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Olympics 2012 Bids Clipreel: Part 7
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Summary: France Unveils Its Bid For The 2012 Olympics Games
Story No: X07285
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Date: 01/16/2004 12:00 AM
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France Olympics

France unveils its bid for the 2012 Olympics Games

16/01/2004

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Paris - 16 Jan 2004

1. Medium shot of people walking under the Eiffel Tower and pan to the tower

2. Wide shot of Montmartre and pan to press conference

3. Medium shot of Paris 2012 screen and pan to conference

4. Medium pan of presenters

5. SOUNDBITE (French) Bertrand Delanoe, Mayor of Paris:

"The Olympic village within Paris, dedicated first of all to the living standards of the athletes during this time, is planned as an urban heritage for the city of Paris and the Paris region."

6. Medium shot of press conference.

7. Various cutaways.

8. Set up shot of Philippe Baudillon, Managing Director of the Paris 2012 bid.

9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Philippe Baudillon, Managing Director of the Paris 2012 bid:

"The major selling points is that we have 2 clusters (of sporting venues) at the gates of Paris, with a third of the venues between the two clusters. At 10 minutes, less than 10 minutes is the village in Paris and the ring road, which is a fantastic highway between all these venues, to allow all the athletes to go from the village to the venues where they have to compete."

10. Cutaway.

11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Philippe Baudillon, Managing Director of the Paris 2012 bid:

"We are very happy to welcome the bid because it's a fantastic job, it's a fantastic adventure and what will happen we don't know, but anyway until July 2005 we will have a very very strong experience."

12. Wide shot of Paris 2012 sign and zoom in to blur.

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Olympics 2012 Bids Clipreel: Part 12
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Summary: IOC Team Assesses New York As Candidate For 2012 Games
Story No: X07290
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Date: 02/22/2005 12:00 AM
People: Michael Bloomberg
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US IOC Visit

IOC team assesses New York as candidate for 2012 games

22/02/2005

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New York City, 21 Feb 2005

1. Wide shot of Plaza Hotel

2. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, deputy mayor Dan Doctoroff and US Olympic Committee chairman Peter Ueberroth walk into meeting with IOC evaluation committee

3. Bloomberg and Doctoroff shake hands with IOC committee members

4. Wide of press conference

5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jay Kriegel, NYC2012 executive director:

"New York is a place where the entire world would feel welcome and where the values of the Olympic movement - of openness and of respect - would have the greatest stage because this city reflects those values every single day, and so the message of the movement would work so perfectly in New York and where every athlete would have a fantastic experience."

6. Oksana Baiul skating in Rockefeller Centre

7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Bloomberg, New York City Mayor:

"Do we want the Olympics here? Do we want them here in 2012? Let the games begin!"

8. Pan former Olympic athletes supporting the NYC2012 bid

9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nadia Comaneci, Olympic gold medallist:

"For me, New York - also for a lot of people - is an international city and the Olympic games brings people together. In ''76 I did compete in Madison Square Garden, my first huge competition, and I met my husband - then he was not my husband, but now he is, Bart Conners, so it''s also a sentimental thing for me. I think New York is the best place to have the Olympics because it''s an international city and I''m very proud that I''m together with all the other Olympians that support the bid for 2012."

10. US Olympic swimmer Lenny Krayzelburg at luncheon

11. Baiul at luncheon

12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Bloomberg, New York City Mayor:

"This is the world''s greatest city. We are trying to tell everybody that it''s the world''s second home and I think that is a fair way to describe it. This is the place that the Olympic dream really can come true, not just for the athletes, not just for the individual sports that they represent, not just for every country or virtually every country that they come from, but for everybody who can look at an event and say it''s a step on the road towards helping everybody understand that we live together and we have to work and live together peacefully if we''re going to have a future."

13. Singer singing "New York, New York" at Rockefeller Centre rally

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Locations: New York
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Olympics 2012 Bids Clipreel: Part 18
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Summary: New York Bid Team Reacts To IOC Evaluation Report
Story No: X07296
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Date: 06/06/2005 12:00 AM
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US Olympics

New York bid team reacts to IOC evaluation report

06/06/2005

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New York, 6 June 2005

1.Wideshot Daniel Doctoroff walking to podium

SOUNDBITE: (English) Daniel Doctoroff, NYC2012 Founder

"Thank you very much Mike. As Mike said, today really does represent another milestone for us in this 11 year quest to host the Olympic games with the report of the Evaluation, with the release of the Evaluation Commission's Report. And to be honest with you, we could not be more pleased with the report. In clearly every single category, the Evaluation Commission praised New york City, and so I really am absolutely thrilled, and I think it's a real compliment to the incredible NYC2012 team."

