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JFK: One PM Central Standard Time

SBS November 22, 2013

In an age before information moved instantaneously, Walter Cronkite knew he had to get the call right when he made the announcement, "President Kennedy died at 1pm, central standard time." This documentary presents the chaos in Cronkite's newsroom leading up to this moment.

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