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Roger Mudd is an American broadcast journalist, most recently working as the primary anchor for The History Channel. Previously, Mudd was weekend and weekday substitute anchor for the 'CBS Evening News', the co-anchor of the weekday 'NBC Nightly News', and the host of the NBC-TV 'Meet the Press,' and 'American Almanac' TV programs. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Roger Mudd has 21 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1974 Broadcast. The year with the most videos was 2008 with four videos as a Correspondent. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1999 with an average of 2,031 views per program. Most appearances with Brian Lamb (3), James C. Rees IV (3), Dan Rather (2). Most common tags: Television Journalism, News Coverage, Washington, George.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 1999 - Present Correspondent, History Videos: 8 c. April 8, 1991 - Present Correspondent, PBS NewsHour, PBS Videos: 5

Previously

Correspondent, CBS News c. May 31, 1961 - c. November 6, 1980 Videos: 6 Correspondent, NBC Television c. January 1, 1982 - c. November 1, 1983 Videos: 2

Recent Appearances

  • Civil Rights Act of 1964

    Civil Rights Act of 1964

    Senate Historian Donald Ritchie talked about the debate and passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with former CBS…

  • News and Documentary Emmy Awards

    News and Documentary Emmy Awards

    The 31st annual News and Documentary Emmy Award Ceremony was held at Rose Hall" Jazz at Lincoln Center, in New York City. The National…

  • What Are You Reading? Roger Mudd

    What Are You Reading? Roger Mudd

    Roger Mudd talked about books he is reading, which include Jim McPherson’s Tried By War and Shirley Hazzard’s The Great…

  • <em>The Place to Be</em>

    The Place to Be

    Kate and Jim Lehrer hosted a book party at their Washington, D.C., home for journalist and former CBS News correspondent…

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