MSNBC Lester Holt Live 17:30 hour anchored by Milissa Rehberger and Lisa Daniels.
NBC ID: ARG0RN0501 | Production Unit: MSNBC Live (Dayside) | Media Type: Aired Show | Media ID: MNBC-DAY-20041222-0008 | Air Date(s): 12/22/2004 | Event Date(s): 12/22/2004
Event Date(s): 12/22/2004 | Description: 17:30:00 MSNBC Lester Holt Live anchored by Milissa Rehberger and Lisa Daniels. 17:31:54 Graphic plug for msnbc.com. 17:32:13 Rehberger voices over a medium shot of Joint Chief of Staffs Chairman General Richard Myers and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld both standing at a podium inside the Pentagon. Rehberger reports that Myers briefed reports on a suicide bombing attack in Mosul, Iraq. Graphic with inset still of United States (US) soldiers in Mosul tending to an injured soldier inside the mess hall where the bombing occurred. Wide shots of US forces parked on bridges in Mosul for security purposes after the bombing attack on US forces in that city. 17:32:59 Daniels is joined live by retired United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Rick Francona from Medford, Oregon. Francona discusses the suicide bombing that occurred yesterday in Mosul, Iraq. 17:37:05 NBC's Donna Gregory reports"The Homefront: Far From Home" from Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Gregory reports on a program for military service members overseas and their families to exchange gifts. Interior medium shot unidentified military wife commenting on things her husband will miss while overseas, pan to show 15-year-old Jordan Cherry (ph) crying. Medium shot of photograph in an album. Medium shot of Cherry crying. Medium shot of hands opening a"memory book" for her father. Tight shot of pages of memory book. Medium shot of Cherry and her mother standing. Tight shot of page in memory book. Medium shot Gregory reports on camera from Fort Bragg. Medium shot of woman Kelly Ann Mauro (ph) saying,"You need anything else?" Medium shot of Mauro packing boxes. Tight shot of scissors cutting wrapping paper. Medium shot unidentified woman. Tight shot of hands wrapping a gift. Close up of a paper heart. Medium shot of woman holding clothes. Low medium shot of a woman placing items in a bag. Tight shot of hands placing a wrapped package into a bag. Medium shot of women handling clothes and putting them in boxes. Interior medium shot unidentified woman says,"There are tears in that soldier's eyes." Medium shot of unidentified women hugging. Tight shot of hands handling bags. Medium shot unidentified woman in fatigues comments she says,"It's just wonderful." Low wide shot of paratroopers descending to ground from an airplane. Low extreme wide shot of paratroopers descending to ground. Low wide shot of paratrooper descending to ground. Tight shot of a young child looking at paratroopers. Wide shot of paratroopers landing on the ground. Medium shot unidentified paratrooper comments on his donations. Brief cuts of soldiers. Medium shot of soldier spanking soldiers. Medium shot of soldiers bent over being spanked. Medium shot of program starter Kim Olers (ph). Medium shot of Olers and others sitting. Medium shot of children. Medium shot in interview, Olers comments on the program. Low extreme wide shot of paratroopers descending to ground. Low medium shot of soldiers walking (silhouetted). Tight shot of a baby girl sitting on a woman's knee. Medium shot of a baby girl being held. Medium shot of a toddler girl walking. Gregory signs off in voice over from Fort Bragg. 17:39:40 Rehberger is joined live by MSNBC Meteorologist Sean McLaughlin from inside the Weather Center. McLaughlin reports on the nation's weather. Graphic maps of the United States depicting weather conditions across the country. Shot of people walking outside in the snow (faces unseen). Shots of cars riding through snowy streets. 17:42:06 Rehberger voices over a graphic chart with supers: MSNBC Market Report. 17:46:11 WHDH Boston, Massachusetts news correspondent Ryan Owens reports on the hometown reaction from citizens of Maine regarding the suicide bombing attack inside a mess hall in Mosul, Iraq that left many soldiers from the Virginia area injured or dead. Inset still of shirtless Maine National Guard soldier Lyn Poulin (ph). Still of Poulin dressed in military fatigues. Clip of unidentified woman commenting on Poulin's death. Wide shot of a roadway in Maine. Medium shot of a sign: Freedom. Medium shot of cars riding on the roadway. Graphic with inset still of Lyn Poulin and his wife. Clip of unidentified woman commenting on the loss of Poulin and how his wife is coping with it. Still of Lyn Poulin. Clip unidentified woman comments on Lyn Poulin. Medium shot of soldier approaching the Poulin trailer. Wide shot of a car riding down a long roadway. Medium shot of a yellow ribbon on a mailbox. Graphic with inset still of US soldiers tending to an injured soldier. Graphic with inset still of an injured soldier lying on a gurney. Owens reports from outside in Agusta, Maine. 17:48:02 Rehberger voices over a shot of the domestic diva Martha Stewart website. Stewart put out a holiday message. 17:48:35 NBC's Asa Aarons reports on high tech gadgets. Close up shot of Spiderman Close up shot of Xazik, satellite radio, and digital camera. Shot of the Nintendo DS. Clip of"PC Magazine" magazine's Lance Ulanoff to discuss the latest high-tech gifts. Ulanoff demonstrates how to use gadgets. 17:50:33 Clip of US soldier stationed in Baghdad, Iraq wishing his family in Northfield, Vermont a Merry Christmas. 17:53:55 Rehberger is joined live by author of the book"The Itty Bitty Guide to Tipping" Stacie Krajchir from Los Angeles, California. She discusses holiday tipping. Graphic with supers: Tipping Scale. Panning shot of the inside of the inside of a restaurant. Various shots of plates of food. 17:56:51 Rehberger and Daniels voice over shots of inspectors from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) inspecting Santa Claus's sleigh. They report that Santa's sleigh got clearance and it is safe to fly. Medium side shot of an unidentified man signing off on Santa's slight. 17:57:20 MSNBC Business Traveler's Forecast. Graphic plug for www.weather.msnbc.com.