2. NYC 2012 graphic showing the proposed Olympic Village site

3. NYC2012 showing the proposed venues in Queens.

4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Daniel Doctoroff, NYC2012 Founder

" The most important thing we have to do is get a positive vote this afternoon. That really is our only negative in here, and if we clear that hurdle, then it's a focus on the 115 members of the International Olympic Committee in continuing to sell our message to those 115 people, and we are doing that in lots of different ways".

5. Wideshot Doctoroff at podium

6. NYC2012 graphic showing proposed West Side Stadium

7. Pan railyard site for the proposed West Side Stadium

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Olympics 2012 Bids Clipreel: Part 3
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Summary: Moscow Launches Bid To Host 2012 Oympics
Story No: X07281
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Date: 05/23/2003 12:00 AM
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Russia Olympics

Moscow launches bid to host 2012 Oympics

23/05/2003

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Moscow, 23 May 2003

1. Wide shot exterior of the Kremlin

2. Close up shot a red star on top of one of Kremlin towers

3. Wide shot exterior of the Luzhniki stadium

4. Close up shot of the Russian and Moscow flags

5. Wide shot entrance to the Russian Olympic Committee

6. Wide shot Russian sports officials gather for a meeting to propose Moscow's bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics

7. Wide shot of sports officials

8. Wide shot of delegates voting unanimously to propose Moscow as Russia's candidate for the 2012 Olympics

9. Wide shot of the start of the press conference by Moscow and sports officials

10. Cutaway of cameras

11. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Yuri Luzhkov, Mayor of Moscow

"There will be no weak competitors. We will take part in the top league competition and will try to gain victory."

12. Wide shot of the press conference

13. Wide shot a street in Moscow

14. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Vladimir (no surname provided), Muscovite

"There will be plenty of tourists, more money will be allocated, which will help get the city into a better shape."

15. Wide shot streets of Moscow

16. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Tatyana (no surname provided), Muscovite

"It was empty and sad (in 1980). There was nothing good except for the Finnish sausage, we lived in isolation from the rest of the world and it was clear that the international community was unhappy with us."

17. Wide shot of people looking at Moscow panorama

18. Wide shot of the Luzhniki stadium

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Olympics 2012 Bids Clipreel: Part 24
Title:
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Summary: Four Cities Lose Out, Adds Reaction From Paris/NY Delegations In Singapore
Story No: X07302
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Date: 07/06/2005 12:00 AM
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IOC Losing Bids 4

WRAP Four cities lose out, adds reaction from Paris/NY delegations in Singapore

06/07/2005

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6 July 2005 - Madrid

1. Various crowd watching bid announcement on huge television screen with UPSOUND (English) "Madrid will not participate in the next round."

2. Crowd sighs in disappointment

3. Couple hug each other

4. Disappointed man

5. Girl holding Spanish flag

6 July 2005 - New York City

6. Various crowd watching bid announcement on huge television screen with UPSOUND (English) "The city of New York will not participate in the next round."

7. Disappointed crowd pan across to journalists with UPSOUND (English) "Ladies and gentleman New York City has been eliminated from the competition."

8. Various of disappointed man holding his head

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox Pop of Man

"No other city demonstrates that eight million people, such a diverse culture can live in such a small environment. And I'm really disappointed but it happens."

6 July 2005 - New York City

10. US Olympic delegates at Press Conference

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel Doctoroff, New York City bid leader:

"Obviously you never say never, but I really do think that we had a unique combination of forces that were at work right now. You know its been 111 years, New York has never bid internationally for the Games. Obviously not easy to put it together, I think this was our moment."

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Hilary Clinton, US Senator:

"It didn't work out this time but the fundamentals of why New York is the global city, the Olympic village in spirit everyday remains the same."

13. Close up man

6 July 2005 - Moscow

14. Stage with sign reading: "Moscow 2012"

15. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vox Pop Woman

''It does not matter so much. We'll all just watch it on television instead. We are not so disappointed. ''

16. Wideshot crowds

17. Crowds and stage at Red Square and Kremlin

6 July 2005 - Paris

18. Paris city hall as people listen to announcement

19. Crowd sighs when London win is announced

20. SOUNDBITE (French) Vox Pop Man:

"There is a feeling of sadness - it's little bit like a big moment has failed. We have been waiting for games for 21 years. If not now then maybe 2042. After Britain unites with the United States."

21. Disappointed man holding French flag

22. People sitting under Paris 2012 sign

23. SOUNDBITE (french) Jean Francois LaMour, Sports Minister:

"It's as if we were not speaking the same language with the IOC members. I mean, as if we didn't talk "Olympism." Why don't they get our concept? There were a lot of misunderstandings. We really put a lot of effort in it, with all our heart, but we still don't understand each other. It's the third time its happened and this is getting too much. The Games won't come back to Europe in 2016 so we have time to think about it. I think we have to work better at the international federations level, with the Olympic Committee, work in depth with a permanent dialogue, this is definitely what we are missing."

