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An expert on interplanetary communication receives plans for a mysterious space vessel.
A few years back, venture capitalist John Hammond figured out how to recreate dinosaurs from DNA fragments encased in ember. He started a company called InGen, which placed the genetically engineered dinosaurs in a theme park on an island in Costa Rica. But the Jurassic Park systems broke down shortly before it could open, the dinosaurs got free and had to be destroyed, and the island was closed to the public. In the aftermath, everyone involved moved quickly to quash the story. InGen wanted to limit its liability. The Costa Rican government wanted to preserve its reputation as a tourist paradise. And the individual scientists who had been hired as consultants on the project were bound by the nondisclosure agreement to remain silent. But as Dr. Ian Malcolm is about to find out... something has survived.
Professor Jack Lambert who lives a peaceful, quiet life is stunned when the media proclaims that his kindly old next door neighbor Max Mueller is really SS Colonel Karl Luger, a notorious Nazi war criminal nicknamed the Beast of Berkau. Naturally, Mueller and his dutiful daughter Inga insist it's a
Documentary special which looks at the rise of the television information age, specifically focusing on the way in which news programming and up-to-the-minute information has become accessible to the public at any time of day, along with an examination of the methods used to present that information
A collection of journalists' recollections of their feelings as they look back at the wars, the disasters, the people and the world events by which they will forever be affected. Their stories are illustrated with news footage.
Nationally televised town meeting with the presidential candidates discussing the issues of Campaign 2000. Part 1 features the Democratic candidates; Part 2, the Republicans.
A look at research findings that showed how, over a period of weeks, cancerous tumors in mice disappeared and did not recur. The drugs, anti-angiogenesis agents known as endostatin and angiostatin, appear to work against all types of cancer in mice. Also examines cancer treatments currently in use a
Awards ceremony, created by Turner Broadcasting System, honoring African-American achievers in fields as diverse as law, medicine, politics and entertainment.
Five television network news anchors discuss how the news and journalism is portrayed in the movies.
Special focusing on the campaign finance controversy and its relevance in the overall American political landscape. Examines the current investigations into alleged campaign finance abuses, the escalating cost of campaigns and the debate over reforming the system. Includes an in-depth look at effort
Special recounting great events of the 20th century through the career of television newsman Walter Cronkite. Blends archival footage, photographs and recordings with Cronkite's own anecdotes, home movies and conversations with his family, friends and colleagues.
Live news special examining the political, military and social legacies of the Vietnam War and how, 20 years later, it still has a hold on many people.
Special focusing on solutions for reaching greater racial harmony in the United States.
A panel discusses how a hypothetical case will be covered by the media in the next celebrity trial.
Retrospective of politics in 1994 and a look ahead at politics in 1995.
Roundtable discussion of the most controversial news stories of 1994.
A presentation of "The 24th Annual NAACP Image Awards" honoring those who have made a positive contribution to the image of African-Americans in the motion picture, television, and recording industries.
A special focusing on the depletion of the ozone layer.
A documentary examining the ways in which 1992 political campaigns are making use of the entertainment media.
A special focusing on journalists who risk their lives to report dangerous subject matter.
A documentary exploring the problems that some African-American men have in setting goals for themselves and highlighting the individuals, small groups and community-based organizations working to help these young men change their lives.
Annual presentation of the Alfred I. Dupont-Columbia University Awards in Broadcast Journalism. The awards cover six categories: radio, small market television, medium market television, major market television, network television and independent broadcast news and public affairs. A special prize is
An awards presentation for the best in broadcast journalism for 1986-87, held from the Rotunda of Columbia University's Low Memorial Library in New York City. Award categories include radio, small market television, medium market television, major market television, network television, cable and ind
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