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 Meet the Press
After Meet the Press moved to television, Spivak continued to serve as producer, regular panelist, and later, as moderator.
Meet the Press' contemporary format consists of three interview segments with guests of national and international importance, followed by a roundtable discussion.
In the mid-1960s, Meet the Press found its niche on Sunday afternoons.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/M/htmlM/meetthepres/meetthepress.htm   (674 words)

  
 PressThink: From Meet the Press to Be the Press
Press Notes is a round-up of today's top press stories from the Society of Professional Journalists.
The print press are a little more up front about it; not enough, yet, to do any real good, but there's a tipping point, in terms of an opportunity to push the press in the right direction, approaching if not already passing underneath us.
Consider, for example, the fact that the press can be acted upon, politically--discredited as part of a strategy--but it cannot act in return because that would be seen as "too political." After a while the absurdity of the situation becomes normal if you are in it, and one's ideas of the possible adjust accordingly.
journalism.nyu.edu /pubzone/weblogs/pressthink/2005/03/21/be_press.html   (15169 words)

  
 TENSOR-Meet the Press
The new press, rated at a speed of 50,000 iph, incorporates three vibrator rollers and three ink form rollers to meet the ink coverage demands of today’s growing heatset and UV markets.
The installation of the footprint shaftless press is slated for June, 2006.
The entire press is equipped with remote motorization, a full helical gear train, bearers on the plate and blanket cylinders, spiral brush dampening, insulated water trays, oil cooling and slit style plate lock-ups.
www.ustensor.com /meetPress.asp   (1427 words)

  
 Meet the Press TV Show - AOL Television
Watching Meet the Press with Tim Russert is only half of the experience.
Meet the Press and similar Sunday-morning interview shows specialize in...
Get Meet the Press TV show listings, episode guide, Meet the Press cast and crew, Meet the Press recaps, video clips, Meet the Press spoilers, Meet the Press DVDs and more on AOL Television.
tvshows.aol.com /show/meet-the-press/SH0028660000/main   (187 words)

  
 Success with Media
When dealing with reporters, try to meet them before the pitching season begins and ask what information they would like from your association on a regular basis.
Literally hundreds of press releases flow through a sports department during the course of a week even at a small daily paper.
Spelling and grammar are the two most common problems, and if the writer does not take time to check his spelling and sentence structure, the journalist won't correct it for him.
www.horseshoepitching.com /publicity/chartercorner/meetpress.html   (451 words)

  
 Meet the Press
Prime Minister Hasina, presiding over the meet, directed the authorities "to accelerate the process of jute sector reforms and infrastructural development of jute management at grassroots level."The evil consequences of a glut at the growers' level can only be obviated by large new foreign offtakes or innovation of radical uses embraced by manufacturers at home.
The meeting was told of a Russian offer to buy jute and jute goods worth 15 to 20 million dollars.
However, the CDB failed to meet the procurement target of seed-cotton due to non-availability of funds and fixation of low rate.
members.tripod.com /~UTTAMDEB/press.html   (2696 words)

  
 Interview with Vice-President Dick Cheney, NBC, "Meet the Press," Transcript for March 16
Interview with Vice-President Dick Cheney, NBC, "Meet the Press," Transcript for March 16, 2003.
This is a rush transcript provided for the information and convenience of the press.
That’s one of the main reasons for the president’s meeting today with the British and Spanish prime ministers in the Azores.
www.mtholyoke.edu /acad/intrel/bush/cheneymeetthepress.htm   (7014 words)

  
 Meet the Press - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MTP is the highest rated Sunday morning show in America.
The show is also repeated Sunday evenings on MSNBC, early Monday morning on NBC as part of the NBC All Night block, and is simulcast on radio stations by Westwood One [1].
If it's Sunday, it's Meet the Press." During football season, Russert, a native of Buffalo, New York and avid Buffalo Bills fan [2], [3], sometimes adds, "Go Bills!", and occasionally will ask panelists, "How 'bout those Sabres?" if the Buffalo hockey team is doing well.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Meet_the_Press   (520 words)

  
 Meet The Press - Wonkette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Reliable Source: Nude portrait is leaving the National Press Club bar… Donna Shalala, who makes $516,904 a year from the University of Miami, is trying to stop the unionization of its janitors.
On Sunday, DHS chief Michael Chertoff told "Meet the Press's" Tim Russert that one reason for the delay in getting federal aid to Katrina victims was that "everyone" thought the crisis had passed...
Meet the Press made for compelling viewing this morning.
wonkette.com /politics/meet-the-press   (264 words)

  
 Meet The Press
Meet Ed James is a CD full of fun power-pop verging on bubble gum that is so seamless that you immediately forget you're not hearing a band.
Meet Ed James is a good time waiting to be had.
Pressed on Jam Records, "Meet Ed James!" is split evenly between classy pop tactics and blistering guitar action, culminating into the sort of disc that you just know is going to be raved about from continent to continent.
users.vnet.net /edjames/press.htm   (1979 words)

