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Now you can see the eleVators|leading up to the executiVe offices.
Step right in,|ladies and gentlemen.
That's the idea. That's fine.
you'll all be able|to View this room quite well.
This, ladies and gentlemen,|is the City Room...
Here you see only a handful...
of the 2,500 highly-trained specialists|employed by the Evening Chronicle.
Men and women who work tirelessly...
Editors, reporters, photographers...
who become your eyes and ears|in war and peace...
who make it possible for you|to sit in your chair...
the best-informed newspaper reader|on this earth.
to be distributed|to the editors and reporters...
so they can be checked|in case there are any mistakes.
Which one's the city editor?
I'll get to that in a moment, madam.
Headed by the city editor|who's seated there...
in the centre of the room...
- Yes?|- Yes, James Gannon, madam.
whose name is Lloyd Crowley.
And down the hall, Col. J.R. Ballantine,|our publisher.
So if you'll just follow me|right oVer here...
I'll be Very happy|to show you what we haVe.
Mr. Gannon, could I talk to you-
I don't care what his brother thinks.|It won't sell a paper.
Get me a quote with lace on it.
- Mr. Gannon-|- Archard! Where's the City Hall story?
- Can I talk to you?|- You want to talk to me about what?
I don't know how you got in here|or who you are, but I'Ve got a-
I'm Mrs. KoVac. My Barney|works for you. That's who I am.
- Why, glad to meet you.|- Yeah, I bet you are.
Say, Jim, Fisher's calling in.|He's down at BelleVue.
That's the business to be in:|sleeping pills.
You want to send a cameraman?
Depends on who she is. Find out-|Wait a minute.
That's not a bad business either.
I can't get you on the phone.
I haVe to take a tour.|What are you, the President?
- Copy boy.|- Same thing.
I want you to fire him.
Mr. Gannon,|he's gotta go back to school.
- What for?|- What for?
'Cause I want him to get educated,|what for.
So did his father.
Mr. Gannon, his father worked|all his life...
"But, Edna," he said to me...
God rest his soul, he said:
Try it tomorrow.
This is okay. Andrews'll get you|quotes from the Deputy Mayor...
and you and he can|get together on a sidebar.
- Did you hear what I just said?|- Certainly.
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