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The artist who created the "HOPE" poster that came to symbolize Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign was sentenced to two years of probation for destroying documents in a civil lawsuit he brought against The Associated Press. (Sept. 7)
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OBAMA HOPE POSTERS
OBAMA DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENT NOMINATION - 2008
PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL SENATOR BARACK OBAMA (DFL) SPEAKS TO A PACKED STADIUM IN ST. PAUL, MN WHERE HE ANNOUNCES HE IS THE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE. SENATOR OBAMA’S SPEECH TAKES PLACE IN THE SAME STADIUM WHERE THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION IS TO BE HELD. HE OFFERS NICE WORDS ABOUT HIS OPPONENT SENATOR HILLARY CLINTON STATING THAT COMPETING AGAINST HER MADE HIM A BETTER CANDIDATE. “AMERICA THIS IS OUR MOMENT. THIS IS OUR TIME, OUR TIME TO TURN THE PAGES ON POLICIES OF THE PAST”
EGYPT PROTESTS / OBAMA REMARKS
President Barack Obama travels to Marquette, Michigan. SOT on Egypt from Doncker's candy shop. **FED TO NY ON 5102. NOTE: DC TIMECODES WILL NOT MATCH NY.** 12:53:12 President enters candy shop 12:54:03 President inside candy shop. Signs some autographs. Tells a teacher to "keep on teaching." EGYPT QUESTION - MUBARAK STEPPING DOWN? 12:54:30 "We're going to have to wait to see what's going on" 12:55:16 President talking with clerks. Asks what they recommend. 12:56:48 Clerk hands President a box of caramels. He responds "way to bribe me." 12:57:22 Interiors of shop 12:57:25 Exteriors of shop. Sign says "President Obama: Marquette welcomes you!" 12:57:54 Onlookers in Marquette. One has Obama "hope" poster.
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President Barack Obama and stops at Donckers Candy Shop in Marquette Michigan Comments on Egypt ---- XDCAM Log supplied by Colleen_Kelly_Feb 10 2011 4:19PM---- President Barack Obama travels to Marquette, Michigan. SOT on Egypt from Doncker's candy shop. SLUGGED: 1230 WH MI PATH 1 RS33 83 AR: 16X9 DISC# 073 **FED TO NY ON 5102. NOTE: DC TIMECODES WILL NOT MATCH NY.** 12:53:12 President enters candy shop 12:54:03 President inside candy shop. Signs some autographs. Tells a teacher to "keep on teaching." EGYPT QUESTION - MUBARAK STEPPING DOWN? 12:54:30 "We're going to have to wait to see what's going on" 12:55:16 President talking with clerks. Asks what they recommend. 12:56:48 Clerk hands President a box of caramels. He responds "way to bribe me." 12:57:22 Interiors of shop 12:57:25 Exteriors of shop. Sign says "President Obama: Marquette welcomes you!" 12:57:54 Onlookers in Marquette. One has Obama "hope" poster. ----------------------------------------------------------------
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA MULTILATERAL MEETING ON SOUTH SUDAN - US TV POOL
US TV POOL: PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA REMARKS AT ROUNDTABLE MEETING ON SOUTH SUDAN AND COUNTERTERRORISM ISSUS. NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR SUSAN RICE ET AL ARE AT THE ROUNDTABLE Remarks by President Obama Before Multilateral Meeting on South Sudan and Counterterrorism Issues Sheraton Hotel Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 3:37 P.M. EAT PRESIDENT OBAMA: Well, let me just express my appreciation to the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Prime Minister Hailemariam, as well as all the leaders represented here. They have shown extraordinary leadership in trying to address the continuing situation in South Sudan, and this gives me and the U.S. delegation an opportunity to learn from them what progress has been made, where there appears to be continued roadblocks, and how we can partner with them to make progress. So I want to thank IGAD for the outstanding work they're doing, the African Union for their leadership as well. And as a consequence of this discussion, our hope is, is that we can actually bring about the kind of peace that the people of South Sudan so desperately need. Thank you very much, everybody. END **** FOLLOWED BY TRAVEL POOL OF PRESIDENTIAL MOTORCADE POV DRIVING SHOTS IN ADDIS ABABA 09:21:02 LARGE POSTER BOARD IMAGES OF PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA AND ETHIOPIAN PRIME MINISTER HAILEMARIAM DESALEGN OUTSIDE BUILDING SIDE BY SIDE
