US IL McDonald (NR)
McDonald Family Calls for Change in Leadership
[Chicago: a tortured disabled man live on Facebook]
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Obama family boards campaign plane
B-roll Barack, Michelle, Sasha, and Malia Obama boarding campaign plane to Des Moines Chicago, IL 5/20/2008
IL:OBAMA FAMILY WALK
OBAMA AND FAMILY IN CHICAGO
BO, SASHA, MALIA, FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA, PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA, MOTHER-IN-LAW MARIAN ROBINSON, ET AL WALKING DOWN A SIDEWALK IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
OBAMA FAMILY ARRIVES IN CHICAGO - HD
Scene of President Obama with his wife Michelle and daughters Sasha and Malia arriving at the airport in Chicago via Air Force One on the day of the election. Mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ, available in all forms of HD and SD.
MICHELLE OBAMA IN CHICAGO
FTG OF FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA IN ILLINOIS WITH GOVERNOR PAT QUINN AT THE ILLINOIS NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY TO SIGN THE "MILITARY FAMILY LICENSING ACT" INTO LAW
IL: OBAMA ARRIVAL
OBAMA & FAMILY WAVE TO ELECTION NIGHT CROWD
In Chicago, Barack Obama and his family wave to a mass gathering of supporters on election night.
SUPER TUESDAY/FACTUAL
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BUSH-OBAMA TRANSITION
Barack Obama transitions from suburban life in Chicago to the White House. The Obamas are welcomed by George and Laura Bush. Bush and Obama meet behind closed doors.
OBAMA ANDREWS ARRIVAL
EXT BROLL PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA ARRIVES TO JOINT BASE ANDREWS AFTER WINNING PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION FOR 2ND TERM Wednesday, November 07, 2012 LOG: President Barack Obama arrives at Joint Base Andrews + Travel Pool material of Obama's Chicago departure and JBA arrival SLUG: 1800 JBA ARRIVAL RS34 84 AR: 16X9 DISC#348 NYRS: 5108 LIVE JBA ARRIVAL 18:16:19 AF1 landing at JBA 18:22:07 AF1 taxi 18:24:43 Air Force salute as AF1 stops 18:27:20 Quick shot of Obama walking inside AF1 18:28:13 Obama and First Family exit AF1 18:28:22 Obama and First Family wave as they walk down steps 18:28:34 Obamas greeted on tarmac (partially obscured by motorcade), girls walk off screen to another car 18:29:14 Obamas enter motorcade (Michelle walks around SUV) 18:32:28 Motorcade leaving tarmac CHICAGO DEPARTURE 18:38:12 Quick shot of Obamas boarding M1 (partially obscured) at Landing Zone 18:38:27 Press on riser on tarmac at O'Hare 18:40:36 Obama exits M1, followed by First Family 18:40:50 Obama waves as he walks across the tarmac 18:41:23 Obama waves before racing Sasha up steps of AF1 18:41:44 Obamas turn and wave before entering AF1 JBA ARRIVAL (UNDER THE WING SHOT) 18:42:02 Obama and First Family exit AF1, waving 18:42:15 Obama waving as he exits 18:42:24 Obamas greeted on tarmac 18:43:01 Obama enters motorcade, FLOTUS walks around to other side of SUV 18:43:43 Press on tarmac, pan to motorcade 18:44:20 Valerie Jarrett exits AF1 18:44:44 Motorcade leaving tarmac
US Obama Holiday - President-elect Obama leaves for holiday in Hawaii
NAME: US OBAMA HOLS 20081220I TAPE: EF08/1275 IN_TIME: 10:03:21:05 DURATION: 00:00:59:05 SOURCES: US POOL DATELINE: Chicago - 20 Dec 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. US President-elect Barack Obama preparing to board plane 2. Obama's daughters climbing stairs onto plane 3. Obama boarding plane 4. Wide of plane 5. Wide pan of plane on runway 6. Plane taking off STORYLINE: US President-elect Barack Obama and his family headed from icy Chicago on Saturday to a warm retreat for the Christmas holiday, boarding a jet bound for Hawaii. The president-elect, his wife, Michelle, and their two daughters are expected to arrive in Hawaii later on Saturday and stay in an oceanside rental house in Kailua. Obama last visited Hawaii in October to see his ailing grandmother. Madelyn Payne Dunham died on November 2 at the age of 86, two nights before her grandson won the presidential election. A public memorial service was held for Dunham last month, but the family did not attend. Obama and his family are expected to pay tribute to his grandmother during the trip. It was unclear what other activities the Obamas have planned.
OBAMA/CHICAGO DEPARTURE
PUBLIC CELEBRATES OBAMA ELECTION
Crowds worldwide celebrate Barack Obama's win. Oprah Winfrey says "It feels like there's a shift in consciousness. It feels like something really big and bold has happened here."
