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KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for December 29, 1979 to January 16, 1980 (Rolls A-J). Accompanying film log lists subjects of rolls as Apartment 904 (A), Livermore Lab (B), Tahoe Flooding (C), CHP Chase (D), Segregated Schools (E), SER Program (F), Salinas Murder (G), Marijuana (H), Oak Grove Fire (I), and Jacklin (J). Almost entirely outtakes including fire, Livermore Lab electronic equipment, road flooding, surging Truckee River, CHP patrol car in accident, kids in classroom, crime scene, marijuana plant, Oak Grove High School fire. Sound footage of a man being followed by news cameras who refuses to comment on why hearings have been made secret - “what happened to open media concept?” - he's referred to as Mr. Jacklin [possibly Phillip Jacklin of San Jose State].
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