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Michael Weisskopf

Michael Weisskopf is a senior correspondent for 'Time' magazine. A Pulitzer Prize finalist in 1996 for his coverage of the Republican Revolution of 1994, Weisskopf specialized in national and international news during 20 years at 'The Washington Post'. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Michael Weisskopf has 17 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1989 Forum as a Correspondent for the Environmental Issues of the Washington Post. The year with the most videos was 1996 with three videos as a Correspondent for the Congress of the Washington Post. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2006 with an average of 408 views per program. Most appearances with Paul Orgel (3), James A. Thurber (2), Steve Scully (2).

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2003 - Present Senior Correspondent, [Time] Magazine Videos: 3 c. June 1, 1997 - Present Correspondent, Congress, [Time] Magazine Videos: 9


Correspondent, Congress, [Washington Post] c. June 4, 1993 - c. June 1, 1997 Videos: 4 Correspondent, Environmental Issues, [Washington Post] c. February 4, 1989 - c. June 4, 1993 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • Gold Medal of Remembrance Ceremony

    Gold Medal of Remembrance Ceremony

    Children of soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan were honored with the Gold Medal of Remembrance. The medal was created…

  • National Press Foundation Awards Dinner

    National Press Foundation Awards Dinner

    National Press Foundation 2007 Annual Awards Dinner honored journalists who have been killed, injured and kidnapped covering war…

  • Q&A with Michael Weisskopf

    Q&A with Michael Weisskopf

    Michael Weisskopf spoke about losing his hand in a grenade attack while covering the war in Iraq for Time magazine and he spoke about his…

  • News Review

    News Review

    Mr. Weisskopf talked about headline news stories. He responded to audience telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mail.

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