Hall of Fame Dinner
Mr. Donaldson acted as master of ceremonies for the annual Broadcasting and Cable magazine’s annual dinner for the Hall of Fame… read more
Mr. Donaldson acted as master of ceremonies for the annual Broadcasting and Cable magazine’s annual dinner for the Hall of Fame inductees. Eleven awards were given for contributions to the television industry with posthumous awards given to Katharine Graham, Lew Wasserman, and Peter Barton.
Video tributes to the inductees were not shown due to copyright restrictions. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Carole Black President and CEO Lifetime Entertainment Services
- Hugh Carey Governor (Former) [D] New York
- Walter Cronkite Anchor (Former) CBS->Evening News
- Sam Donaldson Correspondent ABC Television
- Donald E. Graham Chair and CEO Washington Post
- Kelsey Grammer Actor
- Eddy W. Hartenstein Chairman and CEO DirecTV
- William McGorry Senior Vice President Reed Television
- Robert Miron President (Former) Newhouse Broadcasting Corp.
- Deborah Norville Anchor Inside Edition
- Lowell Paxson President Home Shopping Network, Inc.
- Bob Schieffer Chief Correspondent CBS->Washington Bureau
- Jack Valenti President and CEO Motion Picture Association of America
- Donald West Editor (Former) Broadcasting and Cable Magazine
- Oprah Winfrey Talk Show Host
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