the musicians of the United States military. That is really something, the job you do. Thank you very much. Forming 136 bands worldwide these awe-inspiring men and women in uniform perform over 35,000 times each year from concert halls to war zones. They touch the hearts of servicemembers of the front lines, wounded veterans and hospitals, Goldstar families that military funerals and Americans everywhere. They are not just mag--magnificent performers and they really are the finest anywhere in the world, they are also courageous warriors. We are join this afternoon by the premier band commanders and accepting the national medal of arts on behalf of all military musicians is now 21 year old, then 19-year-old when he joined Staff Sergeant (INAUDIBLE), the youngest premier band musician in the United States military and thank you very much Staff Sergeant, we appreciated that you are here and I will say that I have had the privilege of listening to along with the first lady in many of the people in the room vice president some of the greatest music I have ever listened to. These are incredibly talented musicians. Many of them could be in the great concert halls of the world but this is what they want in this is where they want to be and they wouldn't trade it for anything. I think we can say that with the surety. 16:29:13 The recipients of today's awards have uplifted the mind, spirit and soul of this country. You have made the life of our nation more rewording, entertaining and fulfilling. You have brought joy, comfort and meaning to the homes and hearts of countless Americans. I want to congratulate you all and I want to congratulate your loved ones. We are immensely grateful for everything you have done for our country and I would like now to ask the military aid to come forward and to please read the citations. Thank you. UNKNOWN: Alison Krauss. For making extraordinary contributions to American music, blending bluegrass, folk, gospel and country into a unique style she has entertained and enriched the souls of millions. (APPLAUSE) UNKNOWN: Sharon Percy Rockefeller for being a renowned champion of the arts, a generous supporter of charity, and a pioneer of new ideas and approaches in the field of public policy. (APPLAUSE) Musicians of the United States military for personifying excellence in music and service to country, for--from concert halls to war zones, these extraordinary patriots have inspired and uplifted their fellow Americans over generations with her incredible courage and breathtaking musical talent. (APPLAUSE) John Voight for his exceptional capacity as an actor to portray deeply complex characters. Captivating audiences, he has given us insights into the richness of the human mind and heart. (APPLAUSE) The Claremont Institute for championing the nation's founding principles and enriching American minds. It's publications and public events have deepened our understanding and appreciation of American freedom and democracy, justice, and rule of law. (APPLAUSE) Teresa Lozano Long for supporting the arts and improving educational opportunities. Through scholarship and through philanthropy, she has helped America's children and young adults learn the skills they need to succeed. (APPLAUSE) Patrick J. O'Connell for being one of the greatest chefs of our time. Through the end at Little Washington, he has raised a culinary arts to new heights of excellence by embracing regional flavors and celebrating local farmers. (APPLAUSE) James Patterson for being one of the most successful American authors of our time. His prodigious imagination has resulted in fascinating works that have been enjoyed by millions. His championship of literacy in America has inspired many to realize their potential. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: Thank you all very much. Thank you.
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AP-APTN-1300: FIle Robbie Williams Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:FIle Robbie Williams- NEW Robbie Wiiliams questioned by police in the Bahamas over robbery LENGTH: 00:52 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Entertainment STORY NUMBER: 610759 DATELINE: File LENGTH: 00:52 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: SHOTLIST(including transcript):- AP Entertainment London, 25 June 2009 1. Various of Sun Newspaper - Robbie story AP Entertainment - File London, UK, 18 November, 2006 1. Medium shot of Robbie Williams AP Entertainment - File London, UK, 9 November, 2004 2. Various of Robbie Williams on red carpet signing autographs and talking to reporters AP Entertainment - File Berlin, Germany, 7 October, 2005 3. Mid of Robbie Williams talking on stage during press conference ROBBIE WILLIAMS PAPARAZZI POLICE INVESTIGATION Police in the Bahamas are investigating the robbery of two paparazzi a few hours after they snapped shots of British pop idol Robbie Williams lounging on an exclusive beach in Exuma and argued with his entourage. Superintendent Ellsworth Moss, who heads the detective unit of the Royal Bahamas Police Force, said Wednesday that investigators had questioned Williams about the early Sunday (21 JUNE 2009) robbery of the two celebrity photographers who travelled to Staniel Cay to sneak photos of the vacationing singer. Moss stressed that Williams was not a suspect but that the incident may have been a "spin-off" or been triggered by what reportedly happened with his party on the beach. A phone call to Williams' representative in London was not answered. The paparazzi - Matt Sanchez of Splash News & Picture Agency and freelancer Carlos Mendez - told police they got into a shouting match with Williams' entourage while they photographed the star with zoom lenses. Hours later, they alleged, four armed men broke into their rented room and stole $20,000 (US) dollars worth of cameras and other equipment. Assistant Commissioner of Police Raymond Gibson said two men were in custody in connection with the case. He did not disclose further details, saying the investigation was continuing. Williams has long been a singing star in Britain and is popular in other countries. But he hasn't generated much appeal in the United States, receiving more publicity for entering rehab for dependency on prescription drug than for his music. APTN APEX 06-25-09 0914EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: Egypt Tamim verdict Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:Egypt Tamim verdict- NEW Billionaire sentenced to death for ordering killing of Lebanese pop star LENGTH: 02:54 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access Lebanon TYPE: Arabic/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/FUTURE TV STORY NUMBER: 610737 DATELINE: Cairo/Beirut - 25 June 2009/FILE LENGTH: 02:54 SHOTLIST (including transcript):- AP Television - AP Clients Only Cairo, Egypt, 25 June, 2009 1. Wide exterior of Cairo South court 2. Close up of court sign 3. Wide of police trucks outside court 4. Mid of security 5. Various of Egyptian billionaire Hisham Talaat Moustafa, a former member of the ruling National Democratic Party, behind bars in court 6. Close of Moustafa's associate, former State Security officer Mohsen el-Sukkary behind bars 7. Police inside court 8. Close of Moustafa's son 9. Moustafa (centre) behind bars 10. Judge Muhammadi Qunsuwa walking into courtroom 11. Qunsuwa reading verdict, UPSOUND: (Arabic) "The court ruled unanimously to sentence to death both defendants, Mohsen el-Sukkary and Hisham Talaat Moustafa." 12. Cutaway of reporters 13. Moustafa's sister leaving court 14. Interior of court 15. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Kamal Younis, former lawyer for slain Lebanese pop star Susan Tamim: "There are ways to appeal the court's ruling, and appealing should be submitted in 60 days and it could be over ruled." 16. Moustafa family leaving court AP Television - AP Clients Only Beirut, Lebanon - 25 June, 2009 17. Tilt down exterior of Tamim's house 18. Mid of building 19. Various of photographs of Tamim 20. Wide of street +++++CLIENTS NOTE FOOTAGE AS INCOMING ++++ Future TV - No Access Lebanon ++NO RE-USE/RE-SALE WITHOUT CLEARANCE++ FILE: Unknown date and location 21. Various of video clips of Tamim singing MOGUAL SENTENCED TO DEATH OVER POP STAR KILLING An Egyptian court ratified on Thursday (25 JUNE 2009) the death sentence of an Egyptian real state mogul and his associate who were convicted in the killing of a Lebanese pop star. Hisham Talaat Moustafa, who is also a former ruling party lawmaker, was convicted of paying a retired Egyptian police officer two (m) million US dollars to kill 30-year-old Suzanne Tamim, while she was in Dubai in July. Moustafa and Tamim were lovers. Moustafa was sentenced to death on May 21 and after consulting with Egypt's grand mufti, the judge, Muhammadi Qunsuwa, ratified the verdict on Thursday. In death penalty cases in Egypt, the judge must seek the opinion of the grand mufti, the country's highest religious authority. However, the grand mufti's opinion is not legally binding. The case captivated Egyptians as it involved a member of an elite, often viewed as above the law. The hit man in the case, Mohsen el-Sukkary, was also sentenced to death for murdering Tamim, and was slapped with an additional 10-year sentence for possession of weapons. The judge also ordered confiscation of the two (m) million US dollars. Thursday's ratification was expected and the Mufti's approval of the death penalties did not come as a surprise. The case has drawn a media frenzy in Egypt and throughout the Middle East. Earlier on Thursday, the Cairo court building was encircled by dozens of black-clad security forces. Moustafa and el-Sukkary arrived in two separate prison vehicles and were placed in the caged-off area for suspects, with a partition between them. Moustafa and el-Sukkary did not react to the judge's pronouncement. Their lawyers said they will appeal within 60 days. Tamim rose to stardom in the late 1990s but then hit troubled times, separating from her Lebanese husband-manager, who filed a series of lawsuits against her. During interrogations, Moustafa said he broke up with his former lover Tamim after his mother opposed the couple's marriage plan. Moustafa comes from a religiously conservative Muslim family. Motives behind the killing are not yet known. According to Dubai investigators, el-Sukkary stalked Tamim to her apartment in the swanky Dubai Marina complex and entered using an ID of the management company from which she had recently bought her home. Blood-soaked clothes were found dumped outside the building, and police say the killer's face was captured on security camera footage. APTN APEX 06-25-09 0915EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: US Jeff Buckley Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Jeff Buckley- NEW Singer lives on in documentary, 'Jeff Buckley: Grace Around the World' LENGTH: 04:53 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: APTN/Sony Music Entertainment STORY NUMBER: 610741 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 09 June 2009 LENGTH: 04:53 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. CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: COMMERCIAL MUSIC, MUSIC VIDEO AND OR PERFORMANCES, MUST BE CLEARED ACCORDING TO YOUR OWN LOCAL MUSIC PERFORMANCE AND COPYRIGHT AGREEMENTS WITH YOUR APPLICABLE COLLECTING SOCIETY. DETAILS OF THE TRACKS, WHERE AVAILABLE, MAY BE FOUND AT THE END OF THE SCRIPT.YOU HAVE EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR USE OF ALL AND ANY CONTENT INCLUDED WITHIN THE SERVICE, AND FOR LIBEL, PRIVACY, COMPLIANCE AND THIRD PARTY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THEIR TERRITORY. SHOTLIST (including transcript):- Sony Music Entertainment 1. Trailer excerpt: 'Jeff Buckley: Grace Around the World' UPSOUND (English) Jeff Buckley/Musician, talks about 'Grace': "Grace is what matters. In anything. Especially life, especially growth, tragedy, pain." "It keeps you from reaching for the gun too quickly. It keeps you from destroying things too foolishly. It sort of keeps you alive." AP Television Los Angeles, 09 June 2009 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Mary Guibert/Mother of Jeff Buckley, talks about 'Grace Around the World': "'Grace Around the World,' is a compilation of Jeff's performances on television throughout the world and also some road footage that we collected. And in between each performance we've used live, raw, interview footage, that we thought would help move the album forward." Sony Music Entertainment 3. Film clip: 'Jeff Buckley: Grace Around the World' UPSOUND (English) Jeff Buckley/Musician, talks about his interpretation of art: "If you've spent a night making love, you know exactly what it means to strip your ego down where you are there, expressing yourself, wordlessly collaborating on a moment." AP Television Los Angeles, 09 June 2009 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Mary Guibert/Mother of Jeff Buckley, talks about 'Grace Around the World': "Well, included in the limited edition package for the DVD is something very special that I've been working for years to make available to Jeff's fans. And that's a documentary called 'Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley.' Sony Music Entertainment 5. Film clip: 'Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley' UPSOUND (English) Jeff Buckley/Musician talking about his musical influences: 'My main musical influences? Hmm..." AP Television Los Angeles, 09 June 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Mary Guibert, mother of musician, Jeff Buckley talks about the making of 'Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley': "It was made over an 8 year period of time and includes raw footage of Jeff talking about his music and artists from around the world whom have been inspired by him." Sony Music Entertainment 7. Film clip: 'Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley' UPSOUND (English) Jeff Buckley/Musician talking about his musical influences: "Love, anger, depression, joy and dreams. And Zeppelin, totally (laughs)." 