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US Obama Painting - Interview with artist behind famous lithograph of Barack Obama
NAME: US OBAMA 20081113I TAPE: EF08/1146 IN_TIME: 10:32:04:12 DURATION: 00:02:36:18 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Various, 12 Nov 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: Washington, DC 1. Painting of US President-elect Barack Obama on a building, "Progress" written below with image of victory sign 2. Close-up of painting 3. Zoom into building Chicago, Illinois 4. Obama banners on street lights Los Angeles, California 5. Artist Shepard Fairey with posters in studio 6. Mid of Obama poster 7. Fairey with posters 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Shepard Fairey, artist: "I made this image very hopeful and patriotic and used red, white and blue with half the face being red the other half being blue to symbolise the convergence of the red states and the blue states because I think that Obama is somebody that's going to unite people." 9. Fairey in studio 10. Magazine cover showing Obama and McCain designed by Fairey 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Shepard Fairey, artist: "My idea was to make the image of Obama pervasive and hopefully he would get some cultural traction. I mean that may sound not very intellectual or lofty but I think a lot of aspects in politics actually aren't, and I think that to try to cut through the clutter and get people to find out more about Obama was the ultimate goal because I think he does have substance and merit." New York, NY 12. Various of Obama T-shirts being sold on street 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Arianna Ratner, Vox pop: "It reminds me of the Che Guevara shirts and stuff like that. He'll be an icon in the future, even if he wasn't elected I think he would be. I think his face has been, I mean I see it everywhere, so, yeah I think he's been, he's just become a pop icon." 14. Close-up of lithograph on T-shirt 15. SOUNDBITE: Jodie Patterson, Vox pop: "It will become iconic, I think it's a face that we haven't seen before in politics and it's refreshing for us but it's a face that many of us have seen in our families, so it's really nice to see someone that looks like someone that we know closely and dearly in a political role." 16. Woman folding Obama T-shirt 17. Obama T-shirt for sale STORYLINE: The pop appeal of Barack Obama was sculptured, in part, by a lithograph of the now president-elect, which went on to become a wildly popular poster. Back in May, getting permission from the campaign first, Los Angeles street artist Shepard Fairey chose a photo of the candidate gazing ahead, then used the colours red, white and blue to create his image, underlined by the word, "HOPE." The Obama image created by Fairey is ubiquitous, and appears on tee shirts, buildings, and street banners across the country. Fairey said he wanted to spark the curiosity of people who did not know much about Obama in order to encourage them to find out about the candidate. He said he made the image appear "hopeful and patriotic". Fairey said that when he was making the image, he wrestled with the idea of putting someone on a pedestal, but did not want the poster to lead to idol worship. Fairey said he does not feel that creating an image of Obama should suggest the man is beyond criticism. He said his goal was to make Obama's image pervasive. According to the artist, the Obama campaign contacted him about two weeks after he first created the "Hope" image, and asked him to create a poster specifically for the campaign. Fairey then created the "Change" poster, followed by the "Vote" poster. An Obama supporter in New York said the president-elect had become a pop icon. Arianna Ratner said the tee shirt reminded her of the popular shirts bearing the image of revolutionary Che Guevara.
