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  • [TVTV Goes to the Super Bowl: selects from Wussler and Super Night at the Super Bowl]

    [TVTV Goes to the Super Bowl: selects from Wussler and Super Night at the Super Bowl]

    Selects for the behind-the-scenes documentary about the events and personalities surrounding Super Bowl X in Miami between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys. Features intimate portraits of the players and the CBS personnel who broadcast the events of Super Bowl week. Produced with multiple lightweight video cameras in TVTV style, it is both informative and revealing of the extremes surrounding football culture and hype. This video contains footage from a production meeting led by CBS TV Executive Bob Wussler and the taping of “Super Night at the Super Bowl,” a CBS television special. Continue reading

  • [TVTV Goes to the Super Bowl raw: Super Night at the Super Bowl]

    [TVTV Goes to the Super Bowl raw: Super Night at the Super Bowl]

    Raw footage of the behind-the-scenes documentary about the events and personalities surrounding Super Bowl X in Miami between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys. Features intimate portraits of the players and the CBS personnel who broadcast the events of Super Bowl week. Produced with multiple lightweight video cameras in TVTV style, it is both informative and revealing of the extremes surrounding football culture and hype. This video contains footage from a party/banquet thrown by CBS and the taping of “Super Night at the Super Bowl,” a CBS television special. Continue reading

  • [TVTV Goes to the Super Bowl raw: Bob Wussler]

    [TVTV Goes to the Super Bowl raw: Bob Wussler]

    Raw footage from the behind-the-scenes documentary about the events and personalities surrounding Super Bowl X in Miami between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys. Features intimate portraits of the players and the CBS personnel who broadcast the events of Super Bowl week. Produced with multiple lightweight video cameras in TVTV style, it is both informative and revealing of the extremes surrounding football culture and hype. This tape features an interview with CBS TV Executive Bob Wussler. Continue reading

  • Finley #1

    Finley #1

    This tape is largely comprised of a Q&A session between famed Oakland A’s owner Charlie Finley and an audience of teenage baseball fans. Seated in his own home living room with the audience around him, Finley answers questions about his own career, gives his input on team ownership, and compares modern day players and their salaries to the days when he was at the forefront of the baseball business. Continue reading

  • Harry + Spike #3

    Harry + Spike #3

    Harry and Spike, the hosts of a late night show on WMVP, interview several people on their show including Steve Maltay and Bob Halbrook, the coach of the UIC Flames Continue reading

  • Finley #2

    Finley #2

    A segment of a casual Q&A session with venerable former baseball owner Charlie Finley and a group of teenage baseball fans. Answering questions in the living room of his house, Finley tells about the various Commissioners of Major League Baseball that he saw put into power in his time as owner, the changes he would make to the game if he were commissioner, and the fleeting feeling of joy that comes with owning a winning baseball team. Continue reading

  • Jiggles + North #1

    Jiggles + North #1

    0:03 Open on black and white photos in 820 SportsRadio, The Score. The videographer wanders around the studio catching bits of other people’s conversations. Soon we can see a man in the middle of a live broadcast but we have no audio at this point. 6:25 Audio returns but very little of interest is happening on screen. 8:12 We then hear the show that is being aired for the first time. The men on the show talk about sports in … Continue reading

  • [Once A Star raw: Charlie Finley #2a]

    [Once A Star raw: Charlie Finley #2a]

    This tape is comprised a Q&A session segment with famed Oakland A’s owner Charlie Finley, as well as some b-roll from around his barn-turned-house. Seated in his living room, Finley addresses controversial topics like the Designated Hitter Rule, the use of drugs in baseball, and the changes he believes will take place in the upcoming years. With b-roll from inside Finley’s house, he explains the rare and antique items that adorn it and shows off some of the house’s more unique features. Continue reading