8. Jeff Buckley performs, 'Eternal Life': 'Jeff Buckley: Grace Around the World' AP Television Los Angeles, 09 June 2009 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Mary Guibert/Mother of Jeff Buckley, talks about why she thinks Jeff never became mainstream in the United States: "Jeff never really made it mainstream at the time that 'Grace' was released because, all of the United States was listening to something else at the time. It was the emergence of grunge. I remember Hootie and the Blowfish won the VH1 award. We were just focusing our attention elsewhere. He was six times platinum in Australia, and many times platinum in France and in Britain. So the rest of the world recognised his talent. But I think their audience is more adult than ours." Sony Music Entertainment 10. Jeff Buckley performs, 'So Real': 'Jeff Buckley: Grace Around the World' AP Television Los Angeles, 09 June 2009 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Mary Guibert/Mother of Jeff Buckley, talks about the struggle Jeff had with commercial success: "But it was more important for him to meet an artistic standard of his own, than to sell lots and lots of records. And I think it was very practical of him. I think he wanted to have a long career and he said so." Sony Music Entertainment 12. Jeff Buckley performs, 'Hallelujah': 'Jeff Buckley: Grace Around the World' AP Television Los Angeles, 09 June 2009 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Mary Guibert/Mother of Jeff Buckley, talks about what Jeff would say about the new films: "I hope that someday when I do get to stand before him, that he'll say 'Good job mom. I'm proud of this outcome. It's really a nice piece, it's well done.'" Sony Music Entertainment 14. Film clip: 'Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley' UPSOUND (English) Jeff Buckley/Musician: "I walked, talked, ate, drank, fell in love and out of love faster than anybody I ever knew. I guess I wanted to dash myself on the rocks. I guess I wanted to burn away a film that I felt was settling on me. I just wanted to work, that's all." 15. DVD box cover THE AMAZING GRACE OF JEFF BUCKLEY American singer-songwriter and guitarist Jeff Buckley has been dead for over a decade, but continues to live through the only hit album he left behind, 'Grace.' He was the son of Tim Buckley, also a musician. The latest tribute to Buckley, 'Grace Around the World' includes two DVDs and one CD. Serving as official keeper of Buckley's estate, his mother Mary Guibert talks about all the goodies fans can expect. "'Grace Around the World,' is a compilation of Jeff's performances on television throughout the world and also some road footage that we collected," said Guibert. "And in between each performance we've used live, raw, interview footage, that we thought would help move the album forward." The first DVD in the set features footage of Buckley performing live from during his much too short ride in 1994-95 - there's also the music video for 'Hallelujah' and the CD includes the first dozen songs on the DVD. The second disc is a documentary that Guibert spent eight long years collecting and editing with an additional never before seen film called 'Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley' - also part of the set. This hour long look at Buckley features interviews with family, friends, musicians as well as live performances - linked by an on-camera interview with the star talking about himself. Although this isn't the first documentary made about the soulful singer, audiences in the United States are still only now discovering his music for the first time. "Jeff never really made it mainstream at the time that 'Grace' was released because, all of the United States was listening to something else at the time," Guibert said. "It was the emergence of grunge. I remember Hootie and the Blowfish won the VH1 award. We were just focusing our attention elsewhere. He was six times platinum in Australia, and many times platinum in France and in Britain. So the rest of the world recognised his talent. But I think their audience is more adult than ours." While Buckley struggled with commercial success, one thing remained clear - his creativity and fans always came first. "It was more important for him to meet an artistic standard of his own, than to sell lots and lots of records," said Guibert. "And I think it was very practical of him. I think he wanted to have a long career and he said so." It's been 12 years since Buckley drowned but his music continues to live on. 'Grace Around the World' is a tribute to his talent. "I hope that someday when I do get to stand before him, that he'll say 'Good job mom. I'm proud of this outcome. It's really a nice piece, it's well done,' smiled Mary Guibert. 'Jeff Buckley: Amazing Grace' is available in stores now. APTN APEX 06-25-09 0920EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: US Oscars Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Oscars- NEW The Oscars honour the greatest year in cinema, 1939 LENGTH: 05:44 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: APTN/Various STORY NUMBER: 610740 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 24 June 2009 LENGTH: 05:44 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):- AP Television Los Angeles, 19 June 2009 1. Wide exterior Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) building, with tilt down AP Television Los Angeles, 24June 2009 2. Wide AMPAS president Sid Ganis at podium, flanked by posters with title treatments for 1939 Best Picture nominees 3. Close up poster, with pan down 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Sid Ganis/President, AMPAS: "We looked at last year's movies and we thought, 'Wow! We nominated five, but there were many other really good films last year. And then, coincidentally, we've been doing a programme at the Academy, right now, of the great movies, nominated movies from 1939, a long time ago, 70 years ago. Those movies nominated in 1939 numbered ten. Ten movies were nominated in 1939 and they were among the greatest movies ever made it was one of the great years for movies, 'Gone With The Wind' was the winner and 'Wizard of Oz' was nominated, 'Ninotchka', movie after movie after movie, 'Wuthering Heights'... So, we thought about it and we said, 'Maybe this is time that we broadened the field a little bit.'" Warner 5. Film clip: 'Dark Victory' 6. Film clip: 'Ninotchka' AP Television Los Angeles, 3 June 2009 7. Setup shot director Francis Ford Coppola on arrivals line at 'Tetro' premiere AP Television Los Angeles, 2 June 2009 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Francis Ford Coppola/Director, on why 1939 is "the greatest year": "You know, it's hard to say how things gather and come together and then they're just the perfect conditions that make for a beautiful day or beautiful films. Obviously, in 1939, there were some fabulous talents and there was also a studio system at its high, so they were willing to finance projects, perhaps, that were ambitious and were risky." Warner 9. Film clip: 'The Wizard of Oz' AP Television Los Angeles, 19 June 2009 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Randy Haberkamp/Program Coordinator of Educational and Special Projects, AMPAS: "Just such a rich year. And that whole idea that the town was really busy and churning. It was after the Depression had started to go away. It was when sound movies had really found their groove. And it was also before the war had chopped the market off to make it harder to do big-budget films." Warner 11. Excerpt from 'Gone with the Wind' reissue trailer AP Television Los Angeles, 19 June 2009 12. Actor Ann Rutherford poses for photographer 13. Photographers cutaway 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Ann Rutherford/Actor, 'Gone with the Wind': "I'll tell you what impressed me. I don't know when David O. Selznick managed to sleep. He must have slept faster than any human being, because he seemed to be on the set every day that I was there. And (co star) Evelyn Keyes and I used to sneak ourselves onto the lot when we weren't even working. When it had nothing to do with a family scene, we both felt the same way about it." Warner 15. Film clip: 'Gone with the Wind' (Ann Rutherford, at left, with Evelyn Keyes) AP Television Los Angeles, 3 June 2009 16. Set up shot director Sofia Coppola on arrivals line at 'Tetro' premiere AP Television Los Angeles, 2 June 2009 17. SOUNDBITE (English) Francis Ford Coppola/Director: "You know, we were in bankruptcy at one point. We had this big, beautiful wine estate, and they were coming to serve us notice, and my little eight-year-old daughter stood on the balcony of the house and she told the guy, 'Remove yourself from this property. You can't be here. This is Tara!"' (Tara, the O'Hara plantation in 'Gone With The Wind'). Warner 18. Trailer excerpt: 'Gone with the Wind' (reissue) AP Television Los Angeles, 19 June 2009 19. SOUNDBITE (English) Ann Rutherford/Actor, 'Gone with the Wind': "It was a year that we have not known since." Warner 20. Trailer excerpt: 'Gone with the Wind' (reissue) NEW OSCAR RULES TRIBUTE TO 'GREATEST YEAR' Oscar's gonna party like it's 1939. As Academy president Sid Ganis stood at the podium to announce that next year's Oscar race would have double the number of Best Picture nominees, a boost from five to 10, he was flanked by two posters with title treatments of 1939's Best Picture nominees: 'Dark Victory,' 'Gone with the Wind,' 'Goodbye, Mr. Chips,' 'Love Affair,' 'Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,' 'Ninotchka,' 'Of Mice and Men,' 'Stagecoach,' 'The Wizard of Oz' and 'Wuthering Heights.' Ganis said in the aftermath of this year's Oscars, he began to think about how there were "many other really good films" that failed to make the Best Picture cut. "And then, coincidentally, we've been doing a programme at the Academy, right now, of the great movies, nominated movies from 1939, a long time ago, 70 years ago. Those movies nominated in 1939 numbered ten. Ten movies were nominated in 1939 and they were among the greatest movies ever made it was one of the great years." Ganis continued, "so, we thought about it and we said, 'Maybe this is time that we broadened the field a little.'" That Academy film program of weekly screenings of each 1939 nominee, 'Hollywood's Greatest Year,' began in May in Los Angeles and kicked off last weekend in New York. "It was just such a rich year," observed Randy Haberkamp, program coordinator of Educational and Special Projects for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. "The town was really busy and churning. It was after the Depression had started to go away. It was when sound movies had really found their groove. And it was also before the war had chopped the market off to make it hard to do big-budget films." The biggest was producer David O. Selznick's adaptation of Margaret Mitchell's epic novel of the Old South, 'Gone with the Wind' ('GWTW'), which became the Best Picture winner of 1939. Three-and-a-half years in the making, it cost a then-astronomical $4 million (m) US dollars to produce. But it was more than time and money that propelled the year's big winner. "I'll tell you what impressed me," remembered Ann Rutherford, 88, who played Scarlett O'Hara's sister Carreen, and who participated in a panel discussion preceding the Los Angeles screening. "I don't know when David O. Selznick managed to sleep. He must have slept faster than any human being, because he seemed to be on the set every day that I was there. And (co-star) Evelyn Keyes and I used to sneak ourselves onto the lot when we weren't even working. We both felt the same way about it." Director Francis Ford Coppola ('The Godfather') said he is most impressed at how 'GWTW' has been embraced by each succeeding generation. "You know, we were in bankruptcy at one point," recalled the director, 70, himself an Oscar-winning product of 1939 (born the same year and won 3 Academy Awards). "We had this big, beautiful wine estate," he continued, "and they were coming to serve us notice, and my little eight-year-old daughter stood on the balcony of the house and she told the guy, 'Remove yourself from this property. You can't be here. This is Tara!"' (Tara, the O'Hara plantation in 'Gone With The Wind'). (That 'GWTW'-paraphrasing girl, Sofia Coppola, went on to become an Oscar winner herself for writing 2003's 'Lost in Translation.') New special-edition 'GWTW' DVD and Blu-ray sets are slated to be released by year's end, and a 70th-anniversary 'Re-Premiere' of the film is scheduled for 13-14 November in Marietta, Georgia. 'Hollywood's Greatest Year' screenings continue through 8 August in Los Angeles and 12 October in New York. The 82nd Annual Academy Awards is set for 7 March 2010. APTN APEX 06-25-09 0925EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-1300: US Nintendo Thursday, 25 June 2009 STORY:US Nintendo- NEW Nintendo reveal the summer's new games on offer including 'Wii Fit' sequel LENGTH: 04:15 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television/Nintendo STORY NUMBER: 610742 DATELINE: Los Angeles, 5 June 2009 LENGTH: 04:15 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: SHOTLIST (including transcript):- AP Television Los Angeles, 5 June 2009 1. Wide people playing Nintendo's game 'Wii Fit Plus' at E3 video game expo in Los Angeles Nintendo 2. Gameplay footage: 'Wii Fit Plus' AP Television Los Angeles, 5 June 2009 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Cammie Dunaway/Vice President, Nintendo Corp of America, on upcoming games: "I think this is going to be an exciting holiday for us because we have such a full line-up of products. It really starts off with the launch of 'Wii Sports Resort' July 27." Nintendo 4. UPSOUND Various narrated gameplay footage: 'Wii Sports Resort' AP Television Los Angeles, 5 June 2009 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Cammie Dunaway/Nintendo VP, on Wii Sports Resort: "'Wii Sports Resort' has 12 different sports. And I think in these economic times where families and everyone are looking for fun entertainment, staycations being big, that being able to spend your summer with 'Wii Sports Resort', skydiving onto the island, checking out archery, canoeing, playing basketball, enjoying 12 different sports, is going to be a lot of fun and provide hours of entertainment for folks." Nintendo 6. Promotional video: 'Wii Fit Plus' AP Television Los Angeles, 5 June 2009 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Cammie Dunaway/Nintendo VP, on 'Wii Fit Plus': "'Wii Fit' has been a really successful product for us around the world. And it's brought a lot of new people into video gaming. And with 'Wii Fit Plus' what we wanted to do is provide more customisation options. So that you can really create a routine that either targets a specific area that you're working on, or just enables you to work out for a specific amount of time. You want to work out 20 minutes without interruption, 30 minutes." Nintendo 8. Promotional video: 'Wii Fit Plus' AP Television Los Angeles, 5 June 2009 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Cammie Dunaway/Nintendo VP, on 'Wii Fit Plus': "So there are 15 new balance games and some of them are just outrageous, like being able to run an obstacle course that makes you feel like you are actually Mario. Or there's one that I like called 'Perfect Ten,' where you swing your hips to hit balls and you have to add up to the number ten. So you're really exercising your brain and exercising your body at the same time." Nintendo 10. Promotional video: 'Wii Fit Plus' AP Television Los Angeles, 5 June 2009 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Cammie Dunaway/Nintendo VP, on 'New Super Mario Bros. for Wii': "'New Super Mario Bros. for Wii' will be one that'll be under lots of trees and on lots of holiday wish lists." Nintendo 12. Trailer excerpt: 'New Super Mario Bros for Wii' AP Television Los Angeles, 5 June 2009 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Cammie Dunaway/Nintendo VP, on 'The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks': "And then the new Zelda game for DS will certainly be a big one." Nintendo 14. Trailer excerpt: 'The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks' AP Television Los Angeles, 5 June 2009 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Cammie Dunaway/Nintendo VP, on 'Style Savvy' for Nintendo DS: "Another one I think that is going to have a lot of strength is 'Style Savvy', which is a game that we're bringing over from Japan that allows you to create your own fashions, run your own boutique. And I think it'll find a very responsive audience with young women." Nintendo 16. Trailer excerpt: 'Style Savvy' UPCOMING NINTENDO GAMES FEATURE ZELDA, MARIO Nintendo is revisiting some of its biggest hits this summer and holiday season. The video game maker, whose Wiis dominate sales of home consoles and console games, is rolling out a sequel to its popular 'Wii Sports' title on 27 July, 'Wii Sports Resort.' "'Wii Sports Resort' has 12 different sports," said Cammie Dunaway, a vice president of Nintendo Corp of America. "And I think in these economic times where families and everyone are looking for fun entertainment, staycations being big, that being able to spend your summer with 'Wii Sports Resort', skydiving onto the island, checking out archery, canoeing, playing basketball, enjoying 12 different sports, is going to be a lot of fun and provide hours of entertainment for folks." At the E3 video game expo in Los Angeles last month, Nintendo also announced a new version of 'Wii Fit,' which has been among the top three-selling games every month since it was released packaged with the Wii Balance Board last fall. "'Wii Fit' has been a really successful product for us around the world. And it's brought a lot of new people into video gaming," Dunaway said. "And with 'Wii Fit Plus' what we wanted to do is provide more customisation options. So that you can really create a routine that either targets a specific area that you're working on, or just enables you to work out for a specific amount of time." The game-slash-workout tool includes 15 different games, including an obstacle course reminiscent of those conquered by Mario in 'Super Mario Galaxy' and another in which you must flap your arms to fly across an ocean. Other titles feature Nintendo's classic characters like Mario and Zelda. There's 'Super Mario Bros. Wii,' a side-scroller featuring the moustached plumber and the ability to play with four players, a sequel to 'Super Mario Galaxy,' and the DS game 'The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks,' in which the player controls a train. APTN APEX 06-25-09 0925EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM -------------------
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AP-APTN-2000: US Bridezillas Thursday, 18 June 2009 STORY:US Bridezillas- NEW Meet one of the women featured on WE tv's 'Bridezillas' LENGTH: 04:33 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television/WE tv STORY NUMBER: 610139 DATELINE: New York, 16 June 2009 LENGTH: 04:33 SHOTLIST (including transcription) WE tv 1. Clip, 'Bridezillas' AP Television New York, 16 June 2009 2. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Josaine Espinal, Reality TV Star: "My husband, he's like, 'You definitely need to be on that show because you're driving me crazy and maybe the show will calm you down a little.' No it didn't" WE tv 3. Clip, 'Bridezillas' AP Television New York, 16 June 2009 4. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Josaine Espinal, Reality TV Star: "I've watched the show before. I knew what it was all about and I really didn't mind doing it. Whatever I had to do that week that they were filling. Like, I knew I had to do it regardless. So, whether it was somebody in my house recording me or the show, so, I really didn't mind putting myself out there." WE tv 5. Clip, 'Bridezillas' AP Television New York, 16 June 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Josaine Espinal, Reality TV Star: "When I did the show I was really nervous. I was really, how can I say, emotional, stressed, so, I could imagine seeing myself that way. I'm just going to; I'm probably going to laugh, cry, all of the above." WE tv 7. Clip, 'Bridezillas' AP Television New York, 16 June 2009 5. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Josaine Espinal, Reality TV Star: "Well, it turned out the way I wanted it. I was going through so much. That's the reason I was a Bridezilla, I guess. I wanted everything to be perfect I wanted everything that I always dreamed about for that day and at the end it paid off and my husband and I are very happy the way it turned out." WE tv 8. Clip, 'Bridezillas' AP Television New York, 16 June 2009 2. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Josaine Espinal, Reality TV Star: "I think it actually brought us closer together because the whole argument about the whole process was money and when it finally ended we were like, 'Wow, it turned out to be beautiful at the end.' So, money wasn't really something to argue about because at the end it was beautiful." 'BRIDEZILLAS' - BACK TO LIFT THE VEIL OVER OUTRAGEOUS BRIDES Hold onto your veils. WE tv's summertime hit Bridezilla's is back, featuring some of the most nightmarish brides ever. Josaine Epsinal signed herself up for the show, which follows strong-willed who want their wedding the way they want - no matter what it takes. Epsinal says applying to be on the show was her husband's idea. "My husband, he's like, 'You definitely need to be on that show because you're driving me crazy and maybe the show will calm you down a little.' No it didn't," she said. In her episode, Epsinal is seen cussing out her then husband to be when he asks her to limit her spending on the event. She cusses out her own mother when she throws a fit because she doesn't like the way her hair's been highlighted. A make-up artist walks out on her because of insults. The show also features some of her less-than-appetizing eating habits. But Epsinal says she knew what she was getting into. "I've watched the show before," she said. "I knew what it was all about and I really didn't mind doing it. Whatever I had to do that week that they were filming, I knew I had to do it regardless. So, whether it was somebody in my house recording me or the show, so, I really didn't mind putting myself out there." And in the end, she says it worked. "Well, it turned out the way I wanted it, That's the reason I was a Bridezilla, I guess," said Epsinal. "I wanted everything to be perfect. I wanted everything that I always dreamed about for that day and at the end it paid off and my husband and I are very happy the way it turned out." 'Bridezillas' airs Sundays on WE tv. Epsinal's episodes will air 12 and 19 July. APTN APEX 06-18-09 1622EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: UK Princes Thursday, 18 June 2009 STORY:UK Princes- REPLAY William and Harry learn how to fly helicopters LENGTH: 02:13 FIRST RUN: 1800 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: UK Pool STORY NUMBER: 610089 DATELINE: Shawbury, UK, 18 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:13 SHOTLIST UK POOL Shawbury,UK - 18 June 2009 1. Princes William and Harry by helicopter on RAF base Shawbury 2. Close-up of princes, pan to the pair walking away 3. Close-up Prince William's badge, saying William Wales ++MUTE++ 4. Close-up Prince Harry ++MUTE++ 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Britain's Prince William (with Harry by his side) "He's doing a fantastic job. He puts himself down, but generally he's done seriously well. I've talked to his instructor and stuff like that and he's doing a fantastic job, so he's just very modest about it." 6. Helicopter on tarmac 7. Various of Harry in helicopter 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Britain's Prince Harry (with William by his side) "I'm really enjoying it and as everyone knows it is my easiest way of getting back onto the frontline, and maybe safer, maybe not safer, I don't know." 9. Helicopter hovering 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Britain's Prince Harry and Prince William "I think both of us, he's definitely got more brains than me, I think we've established that from school but when it comes to all that I'm much better hands on." William: "I've got more brains and looks as well." Harry: "And baldness. Sorry?" Reporter question: When will you be flying solo? Harry: When will I be flying solo? When I'm ready, hopefully sometime next week, depending on the British weather, but we'll have to wait and see. But yes, it's fantastic, it really is." Reporter question: Did you just have a dig at his baldness? Harry: "At his what, sorry?" William: "It's pretty rich coming from a ginger (hair colour). I'm quite happy to take that on, it's fine. He's a good looking ginger, it's all right." Harry: "Peter (referring to reporter) is both." Harry: "He beat us both." 11. Harry checking over his helicopter 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Britain's Prince William (with Harry by his side) "As far as I'm concerned, in my eyes, if Harry can do it, then I can do it. I don't really separate us in that much difference, and I think as the future head of the Armed Forces it's really important that I at least get the opportunity to be credible and to do the job that I signed up for and to do the best I can. That's all I ever wanted to do." 13. Princes William and Harry and others on tarmac STORYLINE Britain's Princes William and Harry on Thursday spoke about their plans for a future in the military. At a news conference on the Royal Air Force (RAF) base at Shawbury, the princes talked about their ambitions once they'd completed their flight training. Prince Harry, 24, known in the military as Lieutenant Henry Wales, is taking the same flight training program completed by his 26-year-old brother. William, the future King of England, is learning to become an RAF search and rescue pilot. Although serious throughout most of the media opportunity, the princes also found time to poke fun at each other's hair. "I've got more brains and looks," said William, to which Harry retorted "and baldness". His brother came back to say that was "pretty rich coming from a ginger (hair colour)" but added he was "a good looking" one. Prince William hinted he would like to follow in the army-booted footsteps of his younger brother and fight on the front line. But, as the future king, it's unlikely William would be exposed to the dangers faced by Prince Harry, who served in Afghanistan. William, who is currently training to fly search-and-rescue helicopters, told reporters he remained hopeful. "I think as a future head of the armed forces, it's really important you at least get the opportunity to be credible and to do the job I signed up for, as best I can. That's all I want to do." Major Zog Zvegintzov, the commanding officer of the defence helicopter flying school in Shawbury, in western England, has declined to say what role the Harry eventually have. Harry, whose time in the infantry in Afghanistan was cut short by a media leak, could spend four months to a year training in one of the British Army's helicopters, the Apache, the Lynx or the Gazelle. Zvegintzov said that the choice of aircraft, and where it was deployed, would depend on the British military's operational requirements at the time, adding that Harry was still a long way from completing his training. The news conference was orchestrated to brief the media on the brothers' progress, and to sate the public's appetite for news and pictures. Harry and his brother strolled out of an aircraft hangar to pose in front of two helicopters left idle on the tarmac as a long line of photographers snapped away. Harry's bemused fellow students watched from a distance. They said they had come to watch Harry hold court before the world's media. 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APTN APEX 06-18-09 1624EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US Angelina Jolie Thursday, 18 June 2009 STORY:US Angelina Jolie- REPLAY Actress and Brad Pitt donate $1 million to U.N. refugee agency LENGTH: 02:32 FIRST RUN: 1800 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610132 DATELINE: Washington, 18 June 2009 LENGTH: 02:32 CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: APTN - AP Clients Only Washington, D.C., 18 June 2009 1. Jolie walking onto stage, greeted by applause 2. Wideshot of event 3. Jolie walking up to podium to speak 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Angelina Jolie, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador "Refugees are not numbers. They're not even just refugees. They are mothers, and daughters and fathers and sons. They are farmers, teachers, doctors, engineers. They're individuals, all. And most of all, they are survivors." 5. Cutaway 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Angelina Jolie, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador "The threat of climate change, the competition for resources, and ever growing global inequality have created deepening intractable conflicts. Whether it be Darfur, Myanmar or the Swat Valley or some as yet unknown crisis. Mass migrations will be a feature of our future. And we must adjust to this looming reality." 7. Cutaway 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Angelina Jolie, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador "Pakistan, a country now facing a crisis with over 2 million of its own people displaced, is still hosting 1.7 million Afghans. And has hosted millions of Afghan families for nearly 30 years." 9. Cutaway 10. Wideshot of Rose Mapendo, recipient of Humanitarian of the Year Award 11. Cutaway of Jolie wiping away a tear 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Rose Mapendo, recipient of Humanitarian of the Year Award "After that, God did not answer me. At that time, I was really angry. And it became to the point was the end of my life." 13. Mapendo hugging Jolie 14. Jolie handing awards to the winners of the World Refugee Day Poster Contest 15. Antonio Guterres walking to podium 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Antonio Guterres, UN High Commissioner for Refugees "We also need to recognize that every country has the right to define its own migration policies. But we also need to say loud and clear that refugees are not terrorists. They are the first victims of terror. And they need to be protected." 17. UPSOUND and zoom out from screen to wideshot of event STORYLINE UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie teared up as she spoke at a World Refugee Day event in Washington, D.C., Thursday (18JUNE). "Refugees are not numbers. They're not even just refugees. They are mothers, and daughters and fathers and sons. They are farmers, teachers, doctors, engineers. They're individuals, all. And most of all, they are survivors," she said telling stories of the people she has visited in various camps around the world. "The threat of climate change, the competition for resources, and ever growing global inequality have created deepening intractable conflicts. Whether it be Darfur, Myanmar or the Swat Valley or some as yet unknown crisis. Mass migrations will be a feature of our future. And we must adjust to this looming reality," Jolie said. Jolie and her husband Brad Pitt donated $1 million to the U.N. refugee agency providing aid to hundreds of thousands uprooted by violence in Pakistan. The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees says it is grateful for the donation from the Jolie-Pitt Foundation. He said the money will go to alleviating suffering caused by the "most challenging humanitarian crisis of the past decade." UNHCR says more than 2 million Pakistanis have been driven from their homes this year by fighting between government troops and Taliban militants in the northwest of the country. Jolie has visited refugees in Pakistan on three missions since becoming goodwill ambassador for the agency in 2001. The Oscar-winning actress took Pitt with her on one visit in 2005. APTN APEX 06-18-09 1625EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US Lauren Conrad Thursday, 18 June 2009 STORY:US Lauren Conrad- NEW Lauren Conrad on her new book, Heidi Pratt and fame LENGTH: 04:18 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television STORY NUMBER: 610126 DATELINE: New York, 18 June 2009 LENGTH: 04:18 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- AP Television New York - 22 December 2008 1. Midshot Lauren Conrad on the red carpet at the season 4 wrap party for "The Hills" AP Television New York, 18 June 2009 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Lauren Conrad/TV Personality & Author, whether the book and her TV shows relate to each other: "I think that it's...it's very similar to my lifestyle and the experience that I went through as far as, you know, emotionally and just the changes that just happened in my life but as far as specific experiences it's different. All the things that happened in this book were made up. It's a fictional book." HarperCollins handout 3. "L.A. Candy" book cover AP Television New York, 18 June 2009 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Lauren Conrad/TV Personality & Author "You know, they brought the idea of would you, would you be interested in writing a fictional book and I really liked the idea. I like writing short stories and I've always enjoyed writing." AP Television Los Angeles, 15 December 2008 5. Wideshot of Lauren Conrad at the new D&G flagship store opening on Robertson Boulevard AP Television New York, 18 June 2009 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Lauren Conrad/TV Personality & Author, on writing her first book: "The time commitment is crazy, especially with all that I was doing at the time. I was still filming the show. I was traveling on weekends. It was a lot, a lot of work and the deadlines can be a little stressful because it's kind of a forced creativity where you want to take your time and really devote all of yourself to this book and they're like, 'Yeah, but we're gonna need it in like a week.' So, there's stressful times but then when you realize the editing process goes on and on and you can always make changes. I kind of felt like my first draft needed to be like perfect and I learned as I went along that you can make changes and figure it out along the way." AP Television Los Angeles, 31 May 2009 7. Wideshot of Lauren Conrad on the red carpet of the MTV Movie Awards AP Television New York, 18 June 2009 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Lauren Conrad/TV Personality & Author, on book signings: "It was insane. It's such a cool thing to do because you get to meet all these people and they say the sweetest things to you. You can't really describe the feeling of a complete stranger coming up to you and letting you know you have an impact on their life. It's such a cool thing. Never gets old. Never stops feeling amazing so I really like it. I think it's cool to meet the people who've made all this possible." AP Television Los Angeles, 17 April 2008 9. Midshot of Lauren Conrad talking to a reporter at US Weekly's Hot Hollywood 2008 Party AP Television New York, 18 June 2009 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Lauren Conrad/TV Personality & Author, on the signature braid she wore on 'The Hills': "Oh you know what's so funny? When I went and did my book signing I must've seen like a hundred braids in people's hair. It was a little weird to see like little things like that and it's so funny because I started braiding my hair like that because I went weird one night and just tried to cut bangs and I decided I wanted bangs. And it looked awful so I actually have, they're kind of curled up now, so I have kind of bangs. So I started braiding my hair back to hide them. And it was funny that to me people were like, 'Oh I like that braid you do!' and started doing it that's like I was trying to hide a mess up that I did and it turned into like a thing." AP Television New York - 22 December 2008 11. Midshot Heidi and Spencer Pratt on the red carpet at the season 4 wrap party for "The Hills" AP Television New York, 18 June 2009 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Lauren Conrad/TV Personality & Author, on co-star Heidi Pratt's religious beliefs: "She was religious definitely. I don't think she was as vocal about it but yeah, I remember she usually had like a Bible by her bed." AP Television New York - 22 December 2008 13. Wideshot of Lauren Conrad, Audrina Patridge, and Whitney Port on the red carpet at the season 4 wrap party for "The Hills" AP Television New York, 18 June 2009 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Lauren Conrad/TV Personality & Author, on whether all her exposure ever goes to her head: "I have the same group of friends that I grew up with since I was a kid. I actually live with a few of them and my parents are very quick to remind me that I'm not that cool. (Laughs) They, I have awesome friends. They really keep things in perspective and so I'm lucky to have them. They have just kind of kept me sane." AP Images Beverly Hills, CA, 10 June 2009 15. Lauren Conrad arrives at the launch of her new novel "L.A. Candy" AP Images Culver City, CA, 14 October 2008 16. Lauren Conrad, far left, looks on as her makeup artist Amy Nadine works on a model before the Lauren Conrad Collection show during Mercedes-Benz fashion week in LA AP Images Los Angeles, CA, 6 June 200 17. Lauren Conrad celebrates after throwing out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the Los Angeles' Dodgers Major League Baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies AP Images New York, 27 October 2008 18. Lauren Conrad meets with fans after a taping of the "Late Show with David Letterman" AP Images Los Angeles, 1 June 2008 19. From left, Whitney Port, Lauren Conrad and Stephanie Pratt arrive at the MTV Movie Awards AP Images Los Angeles, 9 May 2009 20. Lauren Conrad and Lauren "Lo" Bosworth at Barbie's 50th anniversary celebration LAUREN CONRAD HAS A NEW GIG She may have left the reality show 'The Hills' on MTV, but Lauren Conrad already has a new job: as an author. She just released her first novel, 'L.A. Candy.' It's about a young woman in her early twenties who gets tapped to star in a reality show and goes from a private person to living in the public eye overnight. She says the idea for the book comes from her own life but the details are pure fiction. "All the things that happened in this book were made up. It's a fictional book." Conrad, 23, says the most challenging part of writing the book was meeting deadlines from her publisher because while she was working on it she was also still filming 'The Hills.' "It was...a lot of work and the deadlines can be a little stressful because it's kind of a forced creativity where you want to take your time and really devote all of yourself to this book and they're like, 'Yeah, but we're gonna need it in like a week.'" Conrad has a contract with HarperCollins to write two more books. She's open to doing more and is also interested in turning them into a TV series that she would potentially produce. She's about to kick off a book tour across the U.S and looks forward to meeting fans. Her book is also available to purchase from Amazon's United Kingdom site. "It's such a cool thing. Never gets old. Never stops feeling amazing so I really like it. I think it's cool to meet the people who've made all this possible." And just because Conrad has left 'The Hills' she's still tied to its remaining cast members, including frenemy Heidi Pratt who has made headlines recently for her appearance on 'I'm a Celebrity, Now Get Me Out of Here!' On the NBC show, Pratt is very passionate and vocal about being a devoted Christian, which is a side of her she hasn't expressed in front of the cameras on 'The Hills.' Conrad says from what she knows, Pratt's Christianity is legit. "She was religious, definitely. I don't think she was as vocal about it but yeah, I remember she usually had like a Bible by her bed." APTN APEX 06-18-09 1630EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM ------------------- AP-APTN-2000: US Hottest Bachelor Thursday, 18 June 2009 STORY:US Hottest Bachelor- NEW People Magazine names Chace Crawford the hottest bachelor LENGTH: 04:13 FIRST RUN: 2000 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP Television/People Magazine STORY NUMBER: 610122 DATELINE: US, 18 June 2009 LENGTH: 04:13 SHOTLIST (including transcript):- People Magazine 1. Cover of People Magazine's Hottest Bachelor issue Associated Press Television U.S., 18 June 2009 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Blaine Zuckerman, People Magazine: "Well you know we look at a lot of factors. We look at who's having a good moment with their career. We look at who people think is just genetically sexy and hot and this one was a real easy one. Chace Crawford is our hottest bachelor because not only is he on "Gossip Girl," but it's announced recently he's going to be on "Footloose." He's a gorgeous young man with those beautiful baby blue eyes and he's also said now is the time in his life when he wants to date." People Magazine 3. Close up, zoom out Chace Crawford poses for People Magazine 4. Pan up, Chace Crawford poses for People Magazine Associated Press Television U.S., 18 June 2009 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Blaine Zuckerman, People Magazine (on Adam Lambert): "He is a newcomer to the scene and certainly there is a lot of speculation about his dating life. Who he might be interested in dating and what sex of people he might be interested in dating. But one of the things he talked about is this year the real challenge is just being true to himself. And I think one of the things he realized is that anytime you're honest it's going to help your dating life. So we're certainly excited to have him on the list this year." People Magazine 6. Photo of Adam Lambert Associated Press Television-File New York, 26 May 2009 7. Adam Lambert gets make-up done before interview Associated Press Television U.S., 18 June 2009 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Blaine Zuckerman, People Magazine: "Shia LaBeouf I believe has been on the list but he's having a big moment right now with "Transformers." He's making the transition from a younger star to more of an adult character. There's been a lot of talk lately of him potentially dating his costars. But really what he talked about, the real struggle for him reconciling Shia LaBeouf the person with Shia LaBeouf the movie/television personality. While he's struggling, he's also enjoying it and having a good time with his bachelor status." Paramount Pictures 9. "Transformers: revenge of the Fallen" Associated Press Television-File London, 15 June 2009 10. Medium shot Shia LaBeouf at "Transformers" premiere