Senator Barack Obama Headquarters
[Senator Barack Obama Headquarters] [MANCHESTER, NH USA] December 10, 2007 David Wright on Politics Live, Sen. Barack Obama's campaign headquarters in New Hampshire, interview with ??, and debrief for World News Webcast RS25/X75 Slugged: 1325 WRIGHT NH X75 13:40:24 Wright on Politics Live 13:57:20 Obama volunteers holding up campaign posters 13:58:06 WS inside campaign headquarters 13:58:33 volunteer on cell phone, zooms in to TS 13:59:27 several volunteers on phone 13:59:46 TS male volunteer on cell phone 14:01:47 MS female volunteer on phone 14:02:31 male volunteer on phone 14:03:39 Hope. Action. Change sign, volunteers on phone(backshot) 14:03:52 TS sideshot of volunteer on phone 14:04:47 push into man, TS SS 14:05:11 widershot of room, walking around room 14:05:38 TS female volunteer dialing on mobile 14:07:16 Wright walking with woman 14:07:46 close up of woman 14:08:23 close up of Wright and woman talking 14:09:01 wright and woman standing near table where people are working 14:10:28 close up of young man sitting at table making a phone call 14:10:57 wide shot of wright and woman 14:11:27 TS pamphlets 14:11:38 push into pamphlets, TS 14:12:36 TS of woman talking 14:14:02 push into woman talking 14:14:29 ts of pamphlets 14:14:47 shot from a lower angle of woman holding pamphlets 14:15:05 Wright doing standup 14:15:20 Obama sign
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Senator Barack Obama Headquarters
[Senator Barack Obama Headquarters] [MANCHESTER, NH USA] December 10, 2007 David Wright on Politics Live, Sen. Barack Obama's campaign headquarters in New Hampshire, interview with ??, and debrief for World News Webcast RS25/X75 Slugged: 1325 WRIGHT NH X75 13:40:24 Wright on Politics Live 13:57:20 Obama volunteers holding up campaign posters 13:58:06 WS inside campaign headquarters 13:58:33 volunteer on cell phone, zooms in to TS 13:59:27 several volunteers on phone 13:59:46 TS male volunteer on cell phone 14:01:47 MS female volunteer on phone 14:02:31 male volunteer on phone 14:03:39 Hope. Action. Change sign, volunteers on phone(backshot) 14:03:52 TS sideshot of volunteer on phone 14:04:47 push into man, TS SS 14:05:11 widershot of room, walking around room 14:05:38 TS female volunteer dialing on mobile 14:07:16 Wright walking with woman 14:07:46 close up of woman 14:08:23 close up of Wright and woman talking 14:09:01 wright and woman standing near table where people are working 14:10:28 close up of young man sitting at table making a phone call 14:10:57 wide shot of wright and woman 14:11:27 TS pamphlets 14:11:38 push into pamphlets, TS 14:12:36 TS of woman talking 14:14:02 push into woman talking 14:14:29 ts of pamphlets 14:14:47 shot from a lower angle of woman holding pamphlets 14:15:05 Wright doing standup 14:15:20 Obama sign
Senator Barack Obama Headquarters
[Senator Barack Obama Headquarters] [MANCHESTER, NH USA] December 10, 2007 David Wright on Politics Live, Sen. Barack Obama's campaign headquarters in New Hampshire, interview with ??, and debrief for World News Webcast RS25/X75 Slugged: 1325 WRIGHT NH X75 13:40:24 Wright on Politics Live 13:57:20 Obama volunteers holding up campaign posters 13:58:06 WS inside campaign headquarters 13:58:33 volunteer on cell phone, zooms in to TS 13:59:27 several volunteers on phone 13:59:46 TS male volunteer on cell phone 14:01:47 MS female volunteer on phone 14:02:31 male volunteer on phone 14:03:39 Hope. Action. Change sign, volunteers on phone(backshot) 14:03:52 TS sideshot of volunteer on phone 14:04:47 push into man, TS SS 14:05:11 widershot of room, walking around room 14:05:38 TS female volunteer dialing on mobile 14:07:16 Wright walking with woman 14:07:46 close up of woman 14:08:23 close up of Wright and woman talking 14:09:01 wright and woman standing near table where people are working 14:10:28 close up of young man sitting at table making a phone call 14:10:57 wide shot of wright and woman 14:11:27 TS pamphlets 14:11:38 push into pamphlets, TS 14:12:36 TS of woman talking 14:14:02 push into woman talking 14:14:29 ts of pamphlets 14:14:47 shot from a lower angle of woman holding pamphlets 14:15:05 Wright doing standup 14:15:20 Obama sign
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Senator Barack Obama Headquarters
