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NEW YORK CITY (VIDEO): All aerials- 0:28:11 Color bars; 00:28:42 Downtown skyscraper south of the Empire State. Fly East over Williamsburg Bridge, East River and South to bridges; 00:30:03 Eastern approach to Financial District/Twin Towers @ AM magic hour; 00:31:40 V. close wrap-around/pass-by of Twin Towers, dusk sun viz.; 00:32:15 CU Woolworth Bldg, wraparound to show towers & old buildings mixed w/ new. AM light. Pass again from south, show American Stock Exchange/AMEX, Merrill Lynch & Oppenheimer Towers. 2x; 00:36:00 Skyscrapers south of Seaport- Continental Center, Citibank Bldg., Financial Square, 55 Water St., 125 Broad St. and New York Plaza; 00:36:55 Southern tip of Manhattan from harbor, Staten Island Ferry; nice shot of Ferry w/ GREAT skyscraper reveal. Circle a few times; 00:39:22 Staten Island Ferry from behind; approach Manhattan, Ferry from side w/ Statue of Liberty bg (going to Staten Island).CU statue & pull out reveal Ferry, vs ferry <'s, good skyline reveal; 00:42:59 Fast approach low over water to reveal lower Manhattan. V. dramatic. Lift up over skyline. 00:46:40 U.S. Courthouse fly-by; 00:47:50 < down on Lower East Side/Chinatown to East & West Village, tilt up reveal Midtown in distance; 00:49:41 Misc. Empire State Building <'s incl. ECU & pull out; 00:52:20 MetLife and Chrysler, favoring CU Chrysler, details viz, pull-out reveal ESB. Lots of sun reflecting. Nice CU window washers on Chrysler; 00:55:29 Met Life & lower midtown, < dn, Bryant Park viz.
Ukraine: French brands on the Russian side?
France 5
San Francisco, 1970's, Chinatown, detail, close up of signs in Chinese characters
San Francisco, 1970's, Chinatown, detail, close up of signs in Chinese characters
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US Chinatown
AP-APTN-0330: US Chinatown Monday, 23 January 2012 STORY:US Chinatown- America's Chinatowns are changing fast, and not always for the better LENGTH: 03:04 FIRST RUN: 2230 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nats SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 724482 DATELINE: Various - 22 Jan 2012 LENGTH: 03:04 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: San Francisco, California - January 19, 2012 1. Wide view of main street in San Francisco Chinatown 2. Mid of "China Bazaar" shop front 3. Mid of woman selecting present for Chinese New Year 4. Mid of Chinatown souvenir machine 5. David Lee walks walks past food stand in San Francisco Chinatown 6. David Lee talking to police officer 7. SOUNDBITE (English) David Lee, San Francisco State Political Science: (PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO STARTS ON STORE FRONT WINDOW AND PANS TO DAVID LEE) "The Chinese community in Chinatown now is heavily senior and elderly and, this is a dramatic change from the Chinatown that I grew up in which was largely families." 8. Woman reading newspaper in shop 9. Tourist couple selecting umbrella Millbrae, California - January 19, 2012 10. Wide of sign at Millbrae City Hall 11. Wide of sign strung across street announcing Lunar New Year Festival 12. Close-up of sign reading (English) "City of Millbrae: Gung Hay Fat Choi (Happy Chinese New Year)" 13. Newspaper stand in Millbrae 14. Interior of store with Christopher Chan in background 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Christopher Chan, Shop owner: "It's safe and very convenient and also very quiet. And, most of the people who live here are middle-class and yeah, we find everything very good here." 16. Products in racks Washington DC - January 19, 2012 17. Wide of entrance to Washington's Chinatown 18. Pan of people crossing street 19. Wide of police department sign reading (English) "Metropolitan Police Department, Asian Liaison Unit" 20. Tracking shot down a street in Chinatown 21. Mid of the exterior of Tai Shan Chinese restaurant 22. Close up of "Happy New Year" waving cats 23. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Howard, Washington DC Resident: "I think overall, twenty years ago when I came here, if you couldn't park in front of your Chinese restaurant you didn't really want to walk around. So, in that sense, its good. If you look, like at the top of the buildings, it says, The Nolan Group, there's a lot of firms and companies and businesses that have come into this neighbourhood, and that's good, also." 24. Slow zoom into a Chinese style Starbucks coffee shop 25. Mid of electronic AT&amp;amp;T sign and advertising screens, pull out to reveal Chinatown gate STORYLINE America's historic Chinatowns, home for a century to immigrants seeking social support and refuge from racism, appear to be fading