1980s NEWS
INTERVIEW Robert Lipsyte: Joining me now is Karl Grossman who covered the early use of the Shoreham nuclear power plan for the now defunct Long Island press. He's a journalism professor winner of the George Polk award he wrote a book about Shoreham, he called it Power Crazy, Karl, you're going to have to walk me through just a little bit of it. In 1968, as I recall, the Long Island Light and Power company said that they were going to build this nuclear plant in five years for $70 million. Was it a trick did they lie? What happened? Karl Grossman: Well, in fact, this is the original press release. I have it right here from the Long Island lighting company talking about this plant, they built 500 megawatt plant, they identified it then in the 65 to $75 million range. 1966, in fact, was the first press conference. Actually, it has a lot to do with New York City. A nuclear plant was supposed to be sited in Ravenswood in Queens ConEd was to build a nuclear plant there. And in 1962, that project ended the city council began considering legislation which would prohibit any nuclear plants from being built within New York City. Robert Lipsyte: They were afraid of an accident Karl Grossman: A nuclear plant in the geographical center of New York. I mean, literally, though, the Atomic Energy Commission in those days was talking about engineering safeguards. And they won't have a mining company then in the several years afterwards figured well if carnedd can't build nuclear plants in the middle of the city, will build a string of nuclear plants on Long Island making use of the abundant water on Long Island our nuclear plants take a lot of water to keep them cool. And million gallons a minute. And at that point, Long Island compared to New York City had a relatively low population. So Lilco began considering what it called a nuclear Park scheme. And it was to build anywhere from seven to 11 nuclear plants in Shoreham. So it's called Shoreham nuclear power station one was to be the first and that's why the book is called power crazy. Robert Lipsyte: And that's that's the only one that was built. Karl Grossman: They got a license to build to a Jamesport in 1980 by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which replaced the AEC, but they've only been able to go ahead with the Shoreham plant. Robert Lipsyte: Okay, now it's 23 years later, what was supposed to cost 70 million and stop me if my figures wrong. What was supposed to cost 70 million turned out to cost 5.5 billion. Not very much if any energy was produced, but a lot of people Along the way made a lot of money, right? Karl Grossman: Well, in terms of the issue of not much of energy would be produced, in fact, an enormous amount of energy would be produced. Nothing has been out nothing produced. Yeah, a little bit of low power testing, but no commercial power. In fact, Shoreham is the most expensive power plant of any sort in the world. I mean, the whole Shoreham saga is a story of extremes. And if Shoreham would go into operation, the rates on Long Island would double making Long Island rates by far the highest in the United States.
HAMILTON AIR FORCE BASE
EDIT MASTER LISA STARK VO ON THE FAILURE TO DEVELOP THE DEFUNCT HAMILTON AIR FORCE BASE IN NOVATO, CALIFORNIA. 00:00:58 EXT SHOTS OF DECREPIT BASE BUILDINGS. STARK SU. INTV CLIPS W/ LOCAL MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS. AERIAL SHOT OF THE BASE. CU OF A PLAN FOR A HOUSING AND COMMERCIAL COMPLEX ON THE BASE LAND. LS OF DEER GRAZING ON THE BASE. 00:02:40 BLANK UNTIL THE END. CI: MILITARY: AIR FORCE BASE.
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LAKES AND STREAMS OF MINNESOTA
Capital Airlines BAe 146 taking off, UK, 1990
Capital Airlines BAe 146 commercial jet taking off from Luton Airport in 1990. Capital Airlines operated short-haul flights in the UK and Ireland from 1987-1990.
SJT HARD DISCOUNT WINS MARKET SHARES ALL LIDL
FR3 / France 3
Eastern Air Lines Union Agreement
Eastern Air Lines and its employee union reach an agreement to enhance safety procedures within the airline. Footage includes the defunct airline on the tarmac. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
Valujet Ruling
MORE LEGAL FALLOUT FROM THE 1996 VALUJET CRASH THAT KILLED 110-PEOPLE IN THE FLORIDA EVERGLADES.
[Local commerce: clothing stores disappear from the urban landscape]
A2 / France 2
US Implosion - Cooling tower at defunct nuclear plant comes down
NAME: US IMPLOSION 20060521I TAPE: EF06/0437 IN_TIME: 10:56:01:07 DURATION: 00:01:47:15 SOURCES: ABC/Katu-Portland DATELINE: Rainier, 21 May 2006 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Aerial of area prior to implosion 2. Two buildings on site taken from boat 3. Boat in water to watch implosion 4. Tower implodes 5. Spectators pan to dust and smoke 6. Close up dust and smoke and boats nearby 7. Spectators 8. Wide shot after implosion STORYLINE: Demolition crews on Sunday destroyed the 499-foot cooling tower at a defunct commercial nuclear power plant. With a rumble, the tower leaned to the side and collapsed upon itself - leaving a cloud of dust and multi-ton pile of rubble. It took less than 10 seconds and roughly 2,800 pounds (1, 300 kilogrammes) of explosives to complete. Portland General Electric ordered the implosion at Trojan Nuclear Power Plant, about 40 miles (65 kilometres) north of Portland, as part of its decommissioning. Trojan closed in 1993 for financial and safety reasons, and the facility has been decommissioned in stages since then. It was Oregon's first and only nuclear power plant. The tower is the largest in the United States to be destroyed, according to Controlled Demolition Inc., the Maryland contractor handling the implosion. The electric company estimates the plant will not be fully decommissioned until 2024. Remaining buildings will be destroyed gradually through 2008. The spent radioactive fuel rods, which sit above ground, must be moved to a federal repository that hasn't been developed yet. (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.
work on a conveyor at a dairy
work on a conveyor at a dairy
SCHOOL PROBE 1 (10/16/1995)
(PART TWO OF THIS TWO PART REPORT SEE CLIP ID #54319 THE U-S DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION HAS IN INVESTIGATION INTO AN OHIO BASED COURT-REPORTING SCHOOL THAT ABRUPTLY SHUT DOWN THIS YEAR.
HD Super Slow-Mo: Vintage Television Explosion
HD1080p: Super Slow Motion shot of an old vintage television exploding into many pieces. Recorded at 1050 fps
PEOPLE & POLITICS
CUTAWAYS OF BAGHDAD, IRAQ STREET SCENES FOR A CS ON LIVING CONDITIONS IN POSTWAR IRAQ. 00:00:29 CU OF PHOTOS OF IRAQI LEADER SADDAM HUSSEIN ON THE FRONT PAGES OF ENGLISH AND ARABIC NEWSPAPERS. CLIPS OF SIDEWALK VENDORS SELLING PAPERS. WS OF TRAFFIC AND PEDESTRIANS FLOWING THROUGH AN INTERSECTION. LS OF A POLICE OFFICER DIRECTING TRAFFIC WITH A TALL PORTRAIT OF HUSSEIN IN THE BACKGROUND. DEEP FOCUS SHOTS OF A BOULEVARD CLOGGED WITH TRAFFIC. MS OF A TRAFFIC COP BLOWING A WHISTLE AND WAVING HIS ARM. VS OF MOTORISTS PUMPING GASOLINE AT A SERVICE STATION. CU OF A GAS PUMP PRICE DISPLAY. CU OF A TALL PUBLIC PORTRAIT OF SADDAM WAVING. 00:08:22 EXT SHOTS OF CLOSED ALITALIA, BRITISH AIRWAYS AND LUFTHANSA AIRLINE OFFICES. MS OF A SOLDIER STANDING ON A CORNER SIPPING A CAN OF PEPSI COLA WITH A CIVILIAN FRIEND. VS OF CROWDS FLOWING THROUGH A COMMERCIAL STRIP. CU OF A DEFUNCT TRAFFIC LIGHT. CI: PERSONALITIES: HUSSEIN, SADDAM (ABOUT). ECONOMY: IRAQ. HUMANKIND: IRAQ. STREET SCENES: IRAQ.
Mexico: mysterious murder of a French couple
FR3 / France 3
13/14: issue of July 15, 2022
Radio France: filmed programmes
ROCKEFELLER / TSONGAS SPEECHES
WASHINGTON, DC FEED CNN POOL COVERAGE OF SENATOR JOHN ROCKEFELLER (D-WVA) AND DEFUNCT DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE FORMER MASSACHUSETTS SENATOR PAUL TSONGAS ADDRESSING AN AMERICAN BUSINESS CONFERENCE MEETING IN DC ABOUT THE ECONOMY. 11:26:25 ROCKEFELLER BEMOANS THE DECLINING INTEREST IN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG HIGH SCHOOL AGE STUDENTS AND THE EROSION OF PUBLIC FAITH IN POLITICS. 11:36:13 HE DENOUNCES PRESIDENT GEORGE BUSH'S STATE OF THE UNION TAX BILL ULTIMATUM TO CONGRESS AS A MARVELOUS CHARADE, PREDICTS THE GRIDLOCK IN GOVERNENT WILL PROPEL WOMEN INTO POLITICS, DISCUSSES THE JAPANESE APPROACH TO MESHING THE INTERESTS OF GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS AND ARGUES BUSH'S HANDS OFF POSTURE TOWARDS BUSINESS HAS FAILED. 11:46:30 HE EXPLAINS BUSH THREATENED TO VETO HIS PROPOSED AUTHORIZATION OF 10 MILLION DOLLARS FOR THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WHICH WAS INTENDED TO HELP COMMERCIALIZE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, COMPARES THE GROWTH OF HEALTH CARE COSTS TO CANCER AND ADVOCATES STRENGTHENING THE COMMERCE DEPARTMENT. BREAKUP. 12:01:18 ROCKEFELLER FIELDS QUESTIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE, EXPLAINING THE DEMOCRATIC INSTINCT AGAINST CUTTING THE CAPITAL GAINS TAX IS MOTIVATED BY A DESIRE TO REPAIR THE INEQUITIES THAT RESULTED FROM THE 1981 AND 1986 INCOME TAX CUTS. 12:14:15 TSONGAS ENTERS THE MEETING HALL STEPS TO THE PODIUM AND SPEAKS, DECLARING THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT THE PUBLIC NOW REALIZES THAT ECONOMIC HOPE HAS TO COME OUT OF ECONOMIC REALITY; THE BAD NEWS IS THAT THE POLITICAL ESTABLISHMENTS IN BOTH PARTIES ARE IN A STATE OF CONFUSION, PREDICTING THE CAMPAIGN OF POTENTIAL INDEPENDENT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE ROSS PEROT WILL WITHER OVER TIME AND CLAIMING HIS SUSPENDED CAMPAIGN INTRODUCED THE CONCEPT OF GENERATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY. 12:23:59 HE DISCUSSES THE RETIREMENT OF SENATOR WARREN RUDMAN (R-NH), DESCRIBES HIS PROBLEMS SECURING FUNDS FOR HIS CAMPAIGN AND COMPLAINS THAT ECONOMIC POLICY IN WASHINGTON IS GENERATED BY POLLS. 12:29:08 BLANK UNTIL THE END. CI: POLITICS: PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY CAMPAIGN, 1992.
USA/COLOMBIA: ALLEGED DRUGS SMUGGLER EXTRADITED
TAPE_NUMBER: EF99/1307 IN_TIME: 20:34:21 - 22:00:44 // 10:12:21 LENGTH: 01:12 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: Natural Sound A man accused of smuggling heroin into the United States has been extradited from Columbia - the first time in nearly a decade that Colombia has turned over one of its nationals to stand trial in the U-S. Jaime Orlando Lara arrived aboard a government plane and was turned over to officials from the U-S Drug Enforcement Administration (D-E-A). The handover comes 10 days after a terrorist bomb killed eight people in Bogota, in what many suspect was an underworld warning against extraditions. 30 year old Jaime Orlando Lara left Bogota on a government plane - arriving in New York on Monday to stand trial for heroin trafficking. Lara was indicted in New York in October 1998, and Colombian police arrested him in Bogota last December. Prosecutors say he headed a smuggling ring that shipped as many as 30 pounds of heroin to the United States on commercial flights and distributed it through New York, Houston and Miami. Colombia banned extradition in 1991, capitulating to a wave of bombings and assassinations by the now defunct Medellin drug cartel and its notorious leader, Pablo Escobar. The recent bombing in Bogota on November 11th revived painful memories of that era, although investigators have yet to blame it on drug traffickers. Under heavy pressure from Washington, Colombia reinstated extradition in December 1997. Colombia's President Andres Pastrana defiantly signed Lara's extradition papers just hours after the terrorist explosion ten days ago in Bogota. U-S officials argue extradition is the only way to ensure that Colombian drug traffickers receive stiff punishments for their crimes. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Our view is the right approach is to bring to justice narcotics traffickers. To co-ordinate and co-operate as best as we can with Colombia. To praise the courage and commitment of President Pastrana and his administration in standing up to the narcotics traffickers." SUPER CAPTION: James Rubin, U-S State Department spokesman Because of weak laws, corruption and threats against judges and prosecutors, many top drug convicts have received short sentences in Colombia. They face harsher penalties in the U-S. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We certainly want to see extraditions, and we certainly hope that this courage and commitment that we've seen will be the harbinger of a greater ability for the United States and Colombia to work together in this battle." SUPER CAPTION: James Rubin, U-S State Department spokesman. Colombia exports 80 per cent of the world's cocaine and is becoming an increasingly supplier of heroin to the U-S. SHOTLIST: XFA Bogota, Colombia/ Washington DC, U-S - 21 and 22 November 1999 Bogota, Colombia - 21 November 1999 1. Medium shot of Lara being escorted to aircraft 2. Wide shot of aircraft 3. Medium shot of Lara boarding aircraft Washington DC, U-S - 22 November 1999 4. Wide shot of U-S State Department briefing 5. Medium shot of reporters 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) James Rubin, U-S State Department spokesman 7. Close up of reporters 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) James Rubin, U-S State Department spokesman 9. Wide Shot of briefing?
Water leak from the faucet valve
Water dripping from an old faucet. water leak from faucet valve. save water.
Reporters: [11 June 2022 broadcast]
France 24
1PM: [issue of June 7, 2022]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
COLOMBIA: SUSPECTED DRUG DEALER EXTRADITED
TAPE_NUMBER: EF99/1301 IN_TIME: 16:17:56 // 18:11:14 - 19:00:44 - 20:49:03 - 22:00:4 LENGTH: 01:33 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: Spanish/Nat For the first time in nearly a decade, Colombia extradited on Sunday a suspected drug dealer to the United States. Jaime Orlando Lara was handed over to officials from the U-S Drug Enforcement Administration (D-E-A) and will stand trial for heroin trafficking. The handover comes 10 days after a deadly terrorist bomb exploded in Bogota in what many suspect was a warning against extraditions. Jaime Orlando Lara arrived in Bogata by helicopter. Handcuffed and heavily-guarded he walked to the twin-engine Cessna without uttering a word. This is the first time since 1990 that a suspected drug trafficker has been extradited to the United States. Colombia banned extradition in 1991- capitulating to a wave of bombings and assassinations by the now-defunct Medellin drug cartel. The shadow of those times was raised again when on November 11 a deadly terrorist bomb exploded in Bogota in what many suspected was a warning against extraditions. Under heavy pressure from Washington, Colombia reinstated extradition in December 1997. Lara was indicted in New York in October 1998. Prosecutors say he headed a smuggling ring that shipped as many as 30 pounds (15 kilograms) of heroin to the United States on commercial flights. Acting on a U-S request, police captured Lara in Bogota last December. At Bogota's airport, the police made the official announcement. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) "Yesterday the decision was taken to authorise the extradition of the Colombian citizen Jaime Lara. In compliance with that executive decision, this citizen was transferred today to the United States. We informed him of our decision and all of his rights have been guaranteed according to Colombian law for those that are in prison." SUPER CAPTION: General Ismael Trujillo, judicial police director There are at least 40 other suspects waiting extradition to the U-S. U-S officials argue extradition is the only way to ensure Colombian drug traffickers receive stiff punishments for their crimes. In Colombia, top drug kingpins receive short sentences due to their campaign of intimidation and corruption. The plane is flying to Fort Lauderdale in Florida, a southern U-S state. SHOTLIST: Bogota, Colombia - November 21, 1999 XFA 1.Various of Jaime Orlando Lara's helicopter arriving at airport 2. Wide of US plane 3. US official talking to Colombian police 4. Various of Lara being taken in handcuffs to plane 5. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) General Ismael Trujillo, judicial police director 6. Various of plane departing?
Tvs vintage green screen
Tvs vintage green screen