Bob Deans

Bob Deans was a former New Zealand and Canterbury rugby union footballer. Deans entered into New Zealand rugby folklore for a disallowed try against Wales in 1905, when he appeared to score the try that would have won the match for New Zealand but was pulled back over the line before the referee could catch up. Wikipedia*

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Bob Deans has 38 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1993 Forum as a Correspondent for the Cox Newspapers. The year with the most videos was 2007 with five videos as a Correspondent for the White House of the Cox Newspapers. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2002 with an average of 2,423 views per program. Most appearances with John Milewski (7), Pedro Echevarria (3), George W. Bush (2). Most common tags: Environment, Global Climate Change, Energy Policy.

Appearances by Title:Director, Strategic Engagement, Natural Resources Defense Council Videos: 4 Associate Director, Communications, Natural Resources Defense Council Videos: 6 c. January 1, 2009 - Present Director, Federal Communcations, Natural Resources Defense Council Videos: 2 Author Videos: 1

Previously

National Correspondent, Cox News Service c. January 1, 2006 - c. March 27, 2009 Videos: 7 Correspondent, White House, Cox Newspapers c. January 12, 1998 - c. March 27, 2009 Videos: 13 President, White House Correspondents' Association c. January 1, 2002 - c. December 31, 2003 Videos: 1 Correspondent, Diplomacy, Cox Newspapers c. September 8, 1994 - c. January 12, 1998 Videos: 1 Correspondent, Cox Newspapers c. April 6, 1993 - c. September 8, 1994 Videos: 3

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