in major cities, while Asian immigrants now find homes in the suburbs. As the Lunar New Year begins on Monday, shoppers in San Francisco's Chinatown prepare to join family, often taking grandmother from the city, to a child's home in the suburbs for the celebration. The signs are evident elsewhere, from Los Angeles and Boston, to Houston, San Francisco and Seattle, where shiny new "satellite Chinatowns" in the suburbs rival if not overshadow the originals. Professor David Lee grew up in San Francisco's Chinatown. Now, when he returns, he sees the changes as more and more second generation residents leave the city. Urban Chinatowns continue to serve a role for newly arrived immigrants with less education who seek entry into low-wage work as well as elderly residents with poor English skills who can't drive. But middle-class families are almost nowhere to be found, and in many places rising downtown property costs and white gentrification threaten their traditional existence. One San Francisco suburb where a lot of Chinese immigrants now call home is Millbrae. The town is covered in signs celebrating the lunar New Year in both English and Chinese. Christopher Chan grew up in the urban Chinatown of San Francisco, but moved to the suburbs nearly 20 years ago. Nationwide, about 62 percent of Asian-Americans in the nation's large metropolitan areas live in the suburbs, up from 54 percent in 1990 and the highest ever. Now the fastest-growing racial group in the US, Asian-Americans are more likely than other minorities to live in the suburbs; only white Americans at 78 percent are higher. Since 2000, nearly three-fourths of Asian population growth in the US occurred in suburbs, many of them in the South. Organisers of the Lunar New Year festival in Washington, DC, for the first time have hired a large marketing firm to boost attendance at annual festivities in their shrivelling Chinatown. Fifteen years ago, Washington's Chinatown covered fifteen square blocks. Today, the few Chinese restaurants and pharmacies cover barely four square blocks. A major new sports complex for Washington's basketball team took out several square blocks, and other companies found the urban property profitable. Signs of Chinatown decline can be seen in the Washington, DC, metro area, home to more than one-half (m) million Asian-Americans, with fewer than 500 Asians living in the downtown neighbourhood. Once a close-knit community with modest shops and houses, the Chinatown is known more for its city sports arena, luxury apartments and national chains including Starbucks, Hooters and Legal Seafood. The Chinese residents have long since scattered, moving to large Asian communities in suburban Montgomery County and Fairfax County. Many who remain are elderly and live in federally subsidised housing, taking vans several times a week to Great Wall, a Chinese supermarket in suburban Falls Church, so they can buy groceries. 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 sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. AP'S HIGH DEFINITION ROLLOUT TIMETABLE All Customers This message is for ALL Associated Press (AP) customers to inform you of the upcoming changes to our service and how they will affect your organization. The timeline AP will be rolling out High Definition (HD) in phases, beginning with Entertainment from 11 November 2011, followed by Sports News Television (SNTV) in January 2012. The completion date for all News services will be Q2 2012 in time for the 2012 London Olympics in July and the US presidential elections in November. What does this mean for you? The HD upgrade will affect ALL customers. Changes to Delivery If you want to upgrade to HD, you will need to make changes to your hardware equipment - either by adopting Media Port or you may need to upgrade your current Media Port server. AP Direct will also be transitioned to an encrypted HD ONLY delivery and customers will need to provide their own HD compatible Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD). This will need to be operational by 1 February 2012. Satellite Upgrades We are upgrading our satellite network. This upgrade will affect ALL AP customers. For a full overview of changes to delivery and satellite upgrades, please visit: www.aphighdefinition.com To retrieve the login, please email: edcustomerliaisonap.org or aptn-webadminap.org ++++ APTN APEX 01-22-12 2240EST
NEW YORK FIRE (1/11/1997)
An early morning fire in Manhattan left fifteen people homeless today. The blaze began shortly before six A-M in the first building and spread into two adjoining buildings. The three buildings suffered heavy smoke and water damage. There were no fatalities.
