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    Spiro Agnew on Television News Bias

    Vice President Spiro Agnew addressed a midwest regional Republican party conference in Des Moines, Iowa, and argued that television network commentators were an unelected elite who were…

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    Tom Brokaw on His Career

    Tom Brokaw talked about his journalism career, including reporting on events such as Watergate, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the 2000 presidential election. He also spoke about…

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    Q&A with Sharyl Attkisson

    Sharyl Attkisson talked about her career, the state of the media, and her future plans. Ms. Attkisson left CBS News in March 2014 after more than 20 years at the network. She…

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    Q&A with Lisa Myers

    Lisa Myers talked about her career, the state of the media, and her future plans. In January 2014, Ms. Myers left NBC News after 33 years at the network. Ms. Myers won…

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    Q&A with Bret Baier

    Bret Baier talked about his book, Special Heart: A Journey of Faith, Hope, Courage and Love, in which he chronicles the life and near death struggles of his son Paul, who was born with a…

    805 views
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    Future of Television News

    ABC News President Ben Sherwood and Hearst Television Chair David Barrett talked about the future of television news. They addressed new technology, whistleblowers, investigative…

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    Q&A with Patrick Gavin

    Patrick Gavin talked about the increasing use and impact of Internet news sites, such as Politico.com, on television news. He commented on a variety of Web site postings, including…

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    Ted Koppel on Democracy and the Press

    Former ABC News reporter and anchor Ted Koppel talked about the state of network news and news consumption, and how the Internet have affected the quality of reporting. He was…

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    Book Discussion on Cronkite

    Rice university professor Douglas Brinkley discussed his book Cronkite, in which he talks about the American broadcast journalist and former CBS Evening News anchor Walter Cronkite. He…

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    Book Discussion on Exit Interview

    David Westin, the former president of ABC News, discussed his book Exit Interview, in which he examined how America’s news was researched and reported. The book related…

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    Open Phones

    Phone lines were open for answers to the question, “What are your thoughts on debate moderators?” The vice-presidential debate moderator, Martha Raddatz, was praised and…

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    Q&A with Morley Safer

    Morley Safer talked about his early years at CBS News, revealing that he never finished college, and his impressions of Douglas Brinkley’s new biography, Cronkite, the designation of…

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    Book Discussion on Cronkite

    History Professor Douglas Brinkley talked about his biography of long-time CBS “Evening News” anchor Walter Cronkite, who was often referred to as “the most trusted man in…

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    Book Discussion on Exit Interview

    David Westin, former president of ABC News, recounts his thirteen year tenure from 1997 to 2010. Mr. Westin recalls his arrival at ABC near the end of the 1990s when network news…

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    Book Discussion on Rather Outspoken

    Journalist and former news anchor Dan Rather recounted his broadcasting career and dismissal from CBS News after 44 years. Mr. Rather presented his thoughts on the news stories…

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    Q&A with Douglas Brinkley

    Rice University History Professor Douglas Brinkley talked about his new biography of long-time CBS “Evening News” anchor Walter Cronkite, who was often referred to as “the…

    1,631 views
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    Book Discussion on There and Back

    Former ABC News foreign correspondent Barrie Dunsmore talked about the stories he covered over his 30-year career at the network, focusing on the “golden age” of network…

    327 views
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    Book Discussion on Never in My Wildest Dreams

    Journalist Belva Davis recalled her nearly five-decade career. Born during the Great Depression in Louisiana and raised in Oakland’s projects, Ms. Davis was the first black…

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    After Words with Carole Simpson

    Veteran journalist Carole Simpson tells her story of climbing the ranks in a white-male-dominated profession to eventually report in the national news divisions of NBC and ABC. She…

    726 views
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    Sir David Frost Oral History Interview

    Sir David Frost talked about the famous interviews he conducted with former President Richard Nixon three years after his resignation. The interviews, which aired in May 1977, covered…

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