UNIQUE in the WORLD audio air check recordings by 20-year-old Phil Gries, archiving the first, second bulletins & initial NBC TV broadcast coverage of President John F. Kennedy's assassination. Not recorded by NBC or any other resource in the country.
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17 records found for Tom Dunn 1966-03-24, WCBS, min. New York City Parade, anti-Vietnam war protest. Weather report and sports with Jack Whittaker. News about Muhammad Ali feedback report by Morton Dean, final results of people survey.
This broadcast is complete. Includes commercials.
TOM DUNN spent four years and one month as a news anchor for WCBS TV in New York from August 8, 1964 to September 13, 1968. He was assigned to numerous time slots as notated below.
August 8, 1964 - September 24, 1966
WCBS Saturday Evening News which aired from 7:00-7:20pm and subsequently from 6:30 - 7: 00pm.
Dunn replaced Anchor Jim Jensen.
January 23, 1965 - September 24, 1966
WCBS Saturday late night Evening News which aired initially from 11:00p-11:20pm and later from 11:00-11:30pm. Dunn replaced Anchor Mike Wallace.
March 21, 1965- November 14, 1965.
WCBS Sunday Late Night News which aired from 11:15pm-11:30pm. Dunn replaced Anchor Joe Loughlin.
February 28, 1966 - September 13, 1968.
WCBS Late Night Weekly News which aired from Monday thru Friday 11:00pm - 11:30pm.
Dunn replaced Anchor Jim Jensen
1966-04-13, WCBS, min. Viet Cong in a mortar attack at US Airbase, inflict heavy damage to planes, comment by Eric Sevareid.
Host: Tom Dunn reporting. 1966-05-31, CBS, 18 min. The late news report from WCBS-TV Channel 2 in New York City.
Tom Dunn reporting. 1967-10-11, WCBS, 11 min. The 11 PM news with Tom Dunn. Thurgood Marshall, the first negro appointed to the Supreme Court, appointed by Lyndon Johnson. 1967-12-04, WCBS, 6 min. The late-night news with Tom Dunn. A report on the death of Cardinal Francis Spellman. 1967-12-12, WCBS, 10 min. The late news from WCBS-TV with Tom Dunn. 1967-12-14, WCBS, 7 min. The 11 PM newscast with Tom Dunn. 1967-12-19, WCBS, 14 min. The 11 PM late newscast with Tom Dunn. 1967-12-22, WCBS, 17 min. The 11 PM newscast with Tom Dunn, and the sports report with Sal Marchiano subbing for Frank Gifford.
Heart transplant recipient Louis Washkansky passes away.
NYC proposes 42 million dollar housing project.
Bart Starr discusses this weeks Packer game with Al Sampson in Green Bay Wisconsin.
With commercials which include:
Parliament cigarettes, Buitoni marinara sauce, and Whitman's chocolates. 1968-01-04, WCBS, 10 min. The 11 PM newscast from WCBS-TV in New York City. Tom Dunn reporting. 1968-01-05, WCBS, 28 min. The 11 PM newscast with Tom Dunn. A flu outbreak in New York City. Sal Marchiano with sports news subbing for Frank Gifford.
A commercial for Parliament Cigarettes. 1968-01-09, WCBS, 19 min. Report on the Surveyor V11 moon landing, another heart transplant is performed. The recipient is 57-year-old Louis Block. 1968-02-21, CBS, 7 min. 1968-04-01, WCBS, 5 min. The late WCBS News with Tom Dunn reporting. 1968-04-16, WCBS, 4 min. Mayor John Lindsay of New York City says it's improper to kill looters and arsonists.
Host: Tom Dunn. 1968-05-02, WCBS, 13 min. Columbia University investigation of police engagement
Mayor Lindsay press conference
North Vietnam attacks-four-day battle, 1200 enemy dead
Host: Tom Dunn.
1968-06-04, WCBS, 29 min. The late news and sports report with Tom Dunn.
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