24. Cutaway of French Olympic delegates

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Olympics 2012 Bids Clipreel: Part 17
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Summary: Activities To Promote Paris 2012 Olympic Bid
Story No: X07295
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Date: 06/05/2005 12:00 AM
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France Olympics

WRAP Activities to promote Paris 2012 Olympic bid

05/06/2005

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Paris, 5 June 2005

1. Wide of Champs Elysee Olympic parade

2. Participants running and waving

3. Medium shot of parade

4. Crowds watching

5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bertrand Delanoe, Mayor of Paris:

"Because Paris is the city of the world. Paris is a bid with all our intelligence we try to be very strong and we are with the friendship for all the towns which like us in this competition and we invite the world to come to our town. Their town - Paris."

6. Children fencing

7. Crowds watching

8. SOUNDBITE: (French) Bertrand Delanoe, Mayor of Paris:

"The message today is all the French children, regardless of their religion or ethnicity, are here together for the love of the games and to invite the entire world; the second message is that France is beautiful and grand when she loves others when she has feelings for others."

9. Pan from crowd to gymnast

10. Crowd

11. Rhythmic gymnastic display

12. Boxing display

13. Tracking shot of crowds and people chanting the games for Paris

14. SOUNDBITE: (German) Rainhardt Buemberger, Salzburg - Austria Olympic bid delegation for winter olympics 2014:

"We are an Olympic delegation from the Salzburg. We want to have the 2014 Olympic game (Winter Olympics). That is why we are in Paris and we are keeping our fingers crossed for Paris and France. And we are simply enthusiastic that there is such a great atmosphere, and we wish it for you and this would be the place for the 2012 Olympic summer games."

15. SOUNDBITE: (French) Voxpop, Bruno Molier

"Everybody wants the games in Paris. It's the best place, the most beautiful place and everybody wants to come to Paris in 2012. No problem."

16. French Olympic judo medallist David Douillet shaking hands with crowds

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Olympics 2012 Bids Clipreel: Part 8
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Summary: Russia Unveils Its Bid For The 2012 Olympics Games
Story No: X07286
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Date: 01/16/2004 12:00 AM
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Russia Olympics

Russia unveils its bid for the 2012 Olympics Games

16/01/2004

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Moscow - 16 Jan 2004

1. Interior of Luzhniki press centre, start of news conference

2. Press and Olympic officials

3. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Valery Shantsev, Deputy Moscow mayor and Head of the Moscow bidding committee:

"Nineteen-twelve (the year 1912) was the first time that a Russian team - consisting of 178 athletes - participated in the Olympic Games, held at the time in Stockholm. Twenty-twelve (2012) will be the 100th anniversary of our Olympic history."

4. Press

5. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Valery Shantsev, Deputy Moscow mayor and Head of the Moscow bidding committee:

"In Moscow, we have everything we need to guarantee that our bid wins, the most important and convincing factor of the project being that the Moscow Olympic Games will be held in one city."

6. Interior of conference room

7. Close shot, olympic program and Moscow slogan

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Vitaly Smirnov, Vice President of the International Olympic Committee:

"So many cities in the world which can stage the Olympic Games, but the problem for the organising and bidding committees is how they could convince those members that exactly this city could stage the Olympic Games. So we have many examples when the team which was bidding for the games were excellent and they got the rights. I would mention first of all people from Atlanta, that was a great team, presided by the chairman and the mayor of the city. So first of all it depends of the committee that is presided by (Moscow) Mayor (Yuri) Luzhkov."

9. Interior Luzhniki sports stadium

10. Pull out from exterior of Luzhniki sports stadium

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Olympics 2012 Bids Clipreel: Part 23
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Summary: Hilary Clinton, And Muhammad Ali Support NYC Bid; Moscow Team On Its Bid
Story No: X07301
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Date: 07/05/2005 12:00 AM
People: Michael Bloomberg, Charles Rangel, Hillary Clinton
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Singapore IOC 2

WRAP Hilary Clinton, and Muhammad Ali support NYC bid; Moscow team on its bid

05/07/2005

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Singapore, 5 July 2005

1. New York Senator Hillary Clinton walks onto stage with Michael Bloomberg and other NYC2012 bid supporters and officials

2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City:

"There is a momentum that you can feel. There is a genuine love for New York City and for America. I think everybody understands that we have an Olympic Village all year long here in this city. I think that everybody understands that every athlete would love to compete in the Big Apple. It's the ultimate stage and if you're really proud of what you do whether you're an athlete or an actor, whether you're in government or in business, it is the centre for an awful lot of people."

3. Clinton on stage

4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hillary Clinton, New York Senator:

"New York is a city that has always been about the future and it's always been about bringing people together. You have eight-million people from literally every corner of the globe working together, living together, striving together, attending sporting events together, cheering and booing together. You've got a group of people in New York City that I think is unique in the world and the bid that we're presenting is I think about how New York represents the Olympic spirit."

5. Michael Bloomberg and New York Congressman Charles Rangel on stage

6. SOUNBDITE: (English) Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City:

"People talk about true Olympic champions, there is one name that always comes to mind - Muhammad Ali the greatest - and New York's Olympic bid is just so thrilled to have the support of Muhammad Ali."

7. Close up of Ali, pan out to Ali and Bloomberg shaking hands

8. Various of Ali and Bloomberg

9. NYC2012 bid supporters and officials

10. Various of Ali and Bloomberg

11. Exterior Russia House

12. Yuri Luzhkov with journalists

13. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Yuri Luzhkov, Mayor of Moscow:

"Well, I don't want to make any forecasts at the moment, but one thing is evident, there are no clear favourites or outsiders at the moment. The competition is going to be very tough. Any of the candidates could win and (IOC) President Rogge was quite right when he said that it could be a one vote win."

14. Luzhkov sitting

15. Luzhkov and staff walking near Russia House

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Olympics 2012 Bids Clipreel: Part 20
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Summary: England Football Captain Adds Support To London 2012 Bid
Story No: X07298
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Date: 07/05/2005 12:00 AM
People: David Beckham
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Singapore Beckham

England football captain adds support to London 2012 bid

05/07/2005

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Singapore, 5 July 2005

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1. David Beckham walking on to basketball court

2. Beckham meeting schoolgirl basket ball team

3. SOUNDBITE (English) David Beckham, England football captain

"I am obviously England Captain and play for my country and play with a lot of passion. I am in a team with a lot of passion and hopefully that is what I can bring to this bid."

4. Various of Beckham on basket ball court

5. SOUNDBITE (English) David Beckham, England football captain

"I hope so, that's obviously one of the reasons why I am here, to get the final votes to get the Olympics and if that's what I can do then that's great."

6. Set up shot England manager Sven Goran Eriksson

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Sven Goran Eriksson, England football manager:

"To have Beckham here I think is important, he is one of the biggest sporting profiles in the world today, and it's not only football represented today, it's also other sports, which of course is very important."

8. Beckham being interviewed

9. SOUNDBITE (English) David Beckham, England football captain

"To be honest I am not here as a celebrity I am here as a sportsman and as I aid it's the passion thing for me and again, as I said I am here as a sportsman and not a celebrity."

10. Beckham playing basketball

11. SOUNDBITE (English) David Beckham, England football captain

"To reform some of the parts of the East End (of London) would be massive for people in the East End of London, for people in London, because it's a very passionate place, London. It's a place where many people visit from all around the world and to have the Olympics in the East End of London would be incredible."

12. Beckham playing basketball

13. SOUNDBITE (English) David Beckham, England football captain

"Not too much because at the end of the day he is the captain of the team and I still want to play in the team but I'll gently remind him hopefully."

14. Beckham playing basketball

15. SOUNDBITE (English) David Beckham, England football captain

"We've always spent our anniversary in England or Madrid and it's nice to do it in Singapore, it's been very special actually."

16. Wide of Beckham talking to press

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Olympics 2012 Bids Clipreel: Part 4
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Summary: New York Launches Olympic Bid
Story No: X07282
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Date: 01/16/2004 12:00 AM
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US Olympics

New York launches Olympic bid

16/01/2004

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New York City, 16 Jan 2004

1. Wide shot press briefing room

2. Medium shot press briefing

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel Doctoroff, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development:

"If you really step back and study what draws people to the olympic games. It is the very same things that New York lives every day. In fact in many ways New York is an olympic village every day. It's a city like the olympics, built on dreams. It's a city like the olympics, built on the notion of fair competition. It is a city that is built on the idea of forming a single community of humanity, just like the olympic games."

4. Medium shot press briefing

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel Doctoroff, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development:

"They're not voting on America, they're voting on New York City. And one of the things that has struck me, in my travels round the world over these past six-or-so months, is how much people feel positively towards New York. And in many ways people see New York as a sort of bridge to the rest of the United States. We like to call New York the world's second home. And people really do remark, almost consistently on the energy and vitality, but also the openness of New York City. So I'm really going to be talking a lot about New York."

6. Wide shot press briefing

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