History Series / MeetThePress

13th Mar '16 9:12:04 AM Random888
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* LongRunnerLongRunner: ''Meet the Press'' has been on the air so long that it has interviewed UsefulNotes/EleanorRoosevelt, Joseph [=McCarthy=], and every U.S. president since UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy.
8th Nov '15 6:43:14 PM RoseAndHeather
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4th May '15 11:57:42 PM SeptimusHeap
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Creator/{{ABC}} tried to compete with ''IssuesAndAnswers'', which ran from 1960-81 and was replaced by the still-running ''This Week''. Creator/{{CBS}}' competing offering was ''FaceTheNation'', which started in 1954 and is still on the air.

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Creator/{{ABC}} tried to compete with ''IssuesAndAnswers'', ