Bob Schieffer, Walter Shorenstein Media and Democracy Fellow; former reporter and anchor for CBS News; former moderator of “Face the Nation”

Election 2016 Recap with Bob Schieffer Thursday, November 17, 2016 Bob Schieffer has been a reporter for more than half a century and a part of CBS News for 46 years. He is one of the few reporters on Capitol Hill to have covered all four of the major beats: The Pentagon, the U.S. State Department, the Congress, and the White House. He has interviewed every president since Richard Nixon and nearly every candidate who has sought the Oval Office. … Continue reading “Bob Schieffer, Walter Shorenstein Media and Democracy Fellow; former reporter and anchor for CBS News; former moderator of “Face the Nation””

Ann Compton, Journalist and Former White House Correspondent for ABC News

In the Heat of the Action: Journalistic Leadership from Watergate to 9/11 and Beyond Monday, October 3, 2016 Ann Compton was the first woman assigned by a television network to cover the White House and her longevity and impact have been considered unmatched over the span of her 41 years on the air for ABC News.  After retiring from daily coverage in 2014, Ann was brought back to cover the 2016 political conventions for ABC.  Ann is also a member … Continue reading “Ann Compton, Journalist and Former White House Correspondent for ABC News”

David Ensor, Former Director, Voice of America

Leadership in Exporting the First Amendment Thursday, November 19, 2015 David Ensor is a Fall Term Fellow at the Shorenstein Center in the Harvard Kennedy School, writing about U.S. international broadcasting and digital media. In May, he completed four years serving as Director of the Voice of America in Washington, DC. VOA is a U.S. funded, editorially independent media organization, which reaches over 170 million people a week in 45 languages through television, radio, internet and social media. Ensor also … Continue reading “David Ensor, Former Director, Voice of America”