Associated Press Television U.S., 18 June 2009 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Blaine Zuckerman, People Magazine: "Robert Pattinson is certainly someone who everyone likes to talk about, but he's very, very private. So there's a bit of a mystery about who he's dating. There's a lot of speculation about whether or not it's one of his co-stars. But because we don't know what he's doing, it in some respects fuels the fire and in other respects we just don't know. But he talked about when he goes out there are all these women around him and their almost like rabid. But he appreciates the energy. He says it's very inspiring and there's a lot of energy that comes with that." People Magazine 12. Photo of Robert Pattinson Associated Press Television-File Cannes, France, 20 May 2009 13. Robert Pattinson poses on the red carpet Associated Press Television U.S., 18 June 2009 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Blaine Zuckerman, People Magazine: "Common is one of those very talented, multi-faceted guys. He's obviously known in the hip-hop world but this year he had a big hit with the "Terminator" film, "Resurrection." So that was an easy one for us. He's a very, very handsome man and we like a guy who's got a diversity of talents." People Magazine 15. Photo of Common Associated Press Television U.S., 18 June 2009 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Blaine Zuckerman, People Magazine: "We also look at a wide variety of ages. Chace is on the younger side, he's 23. And then we have someone who's been around for a while. Someone like Bret Michaels. He's been on the scene for a while and seems to be committed to his bachelor life. He's going back on tour with his band Poison. We shot him as a wounded soldier after he got into a bit of a run-in at the Tonys." People Magazine 17. Various shots of Bret Michaels posing for People Magazine photo shoot Associated Press Television U.S., 18 June 2009 18. SOUNDBITE (English) Blaine Zuckerman, People Magazine: "Kellan Lutz is one of those hot actors from 'Twilight.' He plays Emmett in the movie. And he met one of his dearest friends Ryan Eggold when they shot '90210' together. These guys had a good time. We shot them as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. They talked about what it's like to have a wingman. They actually kidded about how they first met. They pretended it was on Match.com." People Magazine 19. Various shots of Ryan Eggold & Kellan Lutz posing for People Magazine photo shoot PEOPLE MAGAZINE NAMES CHACE CRAWFORD "SUMMER'S HOTTEST BACHELOR" Chace Crawford, who plays hunky Nate Archibald on the CW teen drama "Gossip Girl," is People magazine's hottest bachelor of the summer. "Chace Crawford is our hottest bachelor because not only is he on 'Gossip Girl,' but it's announced recently he's going to be on "Footloose," says People Magazine's Blaine Zuckerman. "He's a gorgeous young man with those beautiful baby blue eyes and he's also said now is the time in his life when he wants to date." The 23-year-old actor says dating country star Carrie Underwood was "a whirlwind" - but has no regrets. Crawford adds: "I learned a ton about dating someone in that kind of spotlight." "Transformers" star Shia LaBeouf also made People's list of sexy single men. "He's making the transition from a younger star to more of an adult character," explains Zuckerman. "There's been a lot of talk lately of him potentially dating his co-stars. But really what he talked about, the real struggle for him reconciling Shia LaBeouf the person with Shia LaBeouf the movie/television personality." No surprise here, "Twilight" mega-star Robert Pattinson is also featured in the magazine. "He's very, very private," says Zuckerman. "So there's a bit of a mystery about who he's dating. There's a lot of speculation about whether or not it's one of his co-stars. But because we don't know what he's doing, it in some respects fuels the fire." "American Idol" runner-up Adam Lambert has been making headlines after coming out in Rolling Stone magazine. He told People that his main challenge has been staying true to himself. "I think one of the things he realized is that anytime you're honest it's going to help your dating life, says Zuckerman. "So we're certainly excited to have him on the list this year." Zuckerman says they tried to put together a diverse group of single. He says Bret Michaels, star of the reality show "Rock of Love," made the list and is "committed to his bachelor life." People's list of hot bachelors also includes Zac Efron, Bradley Cooper, Ryan Eggold, Kellan Lutz and the men of HBO's "Entourage." APTN APEX 06-18-09 1727EDT ------------------- END -- OF -- ITEM -------------------
Campaign 2000: McCain in Columbia, South Carolina 12:18-13:58
Republican candidate John McCain in Columbia, SC. rs4 12:18:13 if apparently been some push polls where they call up and say some things about candidates, if that true, a clear violation of Bush's handshake, one of the most negative things you can do in American politics 12:18:54 push in on McCain 12:18:58 1 don't know either he or I have undergone either an incredible change in persoanlity, I still respect Bush and I hope we can carry out this campaign on an elevated campaign, his supporters have been calling me a variety of things 12:19:42 we will respond to negative attacks 12:19:53 move to wife Cindy McCain 12:20:00 I did not say untrustworthy 12:20:09 well david I said that to do things that are a violation of your words are untrustworthy, the vet vote is very important, Bush stood next to a person who claimed that I have abandoned the vets, my record is clear, my support and awards from all highest vet associations who have given me awards, while I have abandoned vets, that's not trustworthy, we're responding and continuing to respond 12:21:25 because the only way you can discourage negative ads and attacks if you say there is a price to pay, we responded and he took down the add 12:21:48 wide shot of McCain and wife and Linday Graham at presser / press conference. 12:21:58 push in on McCain 12:22:50 man introduces his son 'John-John" and says I hope you return as a Reagan-type president, we really need a man like you, for my son here 12:23:31 shot of parking lot 12:24:05 McCain bus "straight talk express" pulls up 12:24:26 press step off bus 12:24:42 shot of McCain bus that says McCain 2000 12:25:06 McCain and Mrs. McCain wife step off bus, shaking hands with military men and women 12:25:29 McCain signs copies of his books for woman fan 12:26:00 McCain and wife move through crowd (pleasure to have you here) 12:26:19 McCain and wife move through people, shaking hands to get to building ... applause and cheers 12:26:53 McCain enters room, applause starts up and music, move past people cheering and clapping 12:27:57 McCain shakes hands 12:28:48 audience cutaway, McCain and Cindy on stage 12:29:13 audience reaction shot applauding 12:29:38 Linday Graham on stage... my time in congress we fulfilled our promises, not about personalities but about our country, party... and I felt we were confusing you all and time for us to change ... tough times but if we follow polls what would we have won 12:30:40 but I think historically the right thing to do... 12:31:29 and if there was a poll at that time, it was 1 or 2%, talked about what he wanted to do as president, I said yes is I want somebody in the white house I don't always have to agree with to respect, how they lived their life, look at the people who served in the Hanoi Hilton with John is he honored his country and conunitment 12:32:25 he is the antidote to Bill Clinton (applause here) 12:33:08 thank you all for being here,.... 12:33:41 I took my cell telephone looked him straight in the eye and threw it in the toilet, I don't like to interfere with anybody's personnel Ivies, trying to find somebody who can love him as much as we do 12:35:34 be glad to answer questions about the liberal left wing media biais 12:38:49 my grandfather and my father were fighting people who found redemption in serving my country, by the way we sold the movie fights to this book, I want Tom Cruise but my kids want Danny DeVito .... Barry Goldwater q&a session: 13:04:09 because we have extensive home schooling, we do and we're very proud of our home schooling in Arizoa, the senator's plan is for all education, so congratulations to you for taking on this challenge 13:08:44 I could never have made that kind of congress... 13:12:51 my goal with the absolute truth is exactly what the facts dictate 13:13:26 I also believe that my relationship with god is a private matter, times in my life that spiritual help got me through my life, ritual belief got me through many hard times 13:16:09 they don't do any work up there, they might as well come down and campaign against me... 13:20:17 discussing fund raising, corrupting influence of money... 13:21:29 HMOs patients' bill of rights, women have the right to a second opinion, have a right to emergency room care, you could sue if you are damaged by that treatment, ten of us in this room could work out a patients' bill of rights 13:22:02 democrats want everybody 13:23:57 parents know their children, not something government can control, it's the parents repsonsibility ... common sense and discpline, we have in fact have the laws to act on, our young people are not adults, they are our children and we need to treat them like our children... 13:25:11 we need to make sure that our laws with the rights of 13:26:05 we are so willing to bend over ... violence in school often represents the last effort, I will not put up with it, neither will senator mccain 13:29:01 I would want to do what Jack Kennedy did and have a weekly presser / press conference 13:29:58 I have a 17 year pro-life voting record and I believer think this issue has polarized both ends of the spectrum because we could work together to make adoption easier, thousands of children who need parents and parents who want kids ... it took Cindy and I a year to adopt Megan, lets work together to try to approve, most pro-choice people want to reduce and limit abortion as well ... preserve a fundamental principle ... rights of the unborn 13:32:14 donates it to some charity, this is a common practice in America, charitable deductions in America, you want to give to nay charity ... that should be a deductible 13:32:54 everybody has their views about being gay, I don't believe it is a sin, it is a lifestyle that I don't approve of, but I don't think it is a sin, I am for the don't ask, don't tell in the military, worked, Colin Powell ... I understand what they're saying ... I will not support efforts to have openly gay people in the military of the US 13:35:08 probably the biggest reason is I support McCain is because of ss, Washington social trust fund is the biggets piggybank in DC. We oughta take 62% of the surplus and then he goes a step further, not only repay the money, but get it out of Washington, so its out of politicans' reach, out of their reach in Washington 13:37:36 McCain moves among people shaking hands 13:38:32 McCain on stage as music plays 13:38:40 McCain 13:38:48 shot of audience on stage under McCain sign 13:38:56 cuts of audience reacting 13:40:23 McCain on stage, talking, camera pans audience 13:41:12 wide shot of McCain and wife on stage, camera moves in for tighter shot 13:41:36 Pull back to wide shot 13:42:02 audience shots 13:44:30 no food stamp army when I am president of the US (shot of soldier listening) 13:44:42 McCain on stage, under shot 13:44:53 pan from audience to McCain 13:45:21 shot of McCain poster on wall 13:45:36 McCain on stage with mike 13:46:30 McCain signing autographs 13:46:41 shot of McCain surrounded by people, signing autographs 13:47:17 wide shot of McCain signing autographs and chatting with people 13:49:20 cuts of McCain giving on the street press conference (shot behind McCain's head) 13:49:37 shot of press @ing and people watching 13:49:46 Shot of John and Cindy McCain (tight, then a pull back) 13:50:15 press filming, pan back to McCains 13:50:37 shot pans back to press 13:50:48 under shot of McCains 13:57:18 cuts 13:57:40 applause 13:58:15 mccain shaking hands with audience
Campaign 2000: McCain in Columbia, South Carolina 12:18-13:58
