MSNBC Dayside anchored by Alex Witt and John Elliott 09:00 hour
NBC ID: ARTBMOL0VL | Production Unit: MSNBC Live (Dayside) | Media Type: Aired Show | Media ID: MNBC-DAY-20020829-0003 | Air Date(s): 08/29/2002 | Event Date(s): 08/29/2002
Event Date(s): 08/29/2002 | Description: 09:00:00 MSNBC Live anchored by Alex Witt and John Elliott. 09:00:00 Graphic plug firstname.lastname@example.org. 09:02:30 Witt reports that an America West jetliners' nose gear collapses during a landing at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, Arizona. Wide nighttime shot of America West jetliner. Unidentified man comments. Unidentified man comments. Wide shot of spotlights shining on an America West jetliner. 09:03:02 Witt reports that the Transport Security Administration dropping questions quizzing passengers about who packed the contents of their luggage. Interior shot of people standing on line at an airport. Profile of airline workers helping customers inside an airport. Shot of luggage. People standing and waiting inside an airport. 09:03:25 Witt reports that the Federal Aviation Administration banning commercial airline flights on 2002-09-11. Low shot of an airliner during flight. Air traffic controllers inside a radio tower. 09:04:00 Elliott previews some other stories making the headlines. 09:04:15 Graphic plug email@example.com. 09:04:55 Elliott is joined live by "MSNBC The Abrams Report" host Dan Abrams from Norwalk, Connecticut. Abrams reports on the sentencing phase of convicted murderer Michael Skakel. He reports Skakel could receive a minimum sentence of ten years in prison or the maximum which is twenty-five years to life for murdering neighbor Martha Moxley. Courtroom artist sketches of Skakel during his sentencing hearing. 09:10:31 Elliott reports on the efficiency of the Amber Alert system and how it helps authorities solve high profile child abductions. Various video of electronic road signs displaying Amber Alert information. Inset stills of rescued California teens Tamara Brooks and Jacqueline Marris. 09:12:17 Preview video. 09:15:35 Elliott reports the latest headlines during "MSNBC Right Now" segment. Black and white inset still of alleged al-Qaeda accomplice James Ujaama. Panning exterior shot of a home operating as an al-Qaeda cell in Detroit, Michigan. Pan across a home exterior. Zoom in on a mailbox. 09:16:44 Witt is joined live by terrorist expert Steven Emerson and "Bin Laden" author Yossef Bodansky from Washington, DC. They discuss whether that recent arrests of al-Qaeda terrorists in Europe indicate that the United States is winning the war on terrorism. Various al-Qaeda terrorist training videos. File footage of a rocket being launching from Tora Bora, Afghanistan. 09:21:29 Preview video. 09:21:40 Inset still of missing nine year old child Nicholas Farber. 09:25:27 Elliott voices over video of murder suspect Ward Weaver walking outdoors while wearing handcuffs. 09:25:44 Witt reports on the aftermath associated with a King County Metro bus in Seattle, Washington state. Aerial shot of a crashed metro bus. Aerial zoom out on police cars parked near a Metro Bus. Overhead of investigators examining a wreckage. 09:26:00 Witt reports that hostage taker Paitoon Puthiporn held nineteen year old student Patcharaphant Jiravanich at knifepoint while he was high on methamphetamines in Bangkok, Thailand. Video of Puthiporn holds Jiravanich at knifepoint as others look on. 09:26:30 Elliott reports domestic maven Martha Stewart not deterred by ImClone insider trading scandal, pending lawsuits, and congressional hearings because she continues to profit from her "Martha Stewart Living" empire. Video of Stewart standing with others on the New York Stock Exchange in New York City, New York. Inset still of "Martha Stewart Living" magazine.