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    Open to Debate

    Heather Hendershot talked about her book Open to Debate: How William F. Buckley Put Liberal America on the Firing Line, in which she looks at William F. Buckley’s television program, “Firing…

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    Reflections on Careers in Journalism

    As part of a C-SPAN and Comcast project to encourage dialog between students and national leaders, Ms. Ifill spoke to middle school students about leadership qualities and her experiences…

    506 views
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    In Depth with Jeffrey Toobin

    Jeffrey Toobin talked about his life and career and responded to viewer comments and questions. His most recent book is American Heiress: The Wild Saga of the Kidnapping, Crimes and Trial of…

    1,913 views
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    And Then All Hell Broke Loose

    Richard Engel talked about his book, And Then All Hell Broke Loose: Two Decades in the Middle East, about his reporting from the Middle East since 1996.

    888 views
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    Technology, Media, and the 2016 Election

    Alexis Madrigal talked about the changing media landscape over the last 20 years, including the rise of minority constituencies and younger voters. Mr. Madrigal also spoke about the use of social media…

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    New Media and Presidential Campaigns

    An all-female panel of digital media correspondents, producers and executives talked about covering the 2016 presidential election. They focused on targeting millennial generation voters using new…

    75 views
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    Presidential Coverage in the Digital Age

    A panel of journalists, editors and Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign spokesperson talked about coverage of the presidency and politics in the digital age. They disagreed about the argument that current news…

    109 views
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    Radio and Television Correspondents' Association Dinner

    The Radio and Television Correspondents' Association held its 72nd annual awards dinner at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, D.C. Governor John Kasich (R-OH), a former candidate for the Republican…

    2,994 views
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    Vanderbilt Television News Archive

    John Lynch talked about the history of the Vanderbilt Television News Archive. Mr. Lynch shared what he considers to be highlights of the archive and spoke about how the news industry has changed since 1968.…

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    Take a Stand

    Jorge Ramos talked about his book, Take a Stand: Lessons from Rebels, about some of the interviews he has conducted over the past 30 years, including with President Obama, Justice Sonia…

    370 views
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    Q&A with Morley Safer

    Morley Safer talked about his early years at CBS News, revealing that he never finished college, and his impressions of Douglas Brinkley’s new biography, Cronkite, the designation of Mr. Cronkite as “the most trusted man in America,”…

    1,977 views
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    Open Phones with Tom Brokaw

    Tom Brokaw talked about his book, A Lucky Life Interrupted: A Memoir of Hope, and responded to viewer calls. He was interviewed at the 15th annual National Book Festival, held at the Walter…

    237 views
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    Getting Real

    Gretchen Carlson talked about her book Getting Real, in which she recalls her life and career in broadcasting.

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    Mission of Al Jazeera America

    Mostefa Souag talked about the history, funding, mission, and audience of Al Jazeera America, his network’s U.S.-based news service.

    340 views
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    Terrorism TV

    Professor Stacy Takacs talked about her book, Terrorism TV: Popular Entertainment in Post-9/11 America, about the increase in television programming dealing with terrorism following the September 11, 2001,…

    140 views
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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams' decision to recant a story he told about coming under fire in Iraq.

    392 views
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    Spiro Agnew on Television News Bias

    Vice President Spiro Agnew addressed a midwest regional Republican party conference in Des Moines, Iowa, and argued that television network commentators were an unelected elite who were biased…

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    Tom Brokaw on His Career

    Tom Brokaw talked about his journalism career, including reporting on events such as Watergate, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the 2000 presidential election. He also spoke about what happened both…

    256 views
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    Q&A with Sharyl Attkisson

    Sharyl Attkisson talked about her career, the state of the media, and her future plans. Ms. Attkisson left CBS News in March 2014 after more than 20 years at the network. She talked about her reasons…

    7,355 views
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    Q&A with Lisa Myers

    Lisa Myers talked about her career, the state of the media, and her future plans. In January 2014, Ms. Myers left NBC News after 33 years at the network. Ms. Myers won multiple Emmy awards…

    970 views
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