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SHOTLIST(including transcript):-Restrictions: Limited License. You are hereby granted a nonexclusive, nontransferable temporary license to broadcast and/or display SAG Awards Clips (including "screen grabs") and SAG Awards Stills beginning upon the first airing of the SAG Awards Show on Sunday, January 27, 2013, through 11:59 p.m. PST on Sunday, February 24, 2013 subject to the following restrictions: (1) SAG Awards Clips and/or SAG Awards Stills may be used only for legitimate news reporting purposes on television, in newspapers and periodicals, and on the internet. SAG Awards Clips and/or SAG Awards Stills may be used only for legitimate news reporting which refers to: (i) the SAG Awards Show as an event, (ii) SAG-AFTRA as an organization, or (iii) specific achievements for which an individual has been nominated for or awarded a Screen Actors Guild Award. SAG Awards Clips and/or SAG Awards Stills may not be used for any purposes other than those expressly stated herein; (2) No more than thirty seconds (00:30) of any individual SAG Awards Clip may be used; (3) The aggregate length of all SAG Awards Clips used in an individual program may not exceed two minutes (02:00); (4) With respect to SAG Awards Stills, except (i) graphics and (ii) any image of THE ACTOR statuette, you are permitted to crop or resize the image, but may not distort the content or otherwise manipulate the image; you may only resize (and not crop or otherwise manipulate or distort) (i) SAG Awards Stills that are graphics and (ii) any image of THE ACTOR statuette; (5) Any display, exhibition, broadcast, or use of SAG Awards Clips and/or SAG Awards stills must be prominently accompanied by the legend: "Courtesy of 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards"; (6) The sale or distribution of any SAG Awards Clips and/or SAG Awards Stills from the SAG Awards or any SAG Awards event (e.g. nomination ceremony, behind-the-scenes, Question & Answer sessions, rehearsals, Red Carpet Arrivals) for any non-news reporting purpose or sale to the general public is strictly prohibited.Screen Actors GuildLos Angeles, 27 January 20131. Actor Robert De Niro announces Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role goes to Jennifer Lawrence in "Silver Linings Playbook"2. Actress Alfre Woodard announces Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role goes to Daniel Day-Lewis in "Lincoln"3. Excerpt actor Daniel Day-Lewis acceptance speech4. Actor Jude Law announces Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture goes to "Argo"5. Actor-producer-director Ben Affleck's acceptance speech on behalf of the "Argo" cast6. Excerpt actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson acceptance speech on behalf of "Modern Family" cast 7. Excerpt actress Phyllis Logan acceptance speech on behalf of the cast of "Downton Abbey"