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HAMDEN, Conn., June 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Quinnipiac University presented its 17th annual Fred Friendly First Amendment Award to Gwen Ifill, moderator and managing editor of PBS' "Washington Week," on June 14 during a luncheon ceremony at the Metropolitan Club in New York City. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100614/DC20687 ) The award, presented in honor of Friendly, the former CBS News president who died in 1998, acknowledges one of the most basic constitutional...
By MIKE HUGHES For TV people, a busy summer is about to become busier. Political conventions loom. "The Olympics have pressed the conventions together," says David Bohrman, head of CNN's Washington bureau. Previous years had a one-week gap between them.
Tributes poured into the National Public Radio Web site Monday for Leroy Sievers, the veteran journalist who reported on his own losing battle with cancer.
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"Russert's style was an innovation in news interviewing on television. It's made a huge difference.
By Paul J. Gough NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - "Nightline" will move its New York studio from Times Square to ABC News' headquarters uptown off Lincoln Square sometime this summer.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Former ABC News "Nightline" anchor Ted Koppel will return to his old show as a guest on Tuesday, marking his first appearance on the program since he stepped down as host last November, the network said.
By Steve Gorman PASADENA, California (Reuters) - Ted Koppel, an icon of U.S. broadcast journalism, said on Friday Arabic television news channel Al Jazeera was one of many news outlets that sought to hire him when he left ABC News in November, but he never seriously considered working there.
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- A timorous, cowardly fellow.