  
 Meet the Press
USEFUL PRESS RELEASE TOPICS INCLUDE a roundup of tips; an explanation of financial procedures; case studies, which are especially interesting to readers if clients’ names are cited (after getting their written permission to disclose them); interpretations of important new regulations; and forecasts of future trends.
You must identify your target audience, have something to say, establish relationships with media people who report to your target audience, reinforce the connection with frequent press releases and follow-up phone calls and be available for interviews on short notice (newspeople often have very little time in which to produce stories).
Foster suggests building press credentials by starting small: “Send out the firm’s tips, how-tos and alerts to local reporters as well as to clients.
www.aicpa.org /pubs/jofa/jul2002/goldfarb.htm   (3056 words)

  
 Meet the Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Durham, N.C. Duke President Richard H. Brodhead meets with senior members of the Chinese press corps Nov. 29 in the Allen Building.
The journalists hold positions similar to the White House press corps.
The meeting was arranged by Professor Liu Kang, an expert on the Chinese media.
www.dukenews.duke.edu /2005/12/chinapress_print.htm   (47 words)

  
 Meet the Press TV Show - Meet the Press Television Show - TV.com
Meet The Press debuted on November 6, 1947, and has become the longest-running television show in the history of broadcasting.
Tell the world what you think of Meet the Press, write a review for this show.
Cant the PRESS put some pressure on the partys responsible for this to have her released??
www.tv.com /meet-the-press/show/27917/summary.html   (151 words)

  
 NBC News' Meet The Press: Dick Cheney
And my secretary called in just as we were starting to meet just before 9:00 and said an airplane had hit the World Trade Center, and that was the first one that went in.
But clearly, at this stage, we do have a surplus that's generated primarily by the payroll tax, and as has been true oftentimes in the past, that comes in, we were using it to retire debt.
Clearly, some of it now is going to be used to meet this emergency, the urgent supplemental that the Congress passed this weekend of some $40 billion; take those steps we need to take, both to recover from this attack, as well as to do everything we can to prevent future ones.
www.fromthewilderness.com /timeline/2001/meetthepress091601.html   (8852 words)

  
 Meet the Press Pot
To simplify things, the machine brews coffee individually, maintaining a heat, pressure and water volume per cup (at the barista's discretion) inside a chamber, where the coffee is extracted using vaccuum press technology.
It is essentially the marriage of espresso and french press techniques, brought together to make a perfectly pulled, grind-free cup of pure coffee essence and flavor.
The coffee is in contact with water for a controlled amount of time, and the grinds are both stirred by the barista (as seen in photo above), and left to swirl around in the water on their own.
meetthepresspot.blogspot.com   (1363 words)

  
 Media Matters - Meet the Press -- but only if you're a Republican
On February 19, Meet the Press featured a panel discussion consisting of NBC chief White House correspondent David Gregory, progressive New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, Wall Street Journal editorial page editor Paul Gigot, and GOP strategist Mary Matalin.
MTP thinks they're being "fair and balanced" by inviting on a Republican who might actually go off script and disagree with the administration about something....
Meet the Press should choose fairness over giving the Republicans the entire show.
mediamatters.org /items/200602240006   (1561 words)

  
 Meet the Press
But I knew prisoners who were shot down after I was were very well aware of his commitment to the POWs and to our release and his extreme affection that he and Nancy had displayed to the families of those who were in prison.
He had been meeting with various network anchors in the morning, telling them about the speech that was coming up when suddenly he got word that the Challenger had blown up.
And we'll continue to remember the legacy of Ronald Reagan with a special MEET THE PRESS Minute, his very first appearance on this program as a candidate for governor of California in 1966, coming up right here on MEET THE PRESS.
www.spencer-roberts.com /meet_the_press.htm   (7184 words)

  
 PR Training - Meet The Press
Meet The Press is Europe’s biggest PR training company.
Meet The Press runs four PR training courses.
Subjects covered include how to write a press release, how to organise a press conference, and how to handle awkward questions from journalists on the telephone.
www.meetthepress.com   (271 words)

  
 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Metro -- Meet the press
SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Metro -- Meet the press
After meeting with groups of viewers in five cities, she said, she's learned that “people want stories to be more relevant to them.
Her schedule in San Diego was much the same as it was this week in Tampa, Fla., Dallas, Minneapolis and Denver: a “town meeting” to learn what local folks want in their network news shows, and a fundraiser for a local medical institution, in this case the Moores Cancer Center at UCSD.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/metro/20060715-9999-7m15katie.html   (792 words)

