Meet the Press


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Meet the Press

longest running television program; from 1947 to present. [Am. TV: McWhirter, 234]
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Moderated by NBC News Political Director Chuck Todd, Meet the Press is the flagship Sunday morning public affairs program and longest-running broadcast in television history.
Ryan revealed his constitutional ignorance on Meet the Press in his discussion on the Democratic-controlled parts of the federal government.
Bank of Japan Governor Toshihiko Fukui to meet the press at 3:30 p.
com will combine online advertising with a text messaging platform to inform people of late breaking alerts regarding NABET's struggle against NBC Universal's Meet the Press.
First broadcast in 1947, Meet the Press is renowned as one of America's most prestigious current affairs programmes.
Clickspring designed the broadcast sets and newsroom for world headquarters of Meet the Press parent company, NBC, along with MSNBC in 2007.
Unfortunately, Kerry promptly backed away from that list on Meet the Press, saying he'd no longer consider Carter or Baker.
We are going to have to face that question,' said Joe Biden two weeks ago, when asked about the draft on Meet the Press.
According to a flurry of news stories and columns, Dean's appearance on Meet the Press with Russert on June 22 was an embarrassment for the candidate and a disaster for his campaign.
Interesting gay people pop up everywhere, from Andrew Sullivan on Nightline to Barney Frank on Meet the Press to Anne Heche giving Barbara Walters the lowdown in celestial gloop-gloop speak.
Hence, one tuned into the tough, hard-hitting political dissection of Hillary's testimony on the health care plan before the relevant congressional committees--only to be greeted with Tim Russert of NBC's Meet the Press oozing: "Moms are smart, too