Republican candidate John McCain in Columbia, SC. rs4 12:18:13 if apparently been some push polls where they call up and say some things about candidates, if that true, a clear violation of Bush's handshake, one of the most negative things you can do in American politics 12:18:54 push in on McCain 12:18:58 1 don't know either he or I have undergone either an incredible change in persoanlity, I still respect Bush and I hope we can carry out this campaign on an elevated campaign, his supporters have been calling me a variety of things 12:19:42 we will respond to negative attacks 12:19:53 move to wife Cindy McCain 12:20:00 I did not say untrustworthy 12:20:09 well david I said that to do things that are a violation of your words are untrustworthy, the vet vote is very important, Bush stood next to a person who claimed that I have abandoned the vets, my record is clear, my support and awards from all highest vet associations who have given me awards, while I have abandoned vets, that's not trustworthy, we're responding and continuing to respond 12:21:25 because the only way you can discourage negative ads and attacks if you say there is a price to pay, we responded and he took down the add 12:21:48 wide shot of McCain and wife and Linday Graham at presser / press conference. 12:21:58 push in on McCain 12:22:50 man introduces his son 'John-John" and says I hope you return as a Reagan-type president, we really need a man like you, for my son here 12:23:31 shot of parking lot 12:24:05 McCain bus "straight talk express" pulls up 12:24:26 press step off bus 12:24:42 shot of McCain bus that says McCain 2000 12:25:06 McCain and Mrs. McCain wife step off bus, shaking hands with military men and women 12:25:29 McCain signs copies of his books for woman fan 12:26:00 McCain and wife move through crowd (pleasure to have you here) 12:26:19 McCain and wife move through people, shaking hands to get to building ... applause and cheers 12:26:53 McCain enters room, applause starts up and music, move past people cheering and clapping 12:27:57 McCain shakes hands 12:28:48 audience cutaway, McCain and Cindy on stage 12:29:13 audience reaction shot applauding 12:29:38 Linday Graham on stage... my time in congress we fulfilled our promises, not about personalities but about our country, party... and I felt we were confusing you all and time for us to change ... tough times but if we follow polls what would we have won 12:30:40 but I think historically the right thing to do... 12:31:29 and if there was a poll at that time, it was 1 or 2%, talked about what he wanted to do as president, I said yes is I want somebody in the white house I don't always have to agree with to respect, how they lived their life, look at the people who served in the Hanoi Hilton with John is he honored his country and conunitment 12:32:25 he is the antidote to Bill Clinton (applause here) 12:33:08 thank you all for being here,.... 12:33:41 I took my cell telephone looked him straight in the eye and threw it in the toilet, I don't like to interfere with anybody's personnel Ivies, trying to find somebody who can love him as much as we do 12:35:34 be glad to answer questions about the liberal left wing media biais 12:38:49 my grandfather and my father were fighting people who found redemption in serving my country, by the way we sold the movie fights to this book, I want Tom Cruise but my kids want Danny DeVito .... Barry Goldwater q&a session: 13:04:09 because we have extensive home schooling, we do and we're very proud of our home schooling in Arizoa, the senator's plan is for all education, so congratulations to you for taking on this challenge 13:08:44 I could never have made that kind of congress... 13:12:51 my goal with the absolute truth is exactly what the facts dictate 13:13:26 I also believe that my relationship with god is a private matter, times in my life that spiritual help got me through my life, ritual belief got me through many hard times 13:16:09 they don't do any work up there, they might as well come down and campaign against me... 13:20:17 discussing fund raising, corrupting influence of money... 13:21:29 HMOs patients' bill of rights, women have the right to a second opinion, have a right to emergency room care, you could sue if you are damaged by that treatment, ten of us in this room could work out a patients' bill of rights 13:22:02 democrats want everybody 13:23:57 parents know their children, not something government can control, it's the parents repsonsibility ... common sense and discpline, we have in fact have the laws to act on, our young people are not adults, they are our children and we need to treat them like our children... 13:25:11 we need to make sure that our laws with the rights of 13:26:05 we are so willing to bend over ... violence in school often represents the last effort, I will not put up with it, neither will senator mccain 13:29:01 I would want to do what Jack Kennedy did and have a weekly presser / press conference 13:29:58 I have a 17 year pro-life voting record and I believer think this issue has polarized both ends of the spectrum because we could work together to make adoption easier, thousands of children who need parents and parents who want kids ... it took Cindy and I a year to adopt Megan, lets work together to try to approve, most pro-choice people want to reduce and limit abortion as well ... preserve a fundamental principle ... rights of the unborn 13:32:14 donates it to some charity, this is a common practice in America, charitable deductions in America, you want to give to nay charity ... that should be a deductible 13:32:54 everybody has their views about being gay, I don't believe it is a sin, it is a lifestyle that I don't approve of, but I don't think it is a sin, I am for the don't ask, don't tell in the military, worked, Colin Powell ... I understand what they're saying ... I will not support efforts to have openly gay people in the military of the US 13:35:08 probably the biggest reason is I support McCain is because of ss, Washington social trust fund is the biggets piggybank in DC. We oughta take 62% of the surplus and then he goes a step further, not only repay the money, but get it out of Washington, so its out of politicans' reach, out of their reach in Washington 13:37:36 McCain moves among people shaking hands 13:38:32 McCain on stage as music plays 13:38:40 McCain 13:38:48 shot of audience on stage under McCain sign 13:38:56 cuts of audience reacting 13:40:23 McCain on stage, talking, camera pans audience 13:41:12 wide shot of McCain and wife on stage, camera moves in for tighter shot 13:41:36 Pull back to wide shot 13:42:02 audience shots 13:44:30 no food stamp army when I am president of the US (shot of soldier listening) 13:44:42 McCain on stage, under shot 13:44:53 pan from audience to McCain 13:45:21 shot of McCain poster on wall 13:45:36 McCain on stage with mike 13:46:30 McCain signing autographs 13:46:41 shot of McCain surrounded by people, signing autographs 13:47:17 wide shot of McCain signing autographs and chatting with people 13:49:20 cuts of McCain giving on the street press conference (shot behind McCain's head) 13:49:37 shot of press @ing and people watching 13:49:46 Shot of John and Cindy McCain (tight, then a pull back) 13:50:15 press filming, pan back to McCains 13:50:37 shot pans back to press 13:50:48 under shot of McCains 13:57:18 cuts 13:57:40 applause 13:58:15 mccain shaking hands with audience
Campaign 2000: McCain in Columbia, South Carolina 12:18-13:58
Republican candidate John McCain in Columbia, SC. rs4 12:18:13 if apparently been some push polls where they call up and say some things about candidates, if that true, a clear violation of Bush's handshake, one of the most negative things you can do in American politics 12:18:54 push in on McCain 12:18:58 1 don't know either he or I have undergone either an incredible change in persoanlity, I still respect Bush and I hope we can carry out this campaign on an elevated campaign, his supporters have been calling me a variety of things 12:19:42 we will respond to negative attacks 12:19:53 move to wife Cindy McCain 12:20:00 I did not say untrustworthy 12:20:09 well david I said that to do things that are a violation of your words are untrustworthy, the vet vote is very important, Bush stood next to a person who claimed that I have abandoned the vets, my record is clear, my support and awards from all highest vet associations who have given me awards, while I have abandoned vets, that's not trustworthy, we're responding and continuing to respond 12:21:25 because the only way you can discourage negative ads and attacks if you say there is a price to pay, we responded and he took down the add 12:21:48 wide shot of McCain and wife and Linday Graham at presser / press conference. 12:21:58 push in on McCain 12:22:50 man introduces his son 'John-John" and says I hope you return as a Reagan-type president, we really need a man like you, for my son here 12:23:31 shot of parking lot 12:24:05 McCain bus "straight talk express" pulls up 12:24:26 press step off bus 12:24:42 shot of McCain bus that says McCain 2000 12:25:06 McCain and Mrs. McCain wife step off bus, shaking hands with military men and women 12:25:29 McCain signs copies of his books for woman fan 12:26:00 McCain and wife move through crowd (pleasure to have you here) 12:26:19 McCain and wife move through people, shaking hands to get to building ... applause and cheers 12:26:53 McCain enters room, applause starts up and music, move past people cheering and clapping 12:27:57 McCain shakes hands 12:28:48 audience cutaway, McCain and Cindy on stage 12:29:13 audience reaction shot applauding 12:29:38 Linday Graham on stage... my time in congress we fulfilled our promises, not about personalities but about our country, party... and I felt we were confusing you all and time for us to change ... tough times but if we follow polls what would we have won 12:30:40 but I think historically the right thing to do... 12:31:29 and if there was a poll at that time, it was 1 or 2%, talked about what he wanted to do as president, I said yes is I want somebody in the white house I don't always have to agree with to respect, how they lived their life, look at the people who served in the Hanoi Hilton with John is he honored his country and conunitment 12:32:25 he is the antidote to Bill Clinton (applause here) 12:33:08 thank you all for being here,.... 12:33:41 I took my cell telephone looked him straight in the eye and threw it in the toilet, I don't like to interfere with anybody's personnel Ivies, trying to find somebody who can love him as much as we do 12:35:34 be glad to answer questions about the liberal left wing media biais 12:38:49 my grandfather and my father were fighting people who found redemption in serving my country, by the way we sold the movie fights to this book, I want Tom Cruise but my kids want Danny DeVito .... Barry Goldwater q&a session: 13:04:09 because we have extensive home schooling, we do and we're very proud of our home schooling in Arizoa, the senator's plan is for all education, so congratulations to you for taking on this challenge 13:08:44 I could never have made that kind of congress... 13:12:51 my goal with the absolute truth is exactly what the facts dictate 13:13:26 I also believe that my relationship with god is a private matter, times in my life that spiritual help got me through my life, ritual belief got me through many hard times 13:16:09 they don't do any work up there, they might as well come down and campaign against me... 13:20:17 discussing fund raising, corrupting influence of money... 13:21:29 HMOs patients' bill of rights, women have the right to a second opinion, have a right to emergency room care, you could sue if you are damaged by that treatment, ten of us in this room could work out a patients' bill of rights 13:22:02 democrats want everybody 13:23:57 parents know their children, not something government can control, it's the parents repsonsibility ... common sense and discpline, we have in fact have the laws to act on, our young people are not adults, they are our children and we need to treat them like our children... 13:25:11 we need to make sure that our laws with the rights of 13:26:05 we are so willing to bend over ... violence in school often represents the last effort, I will not put up with it, neither will senator mccain 13:29:01 I would want to do what Jack Kennedy did and have a weekly presser / press conference 13:29:58 I have a 17 year pro-life voting record and I believer think this issue has polarized both ends of the spectrum because we could work together to make adoption easier, thousands of children who need parents and parents who want kids ... it took Cindy and I a year to adopt Megan, lets work together to try to approve, most pro-choice people want to reduce and limit abortion as well ... preserve a fundamental principle ... rights of the unborn 13:32:14 donates it to some charity, this is a common practice in America, charitable deductions in America, you want to give to nay charity ... that should be a deductible 13:32:54 everybody has their views about being gay, I don't believe it is a sin, it is a lifestyle that I don't approve of, but I don't think it is a sin, I am for the don't ask, don't tell in the military, worked, Colin Powell ... I understand what they're saying ... I will not support efforts to have openly gay people in the military of the US 13:35:08 probably the biggest reason is I support McCain is because of ss, Washington social trust fund is the biggets piggybank in DC. We oughta take 62% of the surplus and then he goes a step further, not only repay the money, but get it out of Washington, so its out of politicans' reach, out of their reach in Washington 13:37:36 McCain moves among people shaking hands 13:38:32 McCain on stage as music plays 13:38:40 McCain 13:38:48 shot of audience on stage under McCain sign 13:38:56 cuts of audience reacting 13:40:23 McCain on stage, talking, camera pans audience 13:41:12 wide shot of McCain and wife on stage, camera moves in for tighter shot 13:41:36 Pull back to wide shot 13:42:02 audience shots 13:44:30 no food stamp army when I am president of the US (shot of soldier listening) 13:44:42 McCain on stage, under shot 13:44:53 pan from audience to McCain 13:45:21 shot of McCain poster on wall 13:45:36 McCain on stage with mike 13:46:30 McCain signing autographs 13:46:41 shot of McCain surrounded by people, signing autographs 13:47:17 wide shot of McCain signing autographs and chatting with people 13:49:20 cuts of McCain giving on the street press conference (shot behind McCain's head) 13:49:37 shot of press @ing and people watching 13:49:46 Shot of John and Cindy McCain (tight, then a pull back) 13:50:15 press filming, pan back to McCains 13:50:37 shot pans back to press 13:50:48 under shot of McCains 13:57:18 cuts 13:57:40 applause 13:58:15 mccain shaking hands with audience
Campaign 2000: McCain in Columbia, South Carolina 12:18-13:58
Republican candidate John McCain in Columbia, SC. rs4 12:18:13 if apparently been some push polls where they call up and say some things about candidates, if that true, a clear violation of Bush's handshake, one of the most negative things you can do in American politics 12:18:54 push in on McCain 12:18:58 1 don't know either he or I have undergone either an incredible change in persoanlity, I still respect Bush and I hope we can carry out this campaign on an elevated campaign, his supporters have been calling me a variety of things 12:19:42 we will respond to negative attacks 12:19:53 move to wife Cindy McCain 12:20:00 I did not say untrustworthy 12:20:09 well david I said that to do things that are a violation of your words are untrustworthy, the vet vote is very important, Bush stood next to a person who claimed that I have abandoned the vets, my record is clear, my support and awards from all highest vet associations who have given me awards, while I have abandoned vets, that's not trustworthy, we're responding and continuing to respond 12:21:25 because the only way you can discourage negative ads and attacks if you say there is a price to pay, we responded and he took down the add 12:21:48 wide shot of McCain and wife and Linday Graham at presser / press conference. 12:21:58 push in on McCain 12:22:50 man introduces his son 'John-John" and says I hope you return as a Reagan-type president, we really need a man like you, for my son here 12:23:31 shot of parking lot 12:24:05 McCain bus "straight talk express" pulls up 12:24:26 press step off bus 12:24:42 shot of McCain bus that says McCain 2000 12:25:06 McCain and Mrs. McCain wife step off bus, shaking hands with military men and women 12:25:29 McCain signs copies of his books for woman fan 12:26:00 McCain and wife move through crowd (pleasure to have you here) 12:26:19 McCain and wife move through people, shaking hands to get to building ... applause and cheers 12:26:53 McCain enters room, applause starts up and music, move past people cheering and clapping 12:27:57 McCain shakes hands 12:28:48 audience cutaway, McCain and Cindy on stage 12:29:13 audience reaction shot applauding 12:29:38 Linday Graham on stage... my time in congress we fulfilled our promises, not about personalities but about our country, party... and I felt we were confusing you all and time for us to change ... tough times but if we follow polls what would we have won 12:30:40 but I think historically the right thing to do... 12:31:29 and if there was a poll at that time, it was 1 or 2%, talked about what he wanted to do as president, I said yes is I want somebody in the white house I don't always have to agree with to respect, how they lived their life, look at the people who served in the Hanoi Hilton with John is he honored his country and conunitment 12:32:25 he is the antidote to Bill Clinton (applause here) 12:33:08 thank you all for being here,.... 12:33:41 I took my cell telephone looked him straight in the eye and threw it in the toilet, I don't like to interfere with anybody's personnel Ivies, trying to find somebody who can love him as much as we do 12:35:34 be glad to answer questions about the liberal left wing media biais 12:38:49 my grandfather and my father were fighting people who found redemption in serving my country, by the way we sold the movie fights to this book, I want Tom Cruise but my kids want Danny DeVito .... Barry Goldwater q&a session: 13:04:09 because we have extensive home schooling, we do and we're very proud of our home schooling in Arizoa, the senator's plan is for all education, so congratulations to you for taking on this challenge 13:08:44 I could never have made that kind of congress... 13:12:51 my goal with the absolute truth is exactly what the facts dictate 13:13:26 I also believe that my relationship with god is a private matter, times in my life that spiritual help got me through my life, ritual belief got me through many hard times 13:16:09 they don't do any work up there, they might as well come down and campaign against me... 13:20:17 discussing fund raising, corrupting influence of money... 13:21:29 HMOs patients' bill of rights, women have the right to a second opinion, have a right to emergency room care, you could sue if you are damaged by that treatment, ten of us in this room could work out a patients' bill of rights 13:22:02 democrats want everybody 13:23:57 parents know their children, not something government can control, it's the parents repsonsibility ... common sense and discpline, we have in fact have the laws to act on, our young people are not adults, they are our children and we need to treat them like our children... 13:25:11 we need to make sure that our laws with the rights of 13:26:05 we are so willing to bend over ... violence in school often represents the last effort, I will not put up with it, neither will senator mccain 13:29:01 I would want to do what Jack Kennedy did and have a weekly presser / press conference 13:29:58 I have a 17 year pro-life voting record and I believer think this issue has polarized both ends of the spectrum because we could work together to make adoption easier, thousands of children who need parents and parents who want kids ... it took Cindy and I a year to adopt Megan, lets work together to try to approve, most pro-choice people want to reduce and limit abortion as well ... preserve a fundamental principle ... rights of the unborn 13:32:14 donates it to some charity, this is a common practice in America, charitable deductions in America, you want to give to nay charity ... that should be a deductible 13:32:54 everybody has their views about being gay, I don't believe it is a sin, it is a lifestyle that I don't approve of, but I don't think it is a sin, I am for the don't ask, don't tell in the military, worked, Colin Powell ... I understand what they're saying ... I will not support efforts to have openly gay people in the military of the US 13:35:08 probably the biggest reason is I support McCain is because of ss, Washington social trust fund is the biggets piggybank in DC. We oughta take 62% of the surplus and then he goes a step further, not only repay the money, but get it out of Washington, so its out of politicans' reach, out of their reach in Washington 13:37:36 McCain moves among people shaking hands 13:38:32 McCain on stage as music plays 13:38:40 McCain 13:38:48 shot of audience on stage under McCain sign 13:38:56 cuts of audience reacting 13:40:23 McCain on stage, talking, camera pans audience 13:41:12 wide shot of McCain and wife on stage, camera moves in for tighter shot 13:41:36 Pull back to wide shot 13:42:02 audience shots 13:44:30 no food stamp army when I am president of the US (shot of soldier listening) 13:44:42 McCain on stage, under shot 13:44:53 pan from audience to McCain 13:45:21 shot of McCain poster on wall 13:45:36 McCain on stage with mike 13:46:30 McCain signing autographs 13:46:41 shot of McCain surrounded by people, signing autographs 13:47:17 wide shot of McCain signing autographs and chatting with people 13:49:20 cuts of McCain giving on the street press conference (shot behind McCain's head) 13:49:37 shot of press @ing and people watching 13:49:46 Shot of John and Cindy McCain (tight, then a pull back) 13:50:15 press filming, pan back to McCains 13:50:37 shot pans back to press 13:50:48 under shot of McCains 13:57:18 cuts 13:57:40 applause 13:58:15 mccain shaking hands with audience
Campaign 2000: McCain in Columbia, South Carolina 12:18-13:58
Republican candidate John McCain in Columbia, SC. rs4 12:18:13 if apparently been some push polls where they call up and say some things about candidates, if that true, a clear violation of Bush's handshake, one of the most negative things you can do in American politics 12:18:54 push in on McCain 12:18:58 1 don't know either he or I have undergone either an incredible change in persoanlity, I still respect Bush and I hope we can carry out this campaign on an elevated campaign, his supporters have been calling me a variety of things 12:19:42 we will respond to negative attacks 12:19:53 move to wife Cindy McCain 12:20:00 I did not say untrustworthy 12:20:09 well david I said that to do things that are a violation of your words are untrustworthy, the vet vote is very important, Bush stood next to a person who claimed that I have abandoned the vets, my record is clear, my support and awards from all highest vet associations who have given me awards, while I have abandoned vets, that's not trustworthy, we're responding and continuing to respond 12:21:25 because the only way you can discourage negative ads and attacks if you say there is a price to pay, we responded and he took down the add 12:21:48 wide shot of McCain and wife and Linday Graham at presser / press conference. 12:21:58 push in on McCain 12:22:50 man introduces his son 'John-John" and says I hope you return as a Reagan-type president, we really need a man like you, for my son here 12:23:31 shot of parking lot 12:24:05 McCain bus "straight talk express" pulls up 12:24:26 press step off bus 12:24:42 shot of McCain bus that says McCain 2000 12:25:06 McCain and Mrs. McCain wife step off bus, shaking hands with military men and women 12:25:29 McCain signs copies of his books for woman fan 12:26:00 McCain and wife move through crowd (pleasure to have you here) 12:26:19 McCain and wife move through people, shaking hands to get to building ... applause and cheers 12:26:53 McCain enters room, applause starts up and music, move past people cheering and clapping 12:27:57 McCain shakes hands 12:28:48 audience cutaway, McCain and Cindy on stage 12:29:13 audience reaction shot applauding 12:29:38 Linday Graham on stage... my time in congress we fulfilled our promises, not about personalities but about our country, party... and I felt we were confusing you all and time for us to change ... tough times but if we follow polls what would we have won 12:30:40 but I think historically the right thing to do... 12:31:29 and if there was a poll at that time, it was 1 or 2%, talked about what he wanted to do as president, I said yes is I want somebody in the white house I don't always have to agree with to respect, how they lived their life, look at the people who served in the Hanoi Hilton with John is he honored his country and conunitment 12:32:25 he is the antidote to Bill Clinton (applause here) 12:33:08 thank you all for being here,.... 12:33:41 I took my cell telephone looked him straight in the eye and threw it in the toilet, I don't like to interfere with anybody's personnel Ivies, trying to find somebody who can love him as much as we do 12:35:34 be glad to answer questions about the liberal left wing media biais 12:38:49 my grandfather and my father were fighting people who found redemption in serving my country, by the way we sold the movie fights to this book, I want Tom Cruise but my kids want Danny DeVito .... Barry Goldwater q&a session: 13:04:09 because we have extensive home schooling, we do and we're very proud of our home schooling in Arizoa, the senator's plan is for all education, so congratulations to you for taking on this challenge 13:08:44 I could never have made that kind of congress... 13:12:51 my goal with the absolute truth is exactly what the facts dictate 13:13:26 I also believe that my relationship with god is a private matter, times in my life that spiritual help got me through my life, ritual belief got me through many hard times 13:16:09 they don't do any work up there, they might as well come down and campaign against me... 13:20:17 discussing fund raising, corrupting influence of money... 13:21:29 HMOs patients' bill of rights, women have the right to a second opinion, have a right to emergency room care, you could sue if you are damaged by that treatment, ten of us in this room could work out a patients' bill of rights 13:22:02 democrats want everybody 13:23:57 parents know their children, not something government can control, it's the parents repsonsibility ... common sense and discpline, we have in fact have the laws to act on, our young people are not adults, they are our children and we need to treat them like our children... 13:25:11 we need to make sure that our laws with the rights of 13:26:05 we are so willing to bend over ... violence in school often represents the last effort, I will not put up with it, neither will senator mccain 13:29:01 I would want to do what Jack Kennedy did and have a weekly presser / press conference 13:29:58 I have a 17 year pro-life voting record and I believer think this issue has polarized both ends of the spectrum because we could work together to make adoption easier, thousands of children who need parents and parents who want kids ... it took Cindy and I a year to adopt Megan, lets work together to try to approve, most pro-choice people want to reduce and limit abortion as well ... preserve a fundamental principle ... rights of the unborn 13:32:14 donates it to some charity, this is a common practice in America, charitable deductions in America, you want to give to nay charity ... that should be a deductible 13:32:54 everybody has their views about being gay, I don't believe it is a sin, it is a lifestyle that I don't approve of, but I don't think it is a sin, I am for the don't ask, don't tell in the military, worked, Colin Powell ... I understand what they're saying ... I will not support efforts to have openly gay people in the military of the US 13:35:08 probably the biggest reason is I support McCain is because of ss, Washington social trust fund is the biggets piggybank in DC. We oughta take 62% of the surplus and then he goes a step further, not only repay the money, but get it out of Washington, so its out of politicans' reach, out of their reach in Washington 13:37:36 McCain moves among people shaking hands 13:38:32 McCain on stage as music plays 13:38:40 McCain 13:38:48 shot of audience on stage under McCain sign 13:38:56 cuts of audience reacting 13:40:23 McCain on stage, talking, camera pans audience 13:41:12 wide shot of McCain and wife on stage, camera moves in for tighter shot 13:41:36 Pull back to wide shot 13:42:02 audience shots 13:44:30 no food stamp army when I am president of the US (shot of soldier listening) 13:44:42 McCain on stage, under shot 13:44:53 pan from audience to McCain 13:45:21 shot of McCain poster on wall 13:45:36 McCain on stage with mike 13:46:30 McCain signing autographs 13:46:41 shot of McCain surrounded by people, signing autographs 13:47:17 wide shot of McCain signing autographs and chatting with people 13:49:20 cuts of McCain giving on the street press conference (shot behind McCain's head) 13:49:37 shot of press @ing and people watching 13:49:46 Shot of John and Cindy McCain (tight, then a pull back) 13:50:15 press filming, pan back to McCains 13:50:37 shot pans back to press 13:50:48 under shot of McCains 13:57:18 cuts 13:57:40 applause 13:58:15 mccain shaking hands with audience
Campaign 2000: McCain in Columbia, South Carolina 12:18-13:58
