KARL ROVE - ADVISOR TO PRESIDENT BUSH President George Bush's top political advisor Karl Rove gets into his car as a news announcer states that Mr. Rove is still under investigation in the case involving a CIA agent's identity being revealed to the media. Cut to Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitgerald at a press conference.
Date: October 28, 2005 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:10:00, With Audio
RADIO ANNOUNCER TOM CHEEK Toronto baseball radio announcer, Tom Cheek, speaking into a microphone for a broadcast of a Toronto Blue Jays game. A radio producer works the sound board during a broadcast. Tom Cheek is in the background.
Date: October 9, 2005 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:13:00, No Audio
G8 SUMMIT , SCOTLAND - 5 Journalists sitting at a press conference for the 2005 Live 8 Benefit Concerts. Performers, including Bono of U2, and organizers of the concert sit on a panel. Organizer Bob Geldof answers questions.
Date: July 8, 2005 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:13:00, With Audio
SATCHMO, ROCHESTER, DON WILSON Exterior shot of CBS radio studios on Sunset and Gower. Two Asian engineers at work in radio station. Shots of the Mills Brothers performing as Fred MacMurray, Rita Hayworth and others look on. Shots of GIs huddled around a radio. Louis Armstrong and Eddie Rochester Anderson perform a radio comedy routine, followed by reaction shot of laughing black soldier. Announcer Don Wilson introduces movie star Carole Landis, who sighs for Command Performance radio show.
RADIO -1 A radio and its loudspeaker are seen in a home; a radio announcer speaks into a microphone; a sign is seen; on city streets shoeshine boys, crowds, and an elderly man with his hand to his ear all appear to be listening.
1938 ALL-STAR GAME Lots of shots from the 1938 All-Star Game at Cincinnati's Crosley Field, photographed on the field level and from the press box. New York Giant slugger Mel Ott hits some balls during batting practice. Youthful Joe DiMaggio talks to a civilian near the batting cage. Clown Prince of Baseball Al Schacht, in hobo outfit and cleats, performs some comedy pitching. Ott talks to a reporter. Reporters at work in the press box are seen in a panning shot. An announcer watches the game through binoculars as he broadcasts. Most of the game footage is too overexposed to decipher.
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