William Headline

William Headline

William Headline served as Washington bureau chief for 12 years during the formative years of CNN and headed the Voter News Service during the United States 2000 presidential election. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
William Headline has nine videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1984 Call-In as a Bureau Chief for the Washington Bureau of CNN. The year with the most videos was 1991 with two videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1994 with an average of 426 views per program. Most appearances with Cokie Roberts (2). Most common tags: Broadcast Television, Defense Issues.

Appearances by Title:c. January 12, 1997 - Present Producer, Inaugural Committee, CNN Videos: 1


Vice President, CNN c. October 22, 1995 - c. January 12, 1997 Videos: 2 Bureau Chief, Washington Bureau, CNN c. June 14, 1984 - c. October 22, 1995 Videos: 6

Recent Appearances

  • Road to the White House

    Road to the White House

    This week’s program included a rehearsal for the inaugural ceremony and parade, a media briefing on the high school bands in…

  • Road to the White House

    Road to the White House

    A portion of a presidential news conference was shown as well as various kinds of preparation for the January 20 Inaugural.

  • Gay and Lesbian Campaign Issues

    Gay and Lesbian Campaign Issues

    Panelists discussed how television will cover the 1996 presidential campaign from a gay and lesbian perspective. They…

  • 1994 Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner

    1994 Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner

    At a dinner at the Washington Hilton Hotel, President Clinton congratulated radio and television correspondents on 50 years of TV and radio coverage of…

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