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#16402: 10 O'CLOCK NEWS WITH BILL JORGENSEN
1970-08-26, WNEW, 27 min.
Rona Barrett, Gloria Steinem, Bella Abzug, John Lindsay, Spiro Agnew, Betty Friedan, Bill Jorgensen, Bill McCreary, Angela Davis, Rolland Smith

THE 10 O'CLOCK NEWS 

March 13, 1967 - July 5, 1968 (Half Hour)
July 8, 1968 - February 23, 1979 (One Hour)

Bill Jorgensen was the founding and longtime anchor of New York City's FIRST PRIME TIME ONE HOUR WEEKLY NEWS BROADCAST premiering  format on July 8, 1968. It began as a half hour News Broadcast anchored by Bill Jorgensen on March 13, 1967.

 When WNEW-TV began producing 10 O'CLOCK NEWS with Bill Jorgensen at the helm, no other commercial television stations had a prime time newscast. The New York Times television critic Jack Gould described the newscast as "a thoroughly professional news summary" due in part to "Mr. Jorgensen's durably pleasing style and demeanor. He suggests authority without affectation." 

The 10 O'CLOCK NEWS on WNEW TV  followed a talk show hosted by Merv Griffin and was followed by a local talk show hosted by Alan Burke, and then followed with The Les Crane Show when The 10'Oclock News was a half hour broadcast. This line-up rapidly built a substantial audience. 

After a twelve year successful run Bill Jorgensen left WNEW and The 10'OClock News and was succeeded at by John Roland, who anchored his first broadcast on March 14, 1979. Jorgensen who quit after his Feb. 23, broadcast left the newscast without an official anchor replacement for two and half weeks. Roland who had previously been a featured reporter and co-anchor became the new anchor. 

Bill Jorgensen's signature signoff was "I'm Bill Jorgensen, thanking you for your time this time 'till next time."

NOTE: Bill Jorgensen had it written into his contract at WNEW that he was the only one who could use a TelePrompTer, and this meant that when he was debriefing a reporter on set, the reporter would have to constantly look at his notes. By contract, Jorgensen would always look steadily into the camera, projecting an air of power and confidence. He warred bitterly with station management, including Ted Kavanau, then news director, who says Jorgensen "was a difficult guy, very moody, hardly talked to anybody, but when you turned on that camera, he performed brilliantly. He had a voice that was like fate reaching out to you."

ON THIS BROADCAST:

Women commemorate the 50th anniversary of the adoption of the 19th amendment, which granted suffrage to women.
 
An in depth ten minute report leads off this news broadcast.

Women march and demonstrate all over New York City  advocating equality. They picket a multitude of sights. Women's power are on display representing 100 million females in the USA.

In an on location report, women take over radio station WBAB, demanding their voice be heard. Interviews and comments are heard. 

Also, demonstrations are covered in Times Square, Bryant Park,  Washington D.C. and Boston Massachusetts. 

In other news, Palestine crisis, Israeli crisis addressed at UN,
Vice President Spiro Agnew's trip in the East, latest Viet Nam statistics, American marine John Sweeney asks for asylum in Sweden. His family is interviewed, NYC hippies battle police, Nigerian execution of three enemies of the country, Narcotic raids in NYC, Manson case horrors of killings described in court, Black Panther trial, search for wanted criminal Angela Davis, British Airways fire at Kennedy Airport, increasing amount of guns being stored by college students. 

Rona Barrett reviews new TV programs scheduled to debut and return to television in the Fall 1970 season. 

NOTE: 

      NO KNOWN BROADCASTS OR EVEN EXCERPTS OF "10 O'CLOCK NEWS 
      WITH BILL JORGENSEN" EXISTS OR IS ARCHIVED AT THE LIBRARY 
      OF CONGRESS, UCLA FILM & TV ARCHIVE, PALEY CENTER FOR 
      MEDIA, VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY NEWS ARCHIVE, OR THE ARCHIVES 
      OF WNEW METROMEDIA. ONE ENDING OF THE PROGRAM AND CREDITS 
      CAN BE FOUND ON YOU TUBE (62 SECONDS).                                                                                                                                    
#2981: HELEN REDDY SHOW, THE
1973-07-26, WNBC, 52 min.
Helen Reddy, The Modern Jazz Quartet, Albert Brooks, Gloria Steinem

June 28, 1973-August 16, 1973. Helen Reddy hosted this variety hour, a summer replacement for "The Flip Wilson Show."
#7706: BIG EVENT: "THAT WAS THE WEEK THAT WAS"
1976-12-26, NBC, 120 min.
Art Buchwald, Edwin Newman, Buck Henry, Jules Feiffer, Ruth Gordon, Candice Bergen, Gloria Steinem

September 26, 1976 - July 26, 1981

THE BIG EVENT was the umbrella title for assorted movies and specials broadcast frequently throughout  the latter part of the 1970's. 

A 90 minute spoof of 1976's memorable and not so memorable news events.                       
#8882: MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW, THE
1977-07-12, SYN, 90 min.
Mike Douglas, Roy Rogers, Neil Sedaka, Gloria Steinem, Robert Carridine, Ann Lockhart, Carole Bayer Sager

1963-1982 (SYNDICATED). Mike Douglas hosted one of television's longest-running talk shows (19 years). Each week Douglas was joined by a different co-host. In 1967, "The Mike Douglas Show" became the first syndicated talk show to win an Emmy Award.

Broadcast from 1963-1978 in Philadelphia Broadcast from 1978-1982 in Los Angeles Guests are Neil Sedaka, Roy Rogers, Carole Bayer Sager, Robert Carradine, Ann Lockhart, and Gloria Steinem.
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