Latest Tom Brokaw Stories
A pair of local environmentalists plan a fundraiser next week for county commissioner candidate Pam Brokaw.
NEW YORK - NBC News could rent a small plane just for the top news personalities going to Beijing to cover the Olympics: Brian Williams, Tom Brokaw, Matt Lauer, Meredith Vieira, Ann Curry, Lester Holt, Richard Engel and Kevin Tibbles among them.
By Nancy Brokaw J.M. Barrie wrote "Peter Pan" in 1904 and the heart of the story holds. We still feel the dueling attractions of hearth and home versus the call of adventure just outside the window. "Peter Pan," now playing at Miller Park Summer Theater, gets that vibe just right.
By Michael Andersen, The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. Jul. 19--How to summarize a two-hour debate between seven candidates with three party affiliations running for one county commissioner's seat, all in 1,100 words? Why not start by giving them two words each? Craig Williams: green economics.
By Nancy Brokaw "High School Musical," currently up at Community Players Theatre, might surprise both the kids who already know the music (that's most kids) and their grandparents who are just discovering this cultural phenomenon that sprang from a Disney Channel movie.
MSNBC is a player in the cable news competition in a way it hasn't been before.
It sounds redundant, but sometimes death can be followed by overkill.
By Zap2It, Chicago Jun. 23--NBC News is turning to one of its elder statesmen to host "Meet the Press" this election season. Former "Nightly News" anchor Tom Brokaw will take over as moderator of the show starting Sunday (June 29).
By The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) - Still reeling from Tim Russert's death, NBC News must now contemplate replacing the man who not only dominated the Sunday morning talk shows, but served as chief political commentator and ran the Washington bureau.
News anchor Tom Brokaw will serve as interim moderator of the U.S. TV program Meet the Press for the next few months, NBC News President Steve Capus says.
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