The Insider : Why was room 930 significant?

Why was room 930 significant?

Is that when 60 minutes starts? 930pm?

Re: Why was room 930 significant?

I believe he says that because that's where him and Bergman met for the first time. "I'll be in the lobby reading the new york times at 5pm"then he orders room service

Re: Why was room 930 significant?

Yes, but if you look at the door number when Wigand leaves after talking to Bergman the first time, the door says "824." I believe it's a "goof."

Re: Why was room 930 significant?

I think the hotel is adjacent to the B&W building and room 930 faces/is on the same level as their legal offices. Wigand mentions that it's the only light on in the building.
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