A two-hour broadcast of the 25th anniversary acknowledgement of one of our nation's most solemn occasions from the CBS news machine, then arguably the most insightful and immediate of the big 3 networks.
From Dan Rather's opening: "On November 22nd, 1963 the President of the United States was assassinated and for four days America went into an unparalleled state of grief and shock. That's why CBS news stayed on the air for 56 hours. The broadcast that follows is made from films and tapes from those dark days. Every fact and opinion you hear comes from our coverage at the time. For our part we make no comment on the past, we only bring it back. Four days in November, the assassination of President Kennedy."
Four Days in November: The Assassination of President Kennedy (1988) (TV)
Host: Dan Rather