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DURATION:-----------------------------------------1:13SHOTLIST:AP - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington, DC - October 11, 20131. STILL IMAGE of initial HealthCare.gov website homepageAP - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington, DC - October 28, 20132. STILL IMAGE of updated HealthCare.gov website homepageAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPortsmouth, New Hampshire - October 25, 20133. Wide of Deborah Lielasus sitting at desk4. Close of Deborah Lielasus' hands5. SOUNDBITE (English) Deborah Lielasus, Lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire (Transcript Below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYOrlando, Florida - October 28, 20136. Mid of Daniel McNaughton at table7. SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel McNaughton, Lives in Orlando, Florida (Transcript Below)8. Wide of Daniel McNaughton at table9. SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel McNaughton, Lives in Orlando, Florida (Transcript Below)10. SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel McNaughton, Lives in Orlando, Florida (Transcript Below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPortsmouth, New Hampshire & Orlando, Florida - October 25, 2013 & October 28, 201311. Mid of Deborah Lielasus overlayed on on Mid of Daniel McNaughtonAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPortsmouth, New Hampshire - October 25, 201312. Close of computer screenAP - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington, DC - October 28, 201313. STILL IMAGE of updated HealthCare.gov website homepageVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:WHEN THE HEALTH-CARE DOT GOV WEBSITE LAUNCHED --THIS WAS WHAT YOU SAW.A STOCK PHOTO OF A WOMAN'S SMILING FACE.BUT SOON AFTER THE WELL-DOCUMENTED GLITCHES STARTED --SO DID THE JOKES.AND SOON - THE NOW "VIRAL" IMAGE -- WAS REPLACED WITH ICONS.BUT SMILING FACES MAY RETURN -- AS THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION IS NOW ASKING PEOPLE WHO'VE SUCCESSFULLY PURCHASED HEALTH INSURANCE --TO LET THEIR PICTURES BE USED INSTEAD.SOUNDBITE (English) Deborah Lielasus, Lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire:"I got an email from somebody at Health and Human Services saying would you be willing to tell your story for a PSA? And I said sure!"PEOPLE ACROSS THE COUNTRY ARE BEING CONTACTED -- AFTER SHARING THEIR SUCCESS STORIES ON SOCIAL MEDIA --SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel McNaughton, Lives in Orlando, Florida:"After hearing my story through my Facebook page, Health and Human Services sent down a film crew here to get my story themselves."PUTTING A FACE ON THE STORIES -- SO MANY SHARE.SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel McNaughton, Lives in Orlando, Florida:"Both my parents had lung cancer and since they had insurance, they were able to pay for their treatments.SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel McNaughton, Lives in Orlando, Florida:"So for me, getting health insurance is a big deal and I think everybody needs it.""OFFICIALS DECLINED TO COMMENT SPECIFICALLY ON WHICH PHOTOS WILL BE USED --IN FUTURE VERSIONS OF THE WEBSITE.BUT WILL SAY IT IS TRYING TO MAKE CHANGES -- THAT WILL HELP USERS BETTER UNDERSTAND KEY INFORMATION --WHILE MAINTAINING THE OVERALL DESIGN. SIGOUT - Bob McCall/Associated Press