Republican candidate John McCain in Columbia, SC. rs4 12:18:13 if apparently been some push polls where they call up and say some things about candidates, if that true, a clear violation of Bush's handshake, one of the most negative things you can do in American politics 12:18:54 push in on McCain 12:18:58 1 don't know either he or I have undergone either an incredible change in persoanlity, I still respect Bush and I hope we can carry out this campaign on an elevated campaign, his supporters have been calling me a variety of things 12:19:42 we will respond to negative attacks 12:19:53 move to wife Cindy McCain 12:20:00 I did not say untrustworthy 12:20:09 well david I said that to do things that are a violation of your words are untrustworthy, the vet vote is very important, Bush stood next to a person who claimed that I have abandoned the vets, my record is clear, my support and awards from all highest vet associations who have given me awards, while I have abandoned vets, that's not trustworthy, we're responding and continuing to respond 12:21:25 because the only way you can discourage negative ads and attacks if you say there is a price to pay, we responded and he took down the add 12:21:48 wide shot of McCain and wife and Linday Graham at presser / press conference. 12:21:58 push in on McCain 12:22:50 man introduces his son 'John-John" and says I hope you return as a Reagan-type president, we really need a man like you, for my son here 12:23:31 shot of parking lot 12:24:05 McCain bus "straight talk express" pulls up 12:24:26 press step off bus 12:24:42 shot of McCain bus that says McCain 2000 12:25:06 McCain and Mrs. McCain wife step off bus, shaking hands with military men and women 12:25:29 McCain signs copies of his books for woman fan 12:26:00 McCain and wife move through crowd (pleasure to have you here) 12:26:19 McCain and wife move through people, shaking hands to get to building ... applause and cheers 12:26:53 McCain enters room, applause starts up and music, move past people cheering and clapping 12:27:57 McCain shakes hands 12:28:48 audience cutaway, McCain and Cindy on stage 12:29:13 audience reaction shot applauding 12:29:38 Linday Graham on stage... my time in congress we fulfilled our promises, not about personalities but about our country, party... and I felt we were confusing you all and time for us to change ... tough times but if we follow polls what would we have won 12:30:40 but I think historically the right thing to do... 12:31:29 and if there was a poll at that time, it was 1 or 2%, talked about what he wanted to do as president, I said yes is I want somebody in the white house I don't always have to agree with to respect, how they lived their life, look at the people who served in the Hanoi Hilton with John is he honored his country and conunitment 12:32:25 he is the antidote to Bill Clinton (applause here) 12:33:08 thank you all for being here,.... 12:33:41 I took my cell telephone looked him straight in the eye and threw it in the toilet, I don't like to interfere with anybody's personnel Ivies, trying to find somebody who can love him as much as we do 12:35:34 be glad to answer questions about the liberal left wing media biais 12:38:49 my grandfather and my father were fighting people who found redemption in serving my country, by the way we sold the movie fights to this book, I want Tom Cruise but my kids want Danny DeVito .... Barry Goldwater q&a session: 13:04:09 because we have extensive home schooling, we do and we're very proud of our home schooling in Arizoa, the senator's plan is for all education, so congratulations to you for taking on this challenge 13:08:44 I could never have made that kind of congress... 13:12:51 my goal with the absolute truth is exactly what the facts dictate 13:13:26 I also believe that my relationship with god is a private matter, times in my life that spiritual help got me through my life, ritual belief got me through many hard times 13:16:09 they don't do any work up there, they might as well come down and campaign against me... 13:20:17 discussing fund raising, corrupting influence of money... 13:21:29 HMOs patients' bill of rights, women have the right to a second opinion, have a right to emergency room care, you could sue if you are damaged by that treatment, ten of us in this room could work out a patients' bill of rights 13:22:02 democrats want everybody 13:23:57 parents know their children, not something government can control, it's the parents repsonsibility ... common sense and discpline, we have in fact have the laws to act on, our young people are not adults, they are our children and we need to treat them like our children... 13:25:11 we need to make sure that our laws with the rights of 13:26:05 we are so willing to bend over ... violence in school often represents the last effort, I will not put up with it, neither will senator mccain 13:29:01 I would want to do what Jack Kennedy did and have a weekly presser / press conference 13:29:58 I have a 17 year pro-life voting record and I believer think this issue has polarized both ends of the spectrum because we could work together to make adoption easier, thousands of children who need parents and parents who want kids ... it took Cindy and I a year to adopt Megan, lets work together to try to approve, most pro-choice people want to reduce and limit abortion as well ... preserve a fundamental principle ... rights of the unborn 13:32:14 donates it to some charity, this is a common practice in America, charitable deductions in America, you want to give to nay charity ... that should be a deductible 13:32:54 everybody has their views about being gay, I don't believe it is a sin, it is a lifestyle that I don't approve of, but I don't think it is a sin, I am for the don't ask, don't tell in the military, worked, Colin Powell ... I understand what they're saying ... I will not support efforts to have openly gay people in the military of the US 13:35:08 probably the biggest reason is I support McCain is because of ss, Washington social trust fund is the biggets piggybank in DC. We oughta take 62% of the surplus and then he goes a step further, not only repay the money, but get it out of Washington, so its out of politicans' reach, out of their reach in Washington 13:37:36 McCain moves among people shaking hands 13:38:32 McCain on stage as music plays 13:38:40 McCain 13:38:48 shot of audience on stage under McCain sign 13:38:56 cuts of audience reacting 13:40:23 McCain on stage, talking, camera pans audience 13:41:12 wide shot of McCain and wife on stage, camera moves in for tighter shot 13:41:36 Pull back to wide shot 13:42:02 audience shots 13:44:30 no food stamp army when I am president of the US (shot of soldier listening) 13:44:42 McCain on stage, under shot 13:44:53 pan from audience to McCain 13:45:21 shot of McCain poster on wall 13:45:36 McCain on stage with mike 13:46:30 McCain signing autographs 13:46:41 shot of McCain surrounded by people, signing autographs 13:47:17 wide shot of McCain signing autographs and chatting with people 13:49:20 cuts of McCain giving on the street press conference (shot behind McCain's head) 13:49:37 shot of press @ing and people watching 13:49:46 Shot of John and Cindy McCain (tight, then a pull back) 13:50:15 press filming, pan back to McCains 13:50:37 shot pans back to press 13:50:48 under shot of McCains 13:57:18 cuts 13:57:40 applause 13:58:15 mccain shaking hands with audience
Campaign 2000: McCain in Columbia, South Carolina 12:18-13:58
Republican candidate John McCain in Columbia, SC. rs4 12:18:13 if apparently been some push polls where they call up and say some things about candidates, if that true, a clear violation of Bush's handshake, one of the most negative things you can do in American politics 12:18:54 push in on McCain 12:18:58 1 don't know either he or I have undergone either an incredible change in persoanlity, I still respect Bush and I hope we can carry out this campaign on an elevated campaign, his supporters have been calling me a variety of things 12:19:42 we will respond to negative attacks 12:19:53 move to wife Cindy McCain 12:20:00 I did not say untrustworthy 12:20:09 well david I said that to do things that are a violation of your words are untrustworthy, the vet vote is very important, Bush stood next to a person who claimed that I have abandoned the vets, my record is clear, my support and awards from all highest vet associations who have given me awards, while I have abandoned vets, that's not trustworthy, we're responding and continuing to respond 12:21:25 because the only way you can discourage negative ads and attacks if you say there is a price to pay, we responded and he took down the add 12:21:48 wide shot of McCain and wife and Linday Graham at presser / press conference. 12:21:58 push in on McCain 12:22:50 man introduces his son 'John-John" and says I hope you return as a Reagan-type president, we really need a man like you, for my son here 12:23:31 shot of parking lot 12:24:05 McCain bus "straight talk express" pulls up 12:24:26 press step off bus 12:24:42 shot of McCain bus that says McCain 2000 12:25:06 McCain and Mrs. McCain wife step off bus, shaking hands with military men and women 12:25:29 McCain signs copies of his books for woman fan 12:26:00 McCain and wife move through crowd (pleasure to have you here) 12:26:19 McCain and wife move through people, shaking hands to get to building ... applause and cheers 12:26:53 McCain enters room, applause starts up and music, move past people cheering and clapping 12:27:57 McCain shakes hands 12:28:48 audience cutaway, McCain and Cindy on stage 12:29:13 audience reaction shot applauding 12:29:38 Linday Graham on stage... my time in congress we fulfilled our promises, not about personalities but about our country, party... and I felt we were confusing you all and time for us to change ... tough times but if we follow polls what would we have won 12:30:40 but I think historically the right thing to do... 12:31:29 and if there was a poll at that time, it was 1 or 2%, talked about what he wanted to do as president, I said yes is I want somebody in the white house I don't always have to agree with to respect, how they lived their life, look at the people who served in the Hanoi Hilton with John is he honored his country and conunitment 12:32:25 he is the antidote to Bill Clinton (applause here) 12:33:08 thank you all for being here,.... 12:33:41 I took my cell telephone looked him straight in the eye and threw it in the toilet, I don't like to interfere with anybody's personnel Ivies, trying to find somebody who can love him as much as we do 12:35:34 be glad to answer questions about the liberal left wing media biais 12:38:49 my grandfather and my father were fighting people who found redemption in serving my country, by the way we sold the movie fights to this book, I want Tom Cruise but my kids want Danny DeVito .... Barry Goldwater q&a session: 13:04:09 because we have extensive home schooling, we do and we're very proud of our home schooling in Arizoa, the senator's plan is for all education, so congratulations to you for taking on this challenge 13:08:44 I could never have made that kind of congress... 13:12:51 my goal with the absolute truth is exactly what the facts dictate 13:13:26 I also believe that my relationship with god is a private matter, times in my life that spiritual help got me through my life, ritual belief got me through many hard times 13:16:09 they don't do any work up there, they might as well come down and campaign against me... 13:20:17 discussing fund raising, corrupting influence of money... 13:21:29 HMOs patients' bill of rights, women have the right to a second opinion, have a right to emergency room care, you could sue if you are damaged by that treatment, ten of us in this room could work out a patients' bill of rights 13:22:02 democrats want everybody 13:23:57 parents know their children, not something government can control, it's the parents repsonsibility ... common sense and discpline, we have in fact have the laws to act on, our young people are not adults, they are our children and we need to treat them like our children... 13:25:11 we need to make sure that our laws with the rights of 13:26:05 we are so willing to bend over ... violence in school often represents the last effort, I will not put up with it, neither will senator mccain 13:29:01 I would want to do what Jack Kennedy did and have a weekly presser / press conference 13:29:58 I have a 17 year pro-life voting record and I believer think this issue has polarized both ends of the spectrum because we could work together to make adoption easier, thousands of children who need parents and parents who want kids ... it took Cindy and I a year to adopt Megan, lets work together to try to approve, most pro-choice people want to reduce and limit abortion as well ... preserve a fundamental principle ... rights of the unborn 13:32:14 donates it to some charity, this is a common practice in America, charitable deductions in America, you want to give to nay charity ... that should be a deductible 13:32:54 everybody has their views about being gay, I don't believe it is a sin, it is a lifestyle that I don't approve of, but I don't think it is a sin, I am for the don't ask, don't tell in the military, worked, Colin Powell ... I understand what they're saying ... I will not support efforts to have openly gay people in the military of the US 13:35:08 probably the biggest reason is I support McCain is because of ss, Washington social trust fund is the biggets piggybank in DC. We oughta take 62% of the surplus and then he goes a step further, not only repay the money, but get it out of Washington, so its out of politicans' reach, out of their reach in Washington 13:37:36 McCain moves among people shaking hands 13:38:32 McCain on stage as music plays 13:38:40 McCain 13:38:48 shot of audience on stage under McCain sign 13:38:56 cuts of audience reacting 13:40:23 McCain on stage, talking, camera pans audience 13:41:12 wide shot of McCain and wife on stage, camera moves in for tighter shot 13:41:36 Pull back to wide shot 13:42:02 audience shots 13:44:30 no food stamp army when I am president of the US (shot of soldier listening) 13:44:42 McCain on stage, under shot 13:44:53 pan from audience to McCain 13:45:21 shot of McCain poster on wall 13:45:36 McCain on stage with mike 13:46:30 McCain signing autographs 13:46:41 shot of McCain surrounded by people, signing autographs 13:47:17 wide shot of McCain signing autographs and chatting with people 13:49:20 cuts of McCain giving on the street press conference (shot behind McCain's head) 13:49:37 shot of press @ing and people watching 13:49:46 Shot of John and Cindy McCain (tight, then a pull back) 13:50:15 press filming, pan back to McCains 13:50:37 shot pans back to press 13:50:48 under shot of McCains 13:57:18 cuts 13:57:40 applause 13:58:15 mccain shaking hands with audience