ABC-WJLA News Channel 7 - Metro Washington DC

ABC-WJLA News Channel 7 - Metro Washington DC

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ABC 7 News (WJLA Washington) Intro

ABC 7 News (WJLA Washington) Intro

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FOX 5 LIVE: Breaking news, live events, trending stories from DC

FOX 5 LIVE: Breaking news, live events, trending stories from DC

Live coverage of breaking news, events and the latest trending stories from FOX 5 DC in Washington. Molly Nevola hosts.

WABC AM 77 and ABC 7 DC On Sept. 11

WABC AM 77 and ABC 7 DC On Sept. 11

NewsTalkRadio WABC AM 77, and WJLA 7 (both ABC) as Sept. 11 Happened. 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM. The timing leaves some space so skip to 1:14 so you can start the experience. 1:15 Good Morning America interviews a veterinarian from London via satellite about prolonging the life of pets. 5:00 GMA and ABC 7 shows how the weather was nationally and around DC on that fateful day. GMA's Diane Sawyer then talks to an author, commercials, and Charles Gibson does an interview with Sarah The Duchess of York, who's traveling to a Wisconsin county to help them overcome weight problems. 16:46 First crash 17:09 The tape for WABC 77 starts. It's the Curtis and Kuby Show (hosted by Curtis Sliwa and trial attorney Ron Kuby). They were discussing various absurd criminal stories and reports. 18:28 ABC breaks for commercial while WABC airs traffic reports prior to the mayhem. 19:20 WABC's local current conditions for NYC on that day via The Weather Channel. 19:55 WABC breaks for commercial. 20:55 WABC returns with breaking news of the attack before GMA, who returned at 21:05 with the breaking news. 22:31 WABC Commercial Break 2. 24:33 Curtis and Ron returns. Soon ABC News gives a news bulletin before Commercial Break #3 around 26:34. The two returns again 27:32. It was the last commercial before the station decided on continuous coverage. 30:12 ABC News overrides the show and covers it live for a while. Their callers were possibly using cell phones, as the signals seem to be interfered by the smoke. Curtis and Ron decided to stick around the preceding show, The John Gambling Show. 32:58 Second crash. Not only can you see the second plane clearly from ABC's POV, but on the radio, the explosion from the impact was audible over the phone after a delay. 41:10 WABC goes back to Curtis and Ron. They have their own witness, a fellow radio show host, which was possibly on a landline. 59:49 ABC breaks to President George Bush speaking from Sarasota, FL. Meanwhile, WABC gets a hold of The Commissioner about the location of city's Emergency Services in relation to the Twin Towers. 1:07:46 Third Crash 1:12:11 ABC Network breaks the news of the Pentagon. 1:17:19 WJLA breaks news to cover the Pentagon. 1:28:59 First collapse. When WABC swapped to it's audio feed, it relied on WABC TV 7's (New York) coverage. 1:33:11 Fourth and final. 1:58:22 Final Collapse.

WJLA ABC 7 News at 11 June 5, 2013

WJLA ABC 7 News at 11 June 5, 2013

This is ABC 7 News at 11 on Wednesday June 5, 2013. This was the night of the big fire that destroyed Frager's hardware store on Capitol Hill. It also showcased an exclusive, I-Team Investigation into the arrest of a DC Fire & EMS firefighter. Anchors: Leon Harris and Alison Starling, Chief Meteorologist Doug Hill, Sports with Tim Brant. Reporters: DC Bureau Chief Sam Ford, Robert Lyles, Tom Roussey, Jay Korff and Jenny Doren. Posted by Executive Producer: Mike Friedrich

9/11/01 ABC New York Local A.M. Broadcast

9/11/01 ABC New York Local A.M. Broadcast

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WLS Channel 7 - The 3:00 Movie - "Air Florida Flight 90 Bulletins" (1982)

WLS Channel 7 - The 3:00 Movie - "Air Florida Flight 90 Bulletins" (1982)

