1960S NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION - 2 A man using a 1960s era photoengraver for a major newspaper publisher. A photoengraver is a huge camera used to produce a glass negative, which is used to print a photo on to a newspaper.
1960S NEWSROOM - 5 The operations of a 1960s newspaper office. After the editor signs off on the story, he places the story and photograph into a capsule which travels down a tube to the type setting room.
2 ALARM BLAZE IN STRIP PLAZA Two alarm blaze rips through a bakery in a strip plaza. Aerial photo from helicopter of smoking, smoldering building. Firefighters work to put out blaze. Firefighters on roof of plaza as smoke billows through roof, large advertising sign visible. Winter, snow on ground around smoking building.
PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO AND AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS AND REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING.
Date: February 23, 2001 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:37:00, With Audio
eFootage is a premier HD, film and video stock footage archive (contemporary and vintage) specializing in news, industrial, and more.
We have over one million additional stock footage clips that we can search upon request.
Featuring Data Refinery® and WebMagic® search and data technology.
A premier dv, film and video, digital and hd stock footage archive