[Senator Barack Obama Headquarters] [MANCHESTER, NH USA] December 10, 2007 David Wright on Politics Live, Sen. Barack Obama's campaign headquarters in New Hampshire, interview with ??, and debrief for World News Webcast RS25/X75 Slugged: 1325 WRIGHT NH X75 13:40:24 Wright on Politics Live 13:57:20 Obama volunteers holding up campaign posters 13:58:06 WS inside campaign headquarters 13:58:33 volunteer on cell phone, zooms in to TS 13:59:27 several volunteers on phone 13:59:46 TS male volunteer on cell phone 14:01:47 MS female volunteer on phone 14:02:31 male volunteer on phone 14:03:39 Hope. Action. Change sign, volunteers on phone(backshot) 14:03:52 TS sideshot of volunteer on phone 14:04:47 push into man, TS SS 14:05:11 widershot of room, walking around room 14:05:38 TS female volunteer dialing on mobile 14:07:16 Wright walking with woman 14:07:46 close up of woman 14:08:23 close up of Wright and woman talking 14:09:01 wright and woman standing near table where people are working 14:10:28 close up of young man sitting at table making a phone call 14:10:57 wide shot of wright and woman 14:11:27 TS pamphlets 14:11:38 push into pamphlets, TS 14:12:36 TS of woman talking 14:14:02 push into woman talking 14:14:29 ts of pamphlets 14:14:47 shot from a lower angle of woman holding pamphlets 14:15:05 Wright doing standup 14:15:20 Obama sign
Entertainment Kenya Musical - Premiere of 'Obama the Musical' in Nairobi
NAME: KEN MUSICAL 20081103E TAPE: EF08/1107 IN_TIME: 10:10:09:13 DURATION: 00:03:31:08 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Nairobi, 2 Nov 2008 RESTRICTIONS: Check shotlist for details SHOTLIST: music/video/performance rights must be cleared AP Television Nairobi, Kenya, 2 Nov 2008 1. Various shots of actors on stage performing in 'Obama the Musical' (which tells the story of US presidential candidate Barack Obama) 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) George Orido, Director of 'Obama the Musical': "What inspired me to do 'Obama the Musical', is the great message of hope and peace and unifying people that Obama himself preaches and I think Kenyans need that message so that we unite around those messages." 3. Wide of actors performing 4. Mid of actor playing Obama, Eric Makori, speaking on stage 5. Actors clapping 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Eric Makori, Actor: "It feels great, it feels wonderful to play the Barack Obama role because, first of all, he is my role model and he is someone who inspires me, to change the world just like he does." 7. Various shots of performance featuring actor Paul Njoroge Kamau playing the part of Republican presidential candidate John McCain, and actor John Nguge playing the role of US President George W. Bush 8. SOUNDBITE: Paul Njoroge Kamau, Actor playing McCain: "It is kind of hard, tricky, me being a black guy playing McCain's part, but the message that I am trying to give to the audience is to show them who McCain really is, the guy who hits below the belt, he is a tough fighter." 9. Various shots of 'Obama the Musical' 10. Various of audience leaving theatre 11. Tilt up of posters advertising 'Obama the Musical' 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kepha Dina, audience member: (Reporter's Q: "If you were an American who would you vote for?") "If I were an American I would vote for Barack Obama, this is simply because of his policies." 13. Wide of stage, actors taking bow, tilt down to audience STORYLINE: OBAMA MUSICAL PREMIERES IN NAIROBI In two days, US presidential hopefuls Barack Obama and John McCain will go head to head in the race for the Whitehouse, but in a separate event, the Democrat and the Republican shared the stage in a new musical that opened in the Kenyan capital on Sunday (02 NOV 2008). 'Obama the Musical' tells of the challenges that Obama, who has Kenyan roots, has faced, just days before his possible election as America's first black president. During the premiere of the long awaited musical, actors portraying the two presidential contenders expressed their hopes, dreams and expectations in a unique message for Kenyans. US President George W. Bush also features in the hour-long musical, which director George Orido calls a "message of hope and peace." Eric Makori stars as Obama and says it's wonderful to play him because he's someone who inspires him to change the world. The show uses a variety of musical genres, including traditional and contemporary Kenyan music, in which the lyrics have been changed to suit the storyline. The play ends with an enactment of Obama's acceptance of the Democratic nomination, but shies away from predictions about who will emerge victorious in the election.