Here's a series of ABC News Special Reports, anchored by Frank Reynolds reporting from Washington, DC (opening and closing voiceover by ??), about the crash of Air Florida Flight 90, a Boeing 737-200, into the Potomac River on the outskirts of DC during a major snowstorm; of the 74 passengers and five crewmembers, only four passengers and one flight attendant survived, and in addition, four motorists on a bridge which the plane hit were killed. These reports interrupted The 3:00 Movie presentation of the 1968 Elvis Presley film "Live a Little, Love a Little" (see the Chicago EpGuides.com page on The 3:00 Movie). The timeline of the special reports is as follows: First Interruption (Approximately 3:22pm): End of WLS-TV Editorial, delivered by Peter Desnoes (with ending voiceover by Al Parker); followed by "Live a Little, Love a Little" slide with Circle 7 logo The first Special Report, with the bumper slide with accompanying ABC News logo and Frank Reynolds delivering the first reports on the crash, which occurred after taking off from Washington National Airport (now Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport) in Arlington, Virginia, bound for Tampa, Florida. The plane struck the 14th Street Bridge (which runs between Virginia and Washington, DC) and ran into four cars and a truck before going into the river. After this Special Report is over, the "Live a Little, Love a Little" slide returns, with voiceover (by Al Parker?) Second Interruption (Approximately 3:44pm): Frank interrupts the outdoor party scene from "Live a Little, Love a Little" with more information that came in since the first Special Report. After recapping the basic information of the crash, he adds that according to the FAA, 80 people were on board, while the DC fire department listed 75 on the plane; the 737 had a capacity for 100. At the time of this report, Frank had no information on how many fatalities there were; he then introduces an audio-only report from Ann Compton on the scene, in which she reports she can see the fusilage of the plane sticking out from the Potomac River, and that a rescue helicopter had plucked several victims from the icy waters, and that other rescuers with yellow life jackets in rubber rafts were out looking for other, if any, survivors. She describes the damage to the 14th Street Bridge and the cars that were sheared by the plane. Sounds of helicopters, ambulances and other rescue vehicles are heard in the background during her phoned-in report which is cut short after communications problems (she came in and out all throughout) become too much. Frank then quotes a report that describes the plane as Air Florida Flight 35 bound for White Plains, New York, before trying to resume communication with Ann; from her vantage point, she sees no evidence of survivors from either the plane or those on the bridge that were struck. Frank then recounts what he cites as updated information (incorrect, as it would turn out) of the flight, as well as the FAA's and DC fire department's conflicting reports on those on board, and that some of the struck cars were pushed into the water, before promising to return for more updates as they become available. "Live a Little, Love a Little" slide (voiceover by Al Parker?) Third Interruption (Approximately 4:03pm): Frank abruptly cuts into the shower scene with videotaped pictures from around the crash site - one body (not clear if a survivor or victim) loaded into an ambulance, with fire crews watching, panning to a shot of a rescue boat traveling through the icy waters; and a helicopter surveying the scene which includes portions of the wreckage strewn around the river alongside broken ice patches. Frank mentions that there are conflicting reports of the Air Florida Boeing 737's final destination (whether it was Flight 35 bound for White Plains or Flight 90 bound for Tampa - it proved to be the latter, though he cites a destination of Fort Lauderdale). Frank concludes this report by saying more information will be available by the time of World News Tonight. This aired on local Chicago TV on Wednesday, January 13th 1982 between 3:22pm and 4:05pm. About The Museum of Classic Chicago Television: The Museum of Classic Chicago Television's primary mission is the preservation and display of off-air, early home videotape recordings (70s and early 80s, primarily) recorded off of any and all Chicago TV channels; footage which would likely be lost if not sought out and preserved digitally. Even though (mostly) short clips are displayed here, we preserve the entire broadcasts in our archives - the complete programs with breaks (or however much is present on the tape), for historical purposes. For information on how to help in our mission, to donate or lend tapes to be converted to DVD, and to view more of the 4,000+ (and counting) video clips available for viewing in our online archive, please visit us at: http://www.fuzzymemories.tv/index.php?contentload=donate

Live Coverage - ABC 7 Washington (08:51am-11:18am) - September 11th 2001

Live Coverage - ABC 7 Washington (08:51am-11:18am) - September 11th 2001

Live coverage from ABC 7 Washington. 2nd plane attack, Pentagon & both collapses. 1st plane attack: 8:46am 2nd plane attack: 9:03am Pentagon: 9:37 Collapse 1: 9:59-10:00am Flight 93: 10:03am Collapse 2: 10:28am

KABC ABC 7 Eyewitness News this Morning update January 20, 2009 6:25am

KABC ABC 7 Eyewitness News this Morning update January 20, 2009 6:25am

With Kathy Vara, and Marc Brown on the National Mall near the Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Taken between the special edition of "Good Morning America" and ABC News special coverage of the first inauguration of President Barack Obama on Tuesday, January 20, 2009 on KABC-TV 7 Los Angeles, California. via YouTube Capture Commercials: - C2 Education centers (for test preparation and tutoring) - Empire Today carpets (60% off event)

9/11 News ABC Sept. 11, 2001 11 06 pm - 11 48 pm ABC 7, Washington, D.C.

9/11 News ABC Sept. 11, 2001 11 06 pm - 11 48 pm   ABC 7, Washington, D.C.

September 11 2001 News from ABC 7, Washington, D.C. Date: 2001-09-12 03:06:46 UTC Air Time: 2001-09-11 23:06:46 EDT Length: 0:41:41

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