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Steve Nevas hosts the Ten O'Clock News
Program:
Ten O'Clock News broadcast
Original Airdate: 1/15/1976

Length: 00:29:03
Item Type: newstape - aircheck


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Description : Abstract
The Ten O'Clock News debut broadcast with anchor Steve Nevas. Gary Griffith reports on the King Memorial Breakfast in honor of Martin Luther King's birthday. Margaret Bush Wilson (NAACP) speaks about affirmative action programs and voter registration. Griffith reports on Indiana Senator Birch Bayh's visit to Boston in preparation for the March 2 Massachusetts primary elections. Bayh speaks about New England's energy needs and anti-trust legislation to break up multi-national oil companies. Ed Baumeister reports that listening devices in the Worcester County Jail may be illegal. Joseph Smith (Sheriff, Worcester County) says that conversations are not monitored or recorded. Nevas interviews Frank Zarb (federal energy administrator) about rising energy costs, energy policy and conservation. Nevas reads a news brief about the testimony of Boston psychiatrist Harry Kozol regarding his examination of Patricia Hearst. Paul deGive reports on marijuana trafficking. Ed Cass (Regional Director, DEA) says that DEA seizures of several tons of marijuana put it in short supply for wholesalers. DeGive reports that amateur dealers are getting out of the marijuana trade because it is becoming too dangerous. Pam Bullard reports on recovering women alcoholics at Emerson House in Falmouth. Several women in a support group describe their drinking behavior. Dave Rosen reports on legislation regarding consumer issues at the statehouse. The issues covered are auto insurance, electricity rates and rent control. Jim Crockett gives gardening tips to viewers in a gardening segment.




Contributor : Host
Jim Crockett
Gary Griffith
Steve Nevas

Contributor : Reporter
Ed Baumeister
Pam Bullard
Paul deGive
Dave Rosen
Format : Tape 8   Barcode   
3/4" cassette 19529 
Betacam cassette 103631 
digital betacam cassette 100264 
VHS cassette 100484 

Subject : Keywords
Affirmative action programs
African Americans - Civil rights
Airports
Drug traffic
Electioneering (Political campaigns)
Electric utilities
Energy policy
Gardening
Insurance
Marijuana
Prisoners
Rent control
Women

Subject : Personal Names
Baumeister, Ed
Bayh, Birch
Bullard, Pam
Cass, Ed
Crockett, Jim
deGive, Paul
Griffith, Gary
Hearst, Patricia
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Kozol, Dr. Henry
McLucas, John
Nevas, Steve
Rosen, Dave
Saxe, Susan
Smith, Joseph
Wilson, Margaret Bush
Zarb, Frank

Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Emerson House
Logan International Airport
Worcester County Jail

Type : Genre
News - Television



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