  
 Transcript of Interview with Vice-President Dick Cheney on Meet the Press, 8 September 2002
RUSSERT: One year ago when you were on MEET THE PRESS just five days after September 11, I asked you a specific question about Iraq and Saddam Hussein.
He met recently with his nuclear weapons experts-this was reported in the Iraqi press-and praised them as being the ones who were going to help him drive the American infidels back across the ocean.
Let me show you from the Associated Press on our screen, “Halliburton has been in the news often this year, mostly for the wrong reasons.
www.mtholyoke.edu /acad/intrel/bush/meet.htm   (8120 words)

  
 washingtonpost.com: Text: President Bush on NBC's 'Meet the Press'
ANNOUNCER: From the Oval Office at the White House, this is a special edition of Meet the Press with Tim Russert, an exclusive interview with President George W. Bush.
And the reason I wouldn't, is because there are a lot of really fine people who have served in the National Guard and who are serving in the National Guard today in Iraq.
RUSSERT: The Boston Globe and the Associated Press have gone through some of their records and said there's no evidence that you reported to duty in Alabama during the summer and fall of 1972.
www.washingtonpost.com /ac2/wp-dyn/A23218-2004Feb8?language=printer   (7522 words)

  
 Meet The Press (August 28, 2005) | WesPAC
And so between those two diverging points of views, we could pull together the common interests, broker the compromises, work the arrangements, and craft a state in Iraq that meets everybody's concerns in the regions and gives the Iraqi people the kind of self-determination and regional support that they're going to need.
Your statemanship really comes through in extensive interviews and town hall meeting settings (i.e., you do your homework, know your facts and have a comprehensive view of the world).
It was truly inspiring to hear general Clark's comments on today's Meet the Press.
securingamerica.com /meetthepress/2005-08-28   (6678 words)

  
 Information for the Press
The Press Office of the Social Security Administration responds to media inquiries relating to the Social Security and Supplemental Security Income programs.
It prepares press releases and arranges press conferences for the national press corps.
This page has been designed for members of the press to facilitate their research of the Social Security website.
www.socialsecurity.gov /pressoffice   (141 words)

  
 Meet the Press | productdose.com
As recent events in London and New Orleans have highlighted, the press isn't always the best or quickest source of information on breaking news stories.
With such a large percentage of the population carrying mobile camera phones these days, it was only a matter of time before the regular guy on the street started getting tapped for his coincidentally journalistic "skills" of being on the scene when events happen.
Scoopt, a media agency that matches the public's photo and video coverage of newsworthy events with press outlets, has tapped into an increasingly relevant space of public journalism over the past few months, and there's a standing call for submissions.
www.productdose.com /2005/09/30/meet-the-press   (180 words)

  
 Meet the Press | Food & Wine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
My grandfather wasn't abandoning his family when he fled his Lithuanian shtetl one night in 1911, his only baggage a heavy, unwieldy wine press that he'd strapped to his back.
Yet I realized that the ridiculous-looking press, with its ancient top-loading metal grape crusher that gave it the appearance of an alien's head in a grade-C Ed Wood sci-fi picture, is the only connection I have to my grandfather.
I kept cranking the wine press until my arm hurt so badly that I forgot him, and anything past my shoulder.
www.foodandwine.com /articles/meet-the-press   (1168 words)

  
 Eat The Press | Meet The Non-Democrats | The Huffington Post
Tomorrow will be the first "Meet The Press" since the Democrats swept both the House and the Senate in the midterm elections, and ThinkProgress and HuffPo's own Stephen Kaus point out something interesting: Special guests Senators John McCain and Joe Lieberman were not part of the aforementioned Democratic sweeping of the House and Senate.
More than anything, it speaks to how "Meet The Press" is a dinosaur, stubbornly staying with the safe and familiar and digging its heels in to change.
After an election where voters surged out in surprising numbers to make sure that they elected a party that would actually force some change, it seems strange to bring on two guests who are so closely aligned with the biggest thing that needed changing.
www.huffingtonpost.com /eat-the-press/2006/11/11/meet-the-nondemocrats_e_33860.html   (507 words)

  
 Meet The Press
She can crack the whip without any hesitation, especially at 2 a.m.
Kim broke several important stories, including catching a certain county commissioner, Bill, in an illegal meeting.
Not a big fan of new golf courses in the wetlands, she fits in with the radicals at SFP.
www.summitfreepress.com /meet_pree_page.htm   (441 words)

  
 Althouse: Kerry on "Meet the Press."
The Kerry interview on today's "Meet the Press" is exactly what you would expect.
There are many of the familiar lines from the campaign, including the repeated assertion that he had a better way to handle things in Iraq.
I guess "Meet the Press" is a nice haven for anyone who doesn't want to have to see positive Bush-related news.
althouse.blogspot.com /2005/01/kerry-on-meet-press.html   (1099 words)

  
 Meet the press
“Meet The Press” will provide a casual yet engaging venue for students interested in exploring the many career opportunities available in the newspaper industry.
This event will be much more than just the first field trip of the 2006-2007 school year.
There will be a high school as well as college category.
www.cnpapers.com /letter/meet-the-press.html   (194 words)

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