The co-founder of the Gamma press agency, Raymond Depardon, created this documentary of press photographers in Paris and their subjects by following the photographers around for one month, in October, 1980. In-between long hours waiting for a celebrity to emerge from a restaurant or a hotel, boredom immediately switches to fast action as the cameras click and roll when the person appears. The reaction to the gaggle of photographers is as varied as the people they often literally chase all around town. While some of the celebrities, such as Jacques Chirac who was mayor of Paris at the time, are perceived as comical caricatures, others are shown simply going about ordinary pursuits - including Catherine Deneuve, Gene Kelly, and Jean-Luc Godard.
Two provincial newspaper reporters - one a young idealist starting out on his career, the other an embittered man who previously wrote for a failed national daily - swap views.
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The City of Stars is structured as a "coming attractions" promo within the fictional framework of an Eastern editor (vaudeville actor Broderick O'Farrell) arriving in Los Angeles to meet with Universal's advertising manager. The sceneic resources of the studio are showcased throughout, with a "See America First" wagon visible in one scene, and a scattering of panoramic shots of Universal City and the Universal zoo.
During an interval in the proceedings of the court martial, the journalists enter into an animated discussion, resulting in a dispute between Arthur Meyer of the 'Gaulois', and Mme. Severine of the 'Fronde', resulting in a fight between Dreyfusards and Anti-Dreyfusards, in which canes and chairs are brought down upon the heads of many. The room is finally cleared by the gendarmes.
Three reporters and an office girl are trying to stop a bacteriological strike by some powerful western business leaders against the USSR.
A rookie NPR reporter on his first assignment, covering the armed occupation of Wounded Knee in South Dakota in 1973, is treated as the enemy and ultimately arrested by the FBI for defying a government news blackout to embed with militant Indians.
Reporters is a weekly analytical programme shown on BBC News and BBC World News. The programme features a presenter linking a number of BBC news reports from the past week and in some cases conducting interviews with correspondents present at the time the events took place. It is also shown on the BBC News Channel in the UK. Normally the Friday presenter of World News Today presents the show. It sister show is UK Reporters which shows viewers internationally the best reports from across the United Kingdom.
The Reporters is a newsmagazine show aired by FOX Television in the 1988-89 and 1989-90 seasons. The Reporters is much in the style of the syndicated show A Current Affair, except that there was no regular "host" role. As A Current Affair was produced for syndication by Fox, there was a considerable overlap in subject matter and even some reporters appeared on both programs. Some segments from the program have since been seen in the present day in a historical context on Fox News Channel as part of their compilation series, From the Fox Files.
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Reporter's Notebook is an investigative news magazine television show in the Philippines hosted by senior reporters Jiggy Manicad and Maki Pulido and broadcast journalist Rhea Santos. It is broadcast every Tuesday evening on GMA Network.