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NBC Network - "The Crash of Flight 191" (Part 2, 1979)

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Here's Part 2 of continuing coverage of the crash of American Airlines Flight 191 at O'Hare Field, the worst air disaster in U.S. history; this includes the second half of an NBC News Special Report anchored by Chuck Scarborough, as aired on WMAQ Channel 5. Featuring Jim Ruddle, Jim Tilmon, Carole Simpson. Includes:

The tail end of Jim Ruddle's interview with Jim Tilmon (Ruddle saying, "Back to New York").

Chuck Scarborough recounts numerous design proble...

WLS Channel 7 - News Bulletin - "The Crash of Flight 191" (Part 4, 1979)

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Here's Part 4 of WLS Channel 7's news coverage of the crash of American Airlines Flight 191 (a DC-10 manufactured by McDonnell-Douglas; scheduled to travel from Chicago to Los Angeles), 1/2 mile northwest of O'Hare Airport. Featuring Fahey Flynn and Diane Allen. Includes:

News Bulletin bumper slide (voiceover by Janice Gears Kos)

Fahey Flynn has joined Diane in the Eyewitness News studio, and is leading off this part recounting on what he terms "the...

WBBM Channel 2 - The 20th Annual Chicago Emmy Awards (Part 2, 1978)

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Here's Part 2 of the Twentieth Annual Chicago Emmy Awards on WBBM Channel 2, hosted by Bob Newhart.

This part features Lee Phillip, Fahey Flynn, Chuck Collins, Jim Ruddle, Dick Kay, Bonnie DeVries, Rich Samuels, Jim Cummins, Rich Newberg, Don Craig, Irv Kupcinet, Bill Kurtis and Donna LaPietra, and archive footage of Norman Barry, Ray Rayner, Jim Stewart, Ned Locke, Len O'Connor, A...

WFLD Channel 32 - Newscope - "The Blizzard of '67" and Other Stories (Part 1, 1967)

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Here's the first part of an edition of Newscope on WFLD Channel 32, anchored by Patrick Muldowney. Also featuring Harlan Draeger of the Chicago Daily News, Richard Foster of the Chicago Sun-Times (both papers, like WFLD, were owned by Field Enterprises), sportscaster Dave Martin, and WA9RTP ham operators Jim Roper(?) and Dick Cox.

NOTES: This is the earliest footage currently known to exist of a WFLD broadcast (albeit via kinescope); the sound heard in the backg...