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On 05, Nov 2007 | No Comments | In | By admin

Peter Jennings: A Reporter’s Life

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Peter Jennings: A Reporter’s Life, an oral biography tells the story of Jennings’ extraordinary life and career through the words of his friends, family, colleagues, competitors, and those he covered. Recorded in the immediate aftermath of the news anchor’s death from lung cancer, this collection of memories capture his love for journalism and his passion for living.
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On 12, Feb 2012 | No Comments | In | By admin

To Iraq and Back: Bob Woodruff Reports


On January 29, 2006, ABC News Anchor Bob Woodruff was severely injured in Iraq when his convoy was hit by a roadside bomb. Woodruff, who was wounded along with cameraman Doug Vogt, sustained multiple life-threatening injuries, including devastating brain trauma. In his first on-air report since the incident, Woodruff tells the incredible story of his life-altering injury and miraculous recovery.
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An Independent Judiciary

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An Independent Judiciary examines the impact Chief Justice John Marshall had on defining the role of the judiciary in the republic’s crucial early years, as well as two episodes in the struggle to ensure that judicial independence be accepted, by the other branches of the government and the people themselves, as a fundamental principal of American life.
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On 30, Jun 2006 | No Comments | In | By admin

State of the Union

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Members of Congress may not come to the floor armed with pistols as they did in the days leading up to the Civil War, but their words are as toxic as any time since then. And we are — in many ways — a more divided nation than any time since then.

In interviews with political leaders, media analysts, and people in communities around the country, ABC News found what appears to be a new phenomenon: the polarization is feeding on itself. It’s not just politicians, business or religious leaders, liberals or conservatives — or the media: It’s each of us. And it’s alarming.

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Key Constitutional Concepts

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Key Constitutional Concepts is a three-part film examining the creation of the Constitution and two real-life Constitutional conflicts that came to be seen as landmark Supreme Court cases: Gideon v. Wainwright and Youngstown v. Sawyer.
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On 26, Aug 2006 | No Comments | In | By admin

Out of Control: AIDS in Black America

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Out of Control was the first national network television documentary to examine how and why AIDS has become overwhelmingly a black epidemic-not in Africa or the Third World, but right here in the United States.
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On 10, Aug 2005 | No Comments | In | By admin

Peter Jennings: Reporter


Peter Jennings: Reporter, is a two-hour special reflecting on the remarkable life and career of the World News Tonight anchor. The program features reports tracing Jennings’ journalistic career as he covered many of the pivotal events that have shaped our world – as an un-formed 26 year-old anchorman, when he returned to the field and developed into a respected foreign correspondent, and when he returned to the United States and took the helm of World News Tonight where he remained for over two decades.

The special also focuses on Jennings’ passion for journalism, his unique perspective on America and how his distinctive editorial vision and values shaped the award-winning World News Tonight broadcast, as well as his documentary series Peter Jennings Reporting

Peter Jennings: Reporter also provides perspective on Jennings’ personal side through interviews with friends, family, colleagues and competitors, including Charles Gibson, Ted Koppel, Diane Sawyer, Barbara Walters and Tom Brokaw. Read more…

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Breakdown: America’s Health Insurance Crisis

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Today in the United States there are an estimated 46 million people—that is almost one in six Americans—who don’t have health insurance. The numbers continue to grow as health insurance costs rise and more Americans find health insurance impossible to afford. In Peter Jennings’ final documentary, he reports on how this country’s broken health insurance system is threatening America’s families, America’s businesses, and America’s health.

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