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    Susan, Linda, Nina, & Cokie

    Author and journalist Lisa Napoli profiled four female journalists, Susan Stamberg, Linda Wertheimer, Nina Totenberg, and Cokie Roberts, whose reporting helped establish National Public…

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    Open Phones

    Viewers commented on Rush Limbaugh’s impact on politics and media. Mr. Limbaugh died on February 17, 2021, at the age of 70.

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    Forgotten Women in Early Radio

    Former radio broadcaster and consultant Donna Halper discussed some of the forgotten women who worked in early radio in this forum hosted by the American Women Writers National Museum. Ms.…

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    Jennifer Kavanagh on News Source Credibility

    RAND Corporation senior political scientist Jennifer Kavanagh discussed a new report on where Americans are getting their news and what they consider to be credible sources.

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    2018 Radio and TV Correspondents' Association Dinner, Part 2

    The Radio and Television Correspondents' Association held their 74th annual dinner in Washington, D.C. NBC News' Capitol Hill team received the Joan Shorenstein Barone Award for excellence in…

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    2018 Radio and TV Correspondents' Association Dinner, Part 1

    The Radio and Television Correspondents' Association held its 74th annual dinner. NBC News' Capitol Hill team received the Joan Shorenstein Barone Award for excellence in journalism, and…

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    2018 Radio and TV Correspondents' Association Dinner, Part 2, Senator Flake

    Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) delivered the keynote address at the Radio and Television Correspondents' Association dinner. He spoke about the effects of President Trump’s relationship with and…

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    Communicators with Craig Moffett

    Telecommunications analyst Craig Moffett talked about the impact of telecommunication developments on the television, video, and internet industries. Some of the developments include merger…

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    2017 Radio and Television Correspondents' Association Dinner, Part One

    The 73rd annual Congressional Radio and Television Correspondents' Dinner was held at the Building Museum in Washington, D.C. The first portion of the program featured keynote remarks by…

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    2017 Radio and Television Correspondents' Association Dinner, Part Two

    The 73rd annual Congressional Radio and Television Correspondents' Dinner was held at the Building Museum in Washington, D.C. After a break for the dinner service, the second portion of the program featured award…

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    Radio Spectrum Regulation History

    Author Thomas Hazlett talked about his book, The Political Spectrum: The Tumultuous Liberation of Wireless Technology, from Herbert Hoover to the Smartphone. Following Mr. Hazlett’s…

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    It's One O'Clock and Here Is Mary Margaret McBride

    Ms. Ware talked about her book It’s One O’clock and Here Is Mary Margaret McBride: A Radio Biography, published by New York University Press. She said McBride was a pioneer of American…

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    Steve Deace Radio Show

    Steve Deace hosted his syndicated radio show from Urbandale, Iowa. He took telephone calls from his listeners and the C-SPAN audience.

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    Red Eye Radio Show

    Eric Harley and Gary McNamara hosted their nationally syndicated Red Eye Radio show, broadcast from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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    The Larry O'Connor Show

    Larry O’Connor hosted his daily radio show from station WMAL in Washington, D.C. Guests who joined the show by phone included Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) and Alveda King, the niece of civil…

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    Thom Hartmann Radio Show

    Thom Hartmann hosted his daily radio show from Washington, D.C.. He talked with four guests, three by phone and one by Skype, about a variety of domestic affairs topics, with much of the…

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    Federal Communications Commission Open Meeting

    Members of the Federal Communications Commission met for the board’s monthly open meeting in Washington, DC. They discussed, heard testimony on and approved three rule-making measures. The first would…

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    Communicators with Scott Woolley

    Scott Woolley talked about his book The Network: The Battle for the Airwaves and the Birth of the Communications Age, in which he examines the history of telegraph, radio, television, and…

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    On My Own

    Diane Rehm talked about her memoir, On My Own, in which she discusses how she came to be a spokesperson for the right-to-die movement. She spoke with author Bethanne Patrick. “A Conversation with…

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    2016 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…

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