Brown, Tony


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Brown, Tony

(1933–  ) television host, producer; born in Charleston, W.Va. A journalist in Detroit, he joined National Educational Television's newsmagazine, Black Journal, in 1970, later becoming dean of Howard University's School of Communications (1971–72). He lobbied to keep the show on the air, and as host and executive producer of Tony Brown's Journal (1978), he continued to look critically at issues facing African-Americans.
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Coaches travelling with the squad are Lloyd Brown, Tony Gray and Steve Nicholson.
Notable attendees included UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and Sir John Mayor, French president Francois Hollande and his predecessor and rival, Nicolas Sarkozy, Italy's prime minister Enrico Letta and Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff.
Our event's theme this year is Heroes and Legends, so it seems only fitting that Tommy Brown, Tony Fasson and Colin Grazier be recognised.
David Cameron and predecessors Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and John Major are backing the appeal.
Brown, Tony and Cherie Blair, John and Norma Major and David Cameron with wife Samantha
British Prime Minister David Cameron is attending Tuesday's memorial, along with Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, Labor leader Ed Miliband and former British Prime Ministers Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and John Major.
With the help of the Crew Members Mike Brown, Jim Sullivan, Kim Brown, Tony Casillas and Jerry's daughter Prezly, Jerry explains that "E&B feels that the team has a good shot at winning both series championships.
Today Mr Cameron, Deputy PM Nick Clegg, Mr Miliband and former leaders Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and Sir John Major will attend the memorial service in South Africa.
Many prominent writers and scholars, including Ismael Reed, Claude Brown, Rita Mae Brown, Tony Early, Yusef Komunyakaa, and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
She has been trying to fill Brown's shoes - and conservative dark suits - for more than six years without success; Under scrutiny: Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, John Prescott, Michael Howard, Charles Kennedy and Jonathan Sayeed.
United never gave up and continued to break through the Dungannon defence but chances for Brown, Tony Gray and Davy Patton only served to provide a thrilling finish as goalkeeper Steven McCombe kept a well earned clean sheet.
Jerry Jones honored Emmitt Smith's recent induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and Cowboys legends Roger Staubach, Darren Woodson, Larry Brown, Tony Dorsett and Charles Haley took turns recounting the five Super Bowl titles won during the club's glory days.