San Francisco's Chinatown
Study hard children. In a visit to a Chinatown classroom there are nice shots of San Francisco including aerials of the city and exteriors of Chinatown buildings. Inside the classroom, children sit at desks writing Chinese characters in their work books while their teacher writes characters at the blackboard. DOC/WA - 1950's - B/W
LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
New York, USA. <br/> <br/>Various shots of parade through Freedomland. M/S horse drawn tram, M/S old fashioned street lamp. M/S man dressed like Keystone Cop patrolling the street. Various shots of clown on street, M/S tram. Various shots of locomotive, L/S aeroplane taxiing into hangar. M/S lever pulled. Various shots of Idlewild airport, people leave aeroplane. M/S people boarding helicopter, M/S luggage put in it and door closed, L/S as it taxis. L/S from air, M/S people in helicopter. Various shots in cockpit, L/S it lands at Manhattan. Various shots skyscrapers, M/S Rockefeller Centre and fountain. L/S down Park Avenue, M/S policeman. L/S public library. L/S Empire State Building, M/S from another angle. Various shots tourists at the top. Various shots over New York. Various shots horse drawn carriage in Central Park. Various shots children playing in park with animals. Various shots people playing chess in Washington Square. L/S Washington Mews, L/S busy street in Manhattan. L/S Grant's Tomb. M/S people going down into the subway. L/S Guggenheim Museum, L/S Washington Arch and fountain. Various shots people walking in Harlem. Various shots Chinatown. <br/> <br/>L/S Yankee Stadium, various shots of baseball game and crowd. M/S two surveyors at World's Fair site, various shots as they construct it. M/S huge globe lifted by crane. Various shots of a model of how Fair will look. Various shots Statue of Liberty. Various shots Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge seen from boat. Various shots United Nations building. Various shots of tourists on boats. Various shots of a Paddle Steamer. M/S cable car. L/S Freedomland. Various shots of children's rides. M/S Keystone Cop blowing whistle. M/S fire truck, M/S children pumping it. M/S man puts out fire. M/S tug sailing up Hudson river. Camera tracks down 42nd Street at night showing cinema signs all lit up. L/S buildings lit up in Times Square. L/S Manhattan skyline at dawn taken from boat. L/S Statue of Liberty at dawn. <br/> <br/>Cuts exist - see separate record.
New York Storefront Of Hair Salon
Land, United States, Temperate, Urban, New York, New York City, north america, Asian America, Beauty shop, Chinatown, Chinese, Consumer, Culture, Customer, Hair, Haircut, Light, Neon, Sign, Signage, Store, Window, Business, Storefront, Close Up, Lock Shot, Scenic, Night
Paramount
Mme. Chiang Kai-shek visits Chinatown during visit to New York City during World War II
Confident woman making "Pad Thai" in a wok at a street market in the old city of Thailand.
Confident woman making "Pad Thai" in a wok at a street market in the old city of Thailand.
16 million men register themselves in United States for the WWII draft, and President Roosevelt addresses from White House.
As World War II heats up, 16,500,000 men between ages 21 to 36 register themselves throughout the United States, signing up during the first peacetime conscription in U.S. history. (This was triggered by passage of the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940, also known as the Burke-Wadsworth Act, the genesis of "Selective Service.") Opening scene shows men lining up to register for the draft before the United States entered World War 2. Views of men filing out their registration forms. At TC:00:22 famous prize fighter, Barney Ross, is being registered. .(He jokes that the registrar shaking his hand has too strong a grip.) At TC: 00:34 Hollywood cowboy Gene Autry is seen registering. Close up view of street signs at Chinatown intersection of Bayard Street and Mott Street in New York City. Sign below it notes "School Street. Drive Slowly. Make no unnecessary noise." Line of many registrants of Chinese-American descent waiting in line, and processing paperwork. Scene changes to another area of the city, where a line of mostly African American men wait outside a registration building. Some cheer and wave for the camera. A police officer at the entrance hustles them inside, pulling some of them along. View of the exterior of the White House in Washington DC. United States President Franklin D Roosevelt addresses the nation's men of draft age, telling them that the call up of 800,000 men for training in year one, and less than one million men in each subsequent year, is a program of defensive preparation only. Roosevelt says to the registrants that "Democracy is your cause. The cause of youth." ( Note: silent except for President Roosevelt speaking at the end.) Location: United States USA. Date: October 16, 1940.
