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ABC GM Bankruptcy
Title:
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Summary: GM Workers Reax
Story No: X05407
Source: ABC News Videosource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/06/2009 00:00 AM
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Workers Reax

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SOT -Mac Nicholson: "I'm really shocked, and I'm shocked that this plant won't be reopened, it's shocking one way, and another way I'm not, because every time the Union is giving concessions, and the Union is giving many of them - the GM would take the profits from the concessions and build plants in communist countries - Korea, China, Asia, Mexico, leaving the Americans, and the Union just overhauled an empty bank mean, that's .. it's just a damn shame, we've been betrayed here. We've been betrayed politicians that are doing things not in the best interests of the working class here."

SOT MOS woman : "I don't think no one would stop believing in GM, or Motor

City - so, that's our roots. If we stop believing in that - we ain't got no

home. I'm sure everybody's scared, you know, because that's reality - fear.

But I'm sure they'll come back."

SOT MOS man : "Yeah, it is a little difficult when you see your means of

support being taken away, but you know, I guess it's a part of life that we

not only have, but other people have dealt with, and we'll deal with, so.."

CU, the plant building, zoom out to WS. MSs, workers exiting the doors of the plant.

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Subjects: Heavy construction, Building product manufacturing, Production facilities, Construction and engineering, Industrial products and services, Industries, Business, Facilities, Corporate capital, Corporate news
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ABC GM Bankruptcy
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Summary: GM Rally at Capitol
Story No: X05410
Source: ABC News Videosource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/06/2009 00:00 AM
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Rally at Capitol

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MS: woman at the podium, people standing behind the podium.

WS: Jackson andothers marching with signs and a banner.

Tight shot: people marching.

MWS: people standing under umbrellas.

Pan: people chanting.

MS: man speaking at then podium.

MS: Jackson speaking at the podium.

MS: man holding up a sign.

MS:Jackson at the podium.

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Locations: Jackson
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ABC GM Bankruptcy
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Summary: China Geithner
Story No: X05404
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/06/2009 00:00 AM
People: Timothy Geithner
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China Geithner

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1. Various of Buick dealership

2. Various of cars

3. Wide of US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner walking up to podium

4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Timothy Geithner, US Treasury Secretary:++TRANSCRIPTION TO FOLLOW++

5. Pan of Buick car dealership, car leaving

6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Timothy Geithner, US Treasury Secretary:++TRANSCRIPTION TO FOLLOW++

7. Wide of Geithner speaking

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People: Timothy Geithner
Locations: China
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ABC GM Bankruptcy
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Summary: GM Janesville, Gov Doyle Reax
Story No: X05406
Source: ABC News Videosource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/06/2009 00:00 AM
People: Jim Doyle
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Janesville, Gov Doyle Reax

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SOT-Mike Howard: "Ah, it's gonna mean everything, you know, it's gonna mean a lot."

SOT-Gov. Jim Doyle : "This is a plant that has been at the very top production, one of the top producers for GM for along time, an incredibly good work force, a great facility, great infrastructure around it - you know, the roads and rail and everything you need is there."SOT -Rep. Mike Sheridan : "The other thing is, is relationship between the management and the union down here is a very solid relationship."SOT-Mike Howard: "They just need to know as soon as possible if it's gonna come to this town or not, so they can make a decision on whether they need to move on, or stay around here and see if they can have a job or not."

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ABC GM Bankruptcy
Title:
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Summary: GM Employee Reax
Story No: X05409
Source: ABC News Videosource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/06/2009 00:00 AM
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GM Employee Reax

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MS of employees entering UAW hall.SOT- O'Rourke "We will be labeled a stand-by plant. We will still build engines, we will still have our stamping facility going, and our production guys will be on standby hoping praying that the economy picks up."CU of UAW logo on door. MS, man at podium. WS of meeting.SOT- Stannard "(covered w/ WS of meeting) When they made the announcement...(on cam) ...I looked out at everybody's faces. And you could just see the...they were distraught... (covered w/CU of man at meeting) ...worried..."WS of meeting. MS of people at meeting.SOT- Boggs "Should one of those plants be picked to build that next car, then certainly these people are really going to be holding the boat here. A lot of them still have a lot of children that are in school, their houses are here..." SOT- Stannard "My daughter called me this morning, and she says, Dad, what are we gonna do? I said we'll work through it, we're gonna be all right."MS, man at podium. CUs of people at meeting.SOT- Stannard (covered w/CU of people at meeting, MS of people huggingoutside, WS of building exterior) "I'm sure everybody's running through their heads, you know, what am I gonna do now, am I gonna move, how am I gonna take care of my family?"

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ABC GM Bankruptcy
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Summary: GM Wentzville Plant Remains Open
Story No: X05408
Source: ABC News Videosource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/06/2009 00:00 AM
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Wentzville Plant Remains Open

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VO: MS and CU of GM Wentzville Assembly sign.

SOT- Lambi "They called me on my personal phone at nine o'clock this morning ,to confirm that the General Motors Wentzville plant was not on that list of the nine plants to be closed."VO: Panning MS of sign. WS of plant. WS of vans in lot. CU of GM logo on sign.WS, vans in lot. EWS of vans in lot.SILENT: MWS of vans in lot. WS of lot and gate. MS of vans in lot.VO: WS of highway and sign as cars pass.

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ABC GM Bankruptcy
Title:
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Summary: The White House: President Obama on GM Bankruptcy
Story No: X05402
Source: Pool
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/06/2009 00:00 AM
People: Barack Obama
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The White House: President Obama on GM Bankruptcy

President Obama said he will invest another $30 billion in taxpayers'money in General Motors, giving the government a 60 per cent share in theauto manufacturer. In terms of assets at stake, GM is the fourth-largest corporation to file for bankruptcy. The president said he is confident that, just like Chrysler,GM will emerge from bankruptcy a better company. And he warned that that just about everyone will be asked to make more sacrifices.

OBAMA:

Working with my Auto Task Force, G.M. and its stakeholders have produced a

viable, achievable plan that will give this iconic American company a

chance to rise again. It's a plan tailored to the realities of today's auto

market, a plan that positions G.M. to move toward profitability even if it

takes longer than expected for our economy to fully recover. And it's a

plan that builds on G.M.'s recent progress in making better cars.

-----Building a leaner G.M. will come at a cost. It will take a painful toll on

many Americans who have relied on General Motors throughout the generations

So I want to say a word directly to all the men and women watching today,

wondering what all this will mean as far as their own lives are concerned.

I know you've already seen more than your fair share of hard times. We

saw 400,000 jobs lost in the auto industry in the year before this

restructuring even began. I will not pretend the hard times are over.

Difficult days lie ahead. More jobs will be lost. More plants will close.

More dealerships will shut their doors and so will many parts suppliers.

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People: Barack Obama
Locations: United States, Washington, D.C., North America
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ABC GM Bankruptcy
Title:
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Summary: Gov Reax
Story No: X05405
Source: ABC News Videosource
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 01/06/2009 00:00 AM
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Gov Reax

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SOT- Granholm "What I said Rick is that we're starting to hit bottom. We cansee that clearly there will be some impact as a result of the filing forbankruptcy today. Those suppliers and the others who rely on General Motors,there will be a ripple effect. But we know at least that there is an end tothis, and that is what I think many are relieved to hear. That we at leastknow that we can see the end of this dark period that we've been in."

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