KUTV Newswatch 2 at 6 and 10: Wednesday, January 11th, 1978, 6 and 10 P.M. news

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Title KUTV Newswatch 2 at 6 and 10: Wednesday, January 11th, 1978, 6 and 10 P.M. news
Alternative Title Wednesday, January 11th, 1978, 6 and 10 P.M. news
Creator KUTV (Television station : Salt Lake City Utah)
Contributor Wood, Terry, 1947- ; Smede, Dan; Gilmour, Sandy; Zak, Christine; Fernandez, Alexis; Eubank, Mark E.; Howard, Bill, 1921-1994; Allgire, Dick; Greenlaw, Patrick; Tyre, Adele; Stein, Reece; Wirth, Craig
Date 1978-01-11
Spatial Coverage Utah, United States; Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
Subject Television news programs--Utah--Salt Lake City; Television broadcasting--Utah--Salt Lake City; KUTV (Television station : Salt Lake City Utah)
Description Digitized version of an aircheck for the color broadcast of the evening news from January 11th, 1978, originally recorded on U-matic videocassette. Includes commercials. Broadcast headlines 6 PM: Moose transplant efforts in the Uinta Mountains suspended after state employees accidentally kill a moose; Coal miner union officials and Carbon County legislators ask state officials for assistance during strike period; Bill introduced to Utah State Legislature calls for the sale of St. Benedict's Hospital in Ogden, UT; Utah Supreme Court rules that Judge J. Allan Crockett may remain on the bench for the remainder of his term; Federally-funded study looks at the link between diet and colon cancer at the University of Utah and Utah State University; Handwriting expert says that Howard Hughes' Mormon will is real; Man who sold property to Salt Lake County for a library wants his land back; Weather report; Local and national sports; Troubleshooter: service contracts investigated by the Federal Trade Commission Broadcast headlines 10 PM: Unemployment rate for December is the lowest in three years; Coal miner union officials and Carbon County legislators ask state officials for assistance during strike period; Moose transplant efforts in Uinta Mountains suspended after state employees accidentally kill a moose; Bureau of Land Management rounds up wild horses west of the Oquirrh Mountains; Health, Education and Welfare Secretary Joseph Califano debuts a campaign to discourage smoking; World and national news headlines; Suicide special report: warning signs of suicidal behavior; Salt Lake City Mayor Ted Wilson announces a new committee to help victims of redlining; Weather report; Utah health officials say thousands of children's immunizations are not up to date; Local and national sports; Outdoors: dressing for cisco fishing at Bear Lake; Wirth Watching: overworked phrases of Utah State Legislature correspondents
Collection Number and Name A0303, KUTV News collection
Type Image/MovingImage
Genre U-Matic
Format video/mp4
Extent 1:02:27
Language eng
Rights https://rightsstatements.org/page/InC/1.0/
Metadata Cataloger Daniel Lee
ARK ark:/87278/s6pp3rnc
Relation For a finding aid for the collection, including contents of each program, see: http://archiveswest.orbiscascade.org/ark:/80444/xv245086
Setname uum_knc
Date Created 2019-08-20
Date Modified 2019-08-20
ID 1441086
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6pp3rnc
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