Barack Obama, the suburban candidate
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AP-APTN-1830: ++MidEast US Monday, 18 March 2013 STORY:++MidEast US- Palestinian protesters tear down Obama poster as visit preps continue LENGTH: 03:22 FIRST RUN: 1830 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: Natsound SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 883865 DATELINE: Various - 18 Mar 2013 LENGTH: 03:22 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST 1. Various of people throwing shoes at poster of US President Barack Obama 2. Various wide men tearing down Obama poster 3. Wide people bringing Obama poster as they walk down the stairs 4. Close-up people spraying paint on Obama poster and hitting it with shoe 5. Close-up Palestinian taxi driving over Obama poster 6. Close-up man spraying paint on Obama poster 7. Mid car driving over Obama poster 8. Men setting Obama poster on fire Ramallah, West Bank 9. Various of helicopters flying over Ramallah Givat Shmuel, Israel 10. Various pastry makers putting final touches on chocolate mosaic portrait of Obama 11. Mid pastry makers putting chocolate portrait of Obama on stand 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Shai Merci, Holon Institute of Technology student (standing next to Sari Roiz, another Holon Institute of Technology student): "We planned to give him something to respect him what he did for our country, what he (is) gonna do for our country, maybe peace, we hope so." 13. Wide pastry makers putting final touches on Obama chocolat portrait Jerusalem 14. Mid of sign reading (English) "Unbreakable alliance President Obama in Israel 2013" near Old city walls 15. Tilt down from American flag to Old City 16. Mid of American flag next to Mount Zion church 17. Banner in street reading (English) reading "Yes you can" with pictures of Obama and Jonathan Pollard, convicted spy 18. American flag being raised at the Israeli president's residence 19. Various of staff rolling out the red carpet 20. Woman arranging American flag in the reception hall 21. Wide of gardener carrying flowers 22. Zoom-in to American and Israeli flags inside meeting room 23. SOUNDBITE (English) Nadav Tamir, Foreign policy advisor to the Israeli president: "The issue of Jonathan Pollard will be raised, it was raised also in the meeting in Washington the last time they met. President Obama knows that this is an issue were all Israelis feel very strongly about, and the President Peres would like to represent the Israeli people in presenting the issue and find a resolution to the situation of Jonathan Pollard." 24. Wide of staff stacking chairs 25. Close up of American Israeli flags STORYLINE Israel and the West Bank were preparing on Monday ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit later this week - it would seem he is likely to have a warmer welcome from Israelis than Palestinians. In the West Bank city of Bethlehem, some people gathered to throw shoes and tear down a poster of Obama. After suffering disappointments during the first Obama administration, Palestinians see little reason for optimism in his new term. Palestinians vandalised a banner bearing Obama's image. They tore it down, hurled shoes at it and spray painted it with swastikas. A taxi and another vehicle drove over it before it was set on fire in the West Bank town of Bethlehem Obama arrives in Israel on Wednesday and heads to the West Bank Thursday. The banner with Obama's picture was among many hung by activists, asking the president to take note of the lack of 3G phone frequencies in the West Bank. Israeli authorities control cellular networks there and they have not granted Palestinian telecommunication companies 3G. The Palestinians have long felt aggrieved by the US, accusing it of being biased toward Israel. Iran, Syria and Middle East peace will be on the agenda for talks, while Nadav Tamir, a foreign policy advisor to the Israeli president said the issue of Jonathan Pollard would also be raised. Pollard was convicted of spying for Israel on the United States and sentenced to 28 years in prison. "President Obama knows that this is an issue which all Israelis feel very strongly about," Tamir said, adding that Israeli President Peres "would like to represent the Israeli people in presenting the issue and find a solution to the situation of Jonathan Pollard." But in an interview with Israeli television, Obama said he had "no immediate plans" to free Pollard. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any s APTN AP-WF-03-18-13 1907GMT
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