POTUS DEPARTS ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE
FTG OF PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA AND THE FIRST FAMILY DEPARTING FROM ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE AND HEADING TO CHICAGO / FTG OF AIR FORCE ONE TAXIS AND TAKEOFF (MISSING TOP OF FEED)
OBAMA DEPARTS CHICAGO
OBAMA CHRISTMAS TREE
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA DEPARTS AAFB FOR CHICAGO
President Barack Obama and Sasha, Mailia, and Michelle, and Marian Robinson depart Andrews Air Force Base for Chicago, IL SLUG: 1910 WH AAFB DEPART RS33 83 AR: 16x9 Disc: 856 *Fed to NY on Wash 7* 18:16:19 WS of Air Force One 18:24:45 WS Marine One and other helicopter in sky 18:25:10 MS of Marine One in sky 18:26:27 Marine One taxiing on tarmac 18:27:04 CU of Marine One window 18:27:56 WS of Marine One and AF1 18:28:25 CU of Marine One 18:28:51 CU of Marine One door opening 18:29:33 MS of Obama exiting Marine One, shaking hands pilot on tarmac 18:29:52 MS of family greeting people on tarmac 18:30:04 MS of family walking across tarmac 18:30:45 MS of Obama taking picture with pilot 18:31:15 MS of Obama jogging up AF1 stairs 18:31:28 MS of Obama waving 18:31:53 WS of AF1 18:33:34 Helicopter taxiing on tarmac 18:33:47 WS of AF1 18:35:13 WS of AF1 taxiing on tarmac 18:39:44 WS of AF1 taking off 18:39:50 WS of AF1 in sky 18:40:55 MS of helicopter on tarmac
OBAMA POOL TAPE
US Michelle - Look at what changes first lady-elect may bring to White House
NAME: US MICHELLE 20081106I TAPE: EF08/1123 IN_TIME: 10:17:48:19 DURATION: 00:03:35:03 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION/ABC/POOL DATELINE: Various RESTRICTIONS: Check shotlist for details SHOTLIST: AP Television Chicago, Illinois - November 5, 2008 1. US President-Elect, Barack Obama , his wife Michelle ant their two daughters waving at crowd before Obama's victory speech 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Barack Obama, US President-Elect: "I would not be standing here tonight without the unyielding support of my best friend for the last 16 years, the rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next First Lady, Michelle Obama." AP Television FILE: Osage, Iowa - December 19, 2007 3. Various of Michelle Obama hugging supporters of Obama's presidential campaign 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michelle Obama, future first lady of the United States: "That's why I married Barack, because of those values. He was cute, too. That helped. I want to be realistic here, he's cute." 5. Michelle Obama hugging supporters of Obama's presidential campaign POOL FILE: Denver, Colorado - August 25, 2008 6. Various of Michelle Obama at the Democratic National Convention 7. Mid of Obama's supporter waving banner 8. Various shots of Michelle on stage 9. Wide of supporters AP Television New York, NY - November 6, 2008 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Betty Boyd Caroli, First Lady historian: "In the 22 months that we've seen her on the campaign trail, I think we can agree that she brings some really great qualities to the job. First I would say her comfort in speaking to large groups, her ease, I think the years of professional experience, her law degree, she seems as comfortable in front of three-thousand people as her husband does." POOLFILE: Denver, Colorado - August 25, 2008 11. Various of Michelle Obama hugging her daughters, Sasha and Malia on stage 12. Wide of supporters with Michelle Obama and her daughters on stage ABC - No Access N America/Internet FILE: Butte, Montana - July 4, 2008 13. Mid of Barack Obama and his family waving US flag and clapping at a July 4th parade 14. Wide of Barack Obama and his family walking in street AP Television New York, NY - November 6, 2008 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Betty Boyd Caroli, First Lady historian: "I think the biggest advantage that Michelle Obama brings to the White House will be the two young daughters. You know we only get children this age about every 50 years. You have to go back to the Kennedys to get children as young as the younger Obama daughter, and Americans love children in the White House." AP Television Chicago, Illinois - November 6, 2008 16. Street scene of the Obama's neighbourhood in Chicago 17. Woman raking leaves 18. Another woman pushing stroller down the street 19. Michelle and Biden signs hanging in window 20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Derrick Thomas, Obama's family neighbour: "Oh, loving, caring, I see that she loves her kids. She definitely loves her kids, her and Barack Obama. I see nothing but love and a close, tight family." 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jean Scott, Obama's family neighbour: "She's intelligent, she's a nice-looking young lady. She seems to be a very good mother and she kind of reminds me of Jackie O (Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, who was the wife of President John F. Kennedy)." POOL Chicago, Illinois - November 5, 2008 22. Michelle Obama walks out onto stage with Jill Biden after Obama's victory speech 23. Various of Obamas and Bidens on stage 24. Mid of Obama's kissing and hugging 25. Wide of stage 26. Various of Obamas and the Bidens STORYLINE: For 22 months, Michelle Obama has been juggling the roles of wife, mother and chief surrogate to her husband on the campaign trail. She has described herself as a "multitasker." Her husband, the President-elect, has called her his "rock." Now, Michelle Obama is preparing to take on a new role: that of the first African-American First Lady of the United States. "I would not be standing here tonight without the unyielding support of my best friend for the last 16 years, the rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next First Lady, Michelle Obama," said Barack Obama during his victory speech on Tuesday night. Despite a high-powered career of her own and two young daughters at home in Chicago, Michelle Obama was a frequent presence on the campaign trail, as she set out to introduce herself to the nation and sell her husband as the best man for the job. Though she encountered criticism on everything from her patriotism to her outfits, Obama was embraced by supporters as an intelligent and eloquent campaigner with a genuine style and sharp sense of humour. Speaking to a group of women in Iowa last December, Obama injected a bit of wit into her impassioned speech about her husband. "That's why I married Barack, because of those values. He was cute, too. That helped. I want to be realistic here, he's cute," she said. Obama has said she never sought the spotlight herself, but on the campaign trail, she seemed at ease and at home. Historian Betty Boyd Caroli, who has written books about US first ladies, said Michelle Obama's natural charisma and gift for public speaking will be a huge asset as she embarks upon her new role. With two young girls to look after - 7-year-old Sasha and 10-year-old Malia - Obama has said her daughters will be her number one priority, and she won't seek a major policy role in her husband's administration. Still, Obama said recently she hopes to be a voice for working mothers. Caroli said that platform, and Obama's relationship with her daughters, could be her biggest asset in winning over an American public. Neighbours who live near the Obamas' home in Chicago said the family bond is strong.
DON/ JARRETT TEASE
US First Family - WRAP Children are going to the White House again, file, analyst, FDR grandson
NAME: US FIRST FAM 20081105Ix TAPE: EF08/1118 IN_TIME: 10:41:12:11 DURATION: 00:02:42:14 SOURCES: AP/Pool/SKY DATELINE: Various locations, dates RESTRICTIONS: See Script SHOTLIST POOL Shoesmith School, south side of Chicago, Illinois - 4 November 2008 1. Various of US president elect Barack Obama and family voting POOL Chicago, Illinois - 5 November 2008 2. Various of stage, UPSOUND: (English) Announcer: "Ladies and gentlemen, the next first family of the United States of America." 3. Various of Obama and family walking on stage SKY Exact location unknown - 5 November 2008 4. Set up Curtis Roosevelt, grandson of former US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Curtis Roosevelt, grandson of former US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt: "He will bring to the White House, and I assume that Michelle Obama will also with the two children their own style." AP Television Washington, DC - 5 November 2008 6. Wide of White House SKY Exact location unknown - 5 November 2008 - 5 November 2008 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Douglas Baird, Former Obama colleague: "I was struck last night that the first thing they said was 'here is the next First Family'. Well, we really haven't had a First Family. It is true that President Carter had a young daughter and Clinton had a young daughter, but you had a sense that you had a president, the First Lady and the daughter, you didn't have a sense that there was a family with the dog and so forth." POOL Chicago, Illinois - November 5, 2008 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Barack Obama, US President-elect: "Sasha and Malia - I love you both more than you can imagine and you have earned the new puppy that's coming with us to the White House." 9. Various of Obama and family on stage AP Photos - No Access Canada/For Broadcast use only - Strictly No Access Online or Mobile FILE: Washington, DC - 12 May 1977 10. STILL of Amy Carter, second from left, dancing with the Little General Cloggers of Kennesaw, Georgia, as President Jimmy Carter, right background, applauds at the White House AP Photos - No Access Canada/For Broadcast use only - Strictly No Access Online or Mobile Washington, DC - October 1962 11. STILL of President John F. Kennedy clapping as his children Caroline and John Jr. dance in the White House office AP Photos - No Access Canada/For Broadcast use only - Strictly No Access Online or Mobile Washington, DC - 20 January 1993 12. STILL of Chelsea Clinton patting outgoing first dog Millie as President George H. W. Bush and Barbara Bush greet the then President-elect Bill Clinton ahead of Clinton's presidential swearing in ceremony STORYLINE Barack Obama, his wife Michelle and their daughters Malia and Sasha are poised to become the first African American family to occupy the White House. During his speech at a delirious victory rally in Chicago on Tuesday night, Obama told 10-year-old Malia and seven-year-old Sasha that they would get the puppy he promised. Curtis Roosevelt, the grandson of former US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, believes the Obama family will "bring their own style" to the White House. After his first year at Harvard Law School, Obama worked one summer at a corporate law firm in Chicago where his adviser was Michelle Robinson, another Harvard law graduate and a product of a working-class family. They later married and had Malia and Sasha. A former colleague of the President-elect, Douglas Baird believes the Obamas will come across as more of a family than some previous Democratic occupants of the White House such as the Carters and the Clintons.