SHOTLIST:

SKY -- NO ACCESS UK MAINSTREAM BROADCASTERS/AL JAZEERA/BLOOMBERG

Moscow, Russia - June 24, 2013

1. Photo of jetliner seat that Snowden was supposed to be in on Monday

AP Television - AP Clients Only

Moscow, Russia - June 24, 2013

2. Wide of plane headed down runway

3. Low angle shot of plane after takeoff

Wikileaks Audio -- AP Clients Only

No Location -- June 24, 2013

4. SOUNDBITE: Voice of Julian Assange / WikiLeaks Founder -- (Transcribed Below)

The Guardian / Glenn Greenwald / Laura Poitras

Hong Kong - June 6, 2013

5. Tight shot of Edward Snowden Interview

Pool Video - AP Clients Only

Washington, DC - June 24, 2013

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Jay Carney / White House Press Secretary (Transcript Below)

7. Wide of Jay Carney and White House Press Corps

AP Television - AP Clients Only

Washington, DC - June 24, 2013

8. SOUNDBITE: President Obama / No Super (transcript below)

AP Television - AP Clients Only

Moscow, Russia -- June 24, 2013

9. Jetliner flying away from Moscow airport

Ecuador Foreign Ministry - Courtesy

Hanoi, Vietnam - June 24, 2013

10. Med shot of Ecuador's foreign minister commenting on Edward Snowden

TVB - Courtesy -- NO ACCESS HONG KONG AND TAIWAN

Hong Kong - June 24, 2013

11. Med of Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying commenting on Snowden

Pool Video - AP Clients Only

Washington - June 24, 2013

12. Wide of Jay Carney and White House reporters

SOUNDBITE: Jay Carney / White House press secretary (Transcribed Below)

The Guardian / Glenn Greenwald / Laura Poitra

Hong Kong - June 6, 2013

13 Tight of Edward Snowden Interview

AP Television - AP Clients Only

New Delhi, India - June 24, 2013

14. SOUNDBITE: John Kerry / Secretary of State (Transcribed Below)

AP Television - AP Clients Only

Washington, DC - June 24

15. Zoom in on Obama photo opportunity

AP Television - AP Clients Only

Hong Kong - June 23, 2013

16. Wide of Snowden on giant TV Screen and traffic

Ecuador Foreign Ministry - AP Clients Only

Hanoi, Vietnam - June 24, 2013

17. Med of Ecuador's foreign minister talking about Snowden

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

THIS IS THE SEAT EDWARD SNOWDEN WAS EXPECTED TO BE IN

AS AEROFLOT FLIGHT 150 HEADED FROM MOSCOW TO HAVANA. BUT THE MAN WANTED IN THE U.S. FOR REVEALING CLASSIFIED SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMS WAS NOT ABOARD, AND HIS FRIENDS AT WIKILEAKS ARE NOT SAYING WHERE IS.

SOUNDBITE: Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder AUDIO ONLY EMAILED AS "SAGWI242"

"He is in a safe place, and his spirits are high."

BUT THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION ASSUMES SNOWDEN IS STILL IN RUSSIA

SOUNDBITE: Jay Carney, White House press secretary wdc wh briefing 1200 24 12:23:12

"We are expecting the Russians to examine the options available to them to expel Mr. Snowden for his return to the United States."

URGING NOT JUST MOSCOW BUT OTHER CAPITALS TO SEND SNOWDEN BACK.

SOUNDBITE: President Barack Obama during immigration event, don't have timecode

"We're following all the appropriate legal channels and working with various other countries to make sure that rule of law is observed."

BUT IT'S GETTING MORE COMPLICATED BY THE DAY.

SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Ricardo Patino, Ecuadorean Foreign Minister APTN-1330: ++Vietnam Ecuador

"Firstly, Mr Edward Snowden has sent the Ecuadorean government a request for asylum which contains the following text and is addressed to the President of the Republic of Ecuador Rafael Correa.

ECUADOR'S TOP DIPLOMAT SAYS SNOWDEN HAS REQUESTED ASYLUM. WIKILEAKS SAYS HE'S ALSO ASKED ICELAND, AND POSSIBLY OTHER NATIONS.

SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Hua Chunying, Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs: APTN-1130: China Snowden

"Hong Kong is a society under the rule of law. According to Hong Kong's SAR (Special Administration Region) basic law and the "one country two systems" principles, the central government always trusts Hong Kong SAR government's capacity for handling issues according to the law."

IT ALL COMES AFTER HONG KONG, WHERE SNOWDEN HAD HOLED UP FOR WEEKS, REFUSED A FORMAL U.S. REQUEST TO DETAIN HIM..AND INSTEAD, LET HIM LEAVE FOR RUSSIA, INFURIATING THE WHITE HOUSE.

SOUNDBITE: Jay Carney, White House press secretary wdc wh briefing 1200 24 12:21:47

We are just not buying that this was a technical decision by a Hong Kong immigration official. This was a deliberate choice by the government to release a fugitive despite a valid arrest warrant, and that decision unquestionably has a negative impact on the U.S.-China relationship.

WITH SNOWDEN STILL ON THE RUN, THE U.S. IS SENDING A MESSAGE TO ANY NATIONS THINKING OF HARBORING HIM.

SOUNDBITE: John Kerry, secretary of State APTN-1430: India Kerry 2

"He is an indicted individual, indicted with three felony counts, and that he is wanted by the legal process of the United States."

WIKILEAKS SAYS WASHINGTON IS BEING A BULLY IN A BID TO GET SNOWDEN BACK, AND NO SELF-RESPECTING NATIONS WILL GIVE IN.

SAGAR MEGHANI, ASSOCIATED PRESS, THE PENTAGON