Various crime and fire - Homicide in Brooklyn, Plane wreck at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Chinatown shooting, Bank robbery, Water Main Break, Teen Thugs
1 - >>>LIRR cop shoots himself - Atlantic and Flatbush Ave. Shows station, street cop car, station interior, cops walking through, interiors, LIRR sign. (12/29 WL/JR) 2 - >>>Fire in Project 159-28 Harlem River Dr. Shows firemen, broken window, firemen going through apartment, door, fire engines. (12/29 JH/CD) 3 - >>>Homicide Broadway and Lewis Ave. Brooklyn. Shows building corridor, door, body being removed, street sign. (12/29 MS/JL) 4 - >>>Homicide McDonald and Ditmas Ave. Brooklyn. Shows street sign, blood covered body under sheets near lamppost, police car 20th Pct., blood and body, police car. (12/29 MS/JL) 5 - >>>Plane Wreck / Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. Teaneck, NJ. Shows plane on ground smashed near car, plane upside down, close up of wreckage overhead view, campus security car, police car, talking head, wreckage. (12/29 OK/CD) 6 - >>>Chinatown shooting - Market St. and Division. Shows interior of car with broken window, police examining it, glass with bullet hole, car street sign. (12/29 MS/JC) 7 - >>>Woman under bus - 181 St. Broadway. Shows victim, bus, crowd, woman being put into ambulance, street. (12/29 JH/CO) 8 - >>>The DeSoto Arrest. 91st and Broadway. Shows perp arrest, getting into cop car, street, police car leaving, bus, the DeSoto sign/canopy, street, police cars, street sign. (12/29 MS/JL) 9 - >>>Staten Island Fire - Not submitted. Shows water, some smoke near dock, fire engines in front of pier, ladder with hose, firemen on roof. (12/30 JH/CD) 10 - >>>Water Main Break - 17th St. and 5th Ave. Shows water gushing out of street, flooding, cars stuck, more flooding, street sign, police cars, street flooding. (12/30 JL/CR) 11 - >>>Homicide in Park / Marine Parkway and Fillmore Ave. Brooklyn. Shows park, blood, park, overturned garbage can, street sign. (12/30 JL/CR) 12 - >>>Bank Break-In via Window Chase Manhattan 14th St. and 5th Ave. Shows bank interior, Chase entrance, crowd outside, window with ladder, street sign. (12/30 JH/CD) 13 - >>>Auto collision with 1 injury Grand Concourse and E 169th St. Shows street, street sign, smashed vehicle, street sign. (12/30 JL/CR) 14 - >>>Booking of N.S. Teen Thugs - 6th Pct. W. 10th St. Shows teens brought in, led through hallway, led into cars in separate groups, inside cars. (12/30 JH/CD)
PUI TAK CENTER & GATEWAY TO CHINATOWN- CHICAGO
Zooming out from a close up of the roof of the Pui Tak Center to view the entire Gateway to Chinatown in Chicago.
LE 20H: [broadcast of December 16, 2022]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Thai Exotic StreetFood fried insects , friedscorpian ,Grasshopper ,fired caterpillar in yaowarat Bangkok Thailand
Thai Exotic StreetFood fried insects , friedscorpian ,Grasshopper ,fired caterpillar in yaowarat Bangkok Thailand
Chinatown Protest
SOME UNREST IN RELATION TO A PROPOSED PHILLIES STADIUM.
Close up of young Chinese girl learning Chinese writing techniques in Chinatown, New York, 1971
Close up of young Chinese girl learning Chinese writing techniques in Chinatown, New York, 1971
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MR. WONG IN CHINATOWN
Paramount
Firemen fighting 1950 fire in Chinatown in Montreal, Quebec
TRAVEL; 1975
03:19:08:00,Golden Gate bridge in fog (seen again), San Francisco in fog, Fishing boats at dock, Seagull hops, food in mouth, Fishing boat sails, San Francisco bay, Aerial shot of Alcatraz, Aerial shot of sailboat speeding along, Oakland Bay Bridge, zoom to San Francisco skyline, Two smiling Chinese women walk in crowded street, People clean sidewalk, Man gets on cable car, Tanker passes Alcatraz, Golden Gate Bridge in background, Art of Spanish explorers, Art of early San Francisco, Man talks to camera in hotel dining room, Large wheels turn, pull cables for cable cars, Cable car passes, Cable car operators work controls, Elderly Chinese woman gets off cable car, waves, Shot from cable car of passing buildings, Male cable car passenger looks at map, Various shots cable cars, Man leaves cable car, talks to camera, Man talks to camera, Flood Mansion in background, Fast motion shots of traffic, pedestrians, cars go down world's most winding street, POV from car going down world's most winding street, man turns steering wheel, ships pass in harbor, go under Golden Gate Bridge, clouds go over city, sunset, moon moves across sky, headlights on streets at night, Ext. Chinatown, restaurants (NIGHT), Chinese band plays, Chinese woman sings, Chinatown street scenes, Chinese merchant works with abacus, woman enters store, they talk, Man piles medicinal roots, leaves in paper, Chinese food shops, Chinese New Year celebration, dragon costumes, fireworks, Bakers prepare sourdough for oven, take baked loaves from oven, Chef takes sourdough loaf from bag, CU hands slice loaf with BIG knife, Waiter takes bread to table in fisherman's wharf restaurant, Woman orders crab, Crabmen pull crab traps in on boat, measure them, throw some back, others into box, Chef cuts crab up, puts parts into frying pan, Chefs put pasta through cutting machine, stack it in box, Chef cooks pasta, Waiter brings food to table, three dishes shown CU, Seagull looks for food, ocean, cliffs in background, CU San Francisco houses, Mime performs, people actually WATCH!!, sign in background says "YOU MAY WONDER WHY I DO THIS", Ghirardelli Square, Antique machine makes chocolate, Man pours chocolate from machine into can, pours it on something, People eat in Chinese restaurant, CU dim sum dishes, Woman pushes trays with food on cart, Rolls on cart, hands cut rolls with scissors, Two Chinese women, one Chinese man eat at restaurant table, Coit Tower on Telegraph Hill, San Francisco skyline, Sculpture detail of Pan American Exposition Building, zoom out to view of building, Shot through rear window of cable car of hill, bay, Alcatraz as we climb hill, Aerial of Alcatraz, San Francisco skyline, Awning reads "JOHN'S GRILL SINCE 1908 THE MALTESE FALCON", art of Falcon, Skyline at dawn, Golden Gate at dawn, Aerial of Alcatraz, Alcatraz seen from approaching boat, Ruined Alcatraz building, ship passes in background, Man walks on driveway, guard tower in background, Cell block ceiling, man walks through cell block, Barred windows, Man walks past cells, talks to camera about them, Dolly cells, Cell door closes, Man walks into cell, sits, Man walks down outdoor steps, across exercise yard, bay, Golden Gate in background, Seagull flies, Rough waters, tilt to Golden Gate Bridge, Bridge under construction, Workers put railing into place, Cables lift girder, Workers swing girder into place, Bridge, bay from top of bridge tower, man walks along top of tower to camera, talks, Men work on girders, Men, scaffold fall (doesn't look like much), Workers mill around, look, Man talks to camera, bridge in background, Overhead shot of boat passing, Aerial of Golden Gate Bridge, Mt. Tamilpais in background (VERY NICE), San Francisco skyline, bay in background, Fishing boats at Fisherman's Wharf, Famous "painted ladies" row houses in foreground, skyline in background, Transamerica Tower, Skyline in fog
++US Chinatown
AP-APTN-2230: ++US Chinatown Sunday, 22 January 2012 STORY:++US Chinatown- America's Chinatowns are changing fast, and not always for the better LENGTH: 03:04 FIRST RUN: 2230 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nats SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 724482 DATELINE: Various - 22 Jan 2012 LENGTH: 03:04 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: San Francisco, California - January 19, 2012 1. Wide view of main street in San Francisco Chinatown 2. Mid of "China Bazaar" shop front 3. Mid of woman selecting present for Chinese New Year 4. Mid of Chinatown souvenir machine 5. David Lee walks walks past food stand in San Francisco Chinatown 6. David Lee talking to police officer 7. SOUNDBITE (English) David Lee, San Francisco State Political Science: (PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO STARTS ON STORE FRONT WINDOW AND PANS TO DAVID LEE) "The Chinese community in Chinatown now is heavily senior and elderly and, this is a dramatic change from the Chinatown that I grew up in which was largely families." 8. Woman reading newspaper in shop 9. Tourist couple selecting umbrella Millbrae, California - January 19, 2012 10. Wide of sign at Millbrae City Hall 11. Wide of sign strung across street announcing Lunar New Year Festival 12. Close-up of sign reading (English) "City of Millbrae: Gung Hay Fat Choi (Happy Chinese New Year)" 13. Newspaper stand in Millbrae 14. Interior of store with Christopher Chan in background 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Christopher Chan, Shop owner: "It's safe and very convenient and also very quiet. And, most of the people who live here are middle-class and yeah, we find everything very good here." 16. Products in racks Washington DC - January 19, 2012 17. Wide of entrance to Washington's Chinatown 18. Pan of people crossing street 19. Wide of police department sign reading (English) "Metropolitan Police Department, Asian Liaison Unit" 20. Tracking shot down a street in Chinatown 21. Mid of the exterior of Tai Shan Chinese restaurant 22. Close up of "Happy New Year" waving cats 23. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Howard, Washington DC Resident: "I think overall, twenty years ago when I came here, if you couldn't park in front of your Chinese restaurant you didn't really want to walk around. So, in that sense, its good. If you look, like at the top of the buildings, it says, The Nolan Group, there's a lot of firms and companies and businesses that have come into this neighbourhood, and that's good, also." 24. Slow zoom into a Chinese style Starbucks coffee shop 25. Mid of electronic AT&amp;amp;T sign and advertising screens, pull out to reveal Chinatown gate STORYLINE America's historic Chinatowns, home for a century to immigrants seeking social support and refuge from racism, appear to be fading in major cities, while Asian immigrants now find homes in the suburbs. As the Lunar New Year begins on Monday, shoppers in San Francisco's Chinatown prepare to join family, often taking grandmother from the city, to a child's home in the suburbs for the celebration. The signs are evident elsewhere, from Los Angeles and Boston, to Houston, San Francisco and Seattle, where shiny new "satellite Chinatowns" in the suburbs rival if not overshadow the originals. Professor David Lee grew up in San Francisco's Chinatown. Now, when he returns, he sees the changes as more and more second generation residents leave the city. Urban Chinatowns continue to serve a role for newly arrived immigrants with less education who seek entry into low-wage work as well as elderly residents with poor English skills who can't drive. But middle-class families are almost nowhere to be found, and in many places rising downtown property costs and white gentrification threaten their traditional existence. One San Francisco suburb where a lot of Chinese immigrants now call home is Millbrae. The town is covered in signs celebrating the lunar New Year in both English and Chinese. Christopher Chan grew up in the urban Chinatown of San Francisco, but moved to the suburbs nearly 20 years ago. Nationwide, about 62 percent of Asian-Americans in the nation's large metropolitan areas live in the suburbs, up from 54 percent in 1990 and the highest ever. Now the fastest-growing racial group in the US, Asian-Americans are more likely than other minorities to live in the suburbs; only white Americans at 78 percent are higher. Since 2000, nearly three-fourths of Asian population growth in the US occurred in suburbs, many of them in the South. Organisers of the Lunar New Year festival in Washington, DC, for the first time have hired a large marketing firm to boost attendance at annual festivities in their shrivelling Chinatown. Fifteen years ago, Washington's Chinatown covered fifteen square blocks. Today, the few Chinese restaurants and pharmacies cover barely four square blocks. A major new sports complex for Washington's basketball team took out several square blocks, and other companies found the urban property profitable. Signs of Chinatown decline can be seen in the Washington, DC, metro area, home to more than one-half (m) million Asian-Americans, with fewer than 500 Asians living in the downtown neighbourhood. Once a close-knit community with modest shops and houses, the Chinatown is known more for its city sports arena, luxury apartments and national chains including Starbucks, Hooters and Legal Seafood. The Chinese residents have long since scattered, moving to large Asian communities in suburban Montgomery County and Fairfax County. Many who remain are elderly and live in federally subsidised housing, taking vans several times a week to Great Wall, a Chinese supermarket in suburban Falls Church, so they can buy groceries. 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 sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. AP'S HIGH DEFINITION ROLLOUT TIMETABLE All Customers This message is for ALL Associated Press (AP) customers to inform you of the upcoming changes to our service and how they will affect your organization. The timeline AP will be rolling out High Definition (HD) in phases, beginning with Entertainment from 11 November 2011, followed by Sports News Television (SNTV) in January 2012. The completion date for all News services will be Q2 2012 in time for the 2012 London Olympics in July and the US presidential elections in November. What does this mean for you? The HD upgrade will affect ALL customers. Changes to Delivery If you want to upgrade to HD, you will need to make changes to your hardware equipment - either by adopting Media Port or you may need to upgrade your current Media Port server. AP Direct will also be transitioned to an encrypted HD ONLY delivery and customers will need to provide their own HD compatible Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD). This will need to be operational by 1 February 2012. Satellite Upgrades We are upgrading our satellite network. This upgrade will affect ALL AP customers. For a full overview of changes to delivery and satellite upgrades, please visit: www.aphighdefinition.com To retrieve the login, please email: edcustomerliaisonap.org or aptn-webadminap.org ++++ APTN APEX 01-22-12 1758EST
Various crime, fire, news events - Cop killing in Bed Stuy; Cross Burners booked; No Nukes Rally in Battery Park; Car accident; Chinatown shooting; Stable fire; Boat Basin suicide
1 - >>>Leak in Duplex Apt. at W. 72nd St. and Columbus Ave. Tape shows street sign into building exterior, close-up of water leaking into a long shot of water cascading, firemen on scene, piano in room, more water, name on door, street sign. (9/22/79 JH/MS) 2 - >>>Perp arrested for pushing 2 women onto subway tracks. Tape shows Lenox Hill bus in garage, Lenox Hill exterior, emergency sign, Lenox Hill bus leaving, RMP by hospital, transit sign, detectives walking perp out of station and into bus. (9/22/79 NG/PL) 3 - >>>Perp arrested for cop killing in Bed Stuy. Tape shows detective walking perp into Queens Central Booking. (9/22/79 NG/PL) 4 - >>>Perp arrested for killing Ohio cop in Queens. Tape shows perp walked to desk and into car. 67th Pct. exterior. (9/22/79 NG/PL) 5 - >>>Booking of Cross Burners at 63rd Pct. Tape shows perp walked out of Pct. and into car. Perps walked into Brooklyn Central Booking. 63rd Pct. exterior RMP logo. (9/23/79 MV/RE) 6 - >>>Anti-Nuke Rally at Battery Park. Tape shows Ralph Nader, Bella Abzug, crowd shots, plane flies by with No Nukes banner. More crowds, stadium with No Nukes banner, Bella Abzug close ups, old woman speaker, more crowds, Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden at podium, crowds, Jane Fonda, No Nukes banner, more crowds, twin towers into crowd, t-shirt, high shot of crowd from top of Twin Towers, ambulance, traffic, bus, Battery Park sign. (9/23/79 NG/PC) 7 - >>>People trapped in car at Pelham Park near City Island. Tape shows firemen trying to get passengers from car wrapped around tree, firemen on scene, rescue 3 box, driver close up. (9/23/79 JH/MS) 8 - >>>Shooting scene at Attica Ave. and Withrop St. in Brooklyn. Tape shows crime scene sign, into exterior, street signs, forensics arriving, bar interior, exterior with forensics car, bus on scene, pan from RMP to hospital, RMP. (9/23/79 JH/MS) 9 - >>>3 shot in Chinatown at 15 Mott St. Tape shows restaurant exterior, blood on sidewalk, shoe by blood, cops in restaurant, Wo-Hop sign, cops looking at blood, blood stains, forensics RMP on scene, detectives on scene. (9/23/79 MV/RE) 10 - >>>Stable fire with 3 DOA horses at Pelham Parkway - New England Thruway. Tape shows firemen on scene, horses on scene, highway scene, long shots of scene, horse close up. (9/23/79 JH/MS) 11 - >>>Suicide in the Hudson - 79th St. Boat Basin. Tapes shows Marina sign, long shot of marina, RMP on scene, shoes on scene, house boat. (JH/MS)
MDO-37 DigiBeta
MANHATTAN AERIALS