Neal B. Freeman

Neal B. Freeman

Neal B. Freeman is an American businessman and political writer. He served as the Washington Editor for 'National Review' magazine from 1978 until 1981. Freeman graduated with a bachelor's degree from Yale in 1962. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Neal B. Freeman has six videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1995 Forum as a President for the Blackwell Corporation. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2011 with an average of 295 views per program. Most appearances with Fred Barnes (3), James "Jim" C. Roberts (2). Most common tags: Conservatives, Media.

Appearances by Title:Director, William F. Buckley, Jr. Program at Yale Videos: 1 c. March 8, 1997 - Present Chairman and CEO, Blackwell Corporation Videos: 2


President, Blackwell Corporation c. February 11, 1995 - c. March 8, 1997 Videos: 3 Director, Corporation for Public Broadcasting c. January 1, 1972 - c. January 1, 1975 Videos: 0

Recent Appearances

  • Panel on the Legacy of William Buckley

    Panel on the Legacy of William Buckley

    Panelists discussed the legacy of William F. Buckley, Jr. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Linda Bridges moderated.…

  • Conservatives and the Media

    Conservatives and the Media

    Panelists discussed how conservatives can gain more control over U.S. media outlets. They discussed various strategies,…

  • Future of Conservatism

    Future of Conservatism

    The speakers talked about the future of conservatism and its place in U.S. politics. They criticized President Clinton and…

  • U.S. Foreign Policy

    U.S. Foreign Policy

    As part of an annual conference of conservative organizations, Senator McCain spoke about the criteria for the use of U.S.…

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