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  • Image Union, episode 0230: Four More Years

    Image Union, episode 0230: Four More Years

    Image Union episode featuring an excerpt from “Four More Years” by TVTV, a documentary taped at the 1972 Republican National Convention in Miami Beach, FL. The tape focuses on several aspects of the convention, including the support Nixon received from young Republicans, the media coverage of the event, and the protests inside and outside of the convention. The end result of the spectacle was the nomination of Richard Nixon for President and Spiro Agnew for Vice President. Continue reading

  • World’s Largest TV Studio

    World’s Largest TV Studio

    An irreverent documentary produced by video pioneers covering the 1972 Democratic National Convention in Miami Beach, Florida. This was the first major news event to be covered by portable video cameras. The tape is experimental, informative, and humorous. This video is for personal/educational use only. For more information, check out TVTVNow: //www.tvtvnow.com/. Continue reading

  • [TVTV Super Bowl CBS edit]

    [TVTV Super Bowl CBS edit]

    Footage from TVTV Goes to the Super Bowl not used in the final version, mostly featuring Bill and Brian Doyle Murray improvising humorous situations. Throughout, footage of TV shows keeps popping in to the image, but the audio stays at the stadium. Continue reading

  • [Billy and Brian Murray at the Super Bowl]

    [Billy and Brian Murray at the Super Bowl]

    Raw and unused footage from “TVTV Goes To The Super Bowl.” This tape features footage of Bill Murray and his brother Brian at the 1976 Super Bowl. Bill pretends to be an odd Dallas Cowboys’ super fan who wondered onto the field before the game. This tape also includes footage of interviews for the show “Chicago Slices.” Continue reading

  • Lord Of The Universe

    Lord Of The Universe

    This video is for personal/educational use only. More info at TVTVNow: //www.tvtvnow.com/

    Produced by video pioneers TVTV, this video won the prestigious Columbia-duPont award for documentaries. It explores the mystery of Guru Maharaj Ji, the sixteen-year-old leader of a cult-like new age group, the Divine Light Mission (DLM), known to his followers as “The Lord of the Universe.” The video investigates the Guru’s opulent living conditions and the secrecy surrounding his teachings, as well as portraying the dissolution of the 1960s counterculture towards the close of the Vietnam War. It chronicles a gathering of his followers at Houston’s Astrodome in 1974 as they wait for its promised levitation, and features interviews with devotee Rennie Davis and skeptic Abbie Hoffman. Continue reading

  • Adland

    Adland

    This video is for personal/educational use only. More info at TVTVNow: https://www.tvtvnow.com/.

    This program is best described in TVTV ‘s own words. Here is the onscreen text they provide as an opening to the tape: Continue reading

  • Four More Years

    Four More Years

    This video is for personal/educational use only. See more at TVTVNow: //www.tvtvnow.com/

    A documentary taped in 1972 at the 30th Republican National Convention in Miami Beach, Florida. It was the first independent videotape ever broadcast on national TV. The tape focuses on several aspects of the convention including the support Nixon received from young Republicans, the media coverage of the event, and the protests inside and outside of the convention. The end result of the spectacle was the nomination of Richard Nixon for President and Spiro Agnew for Vice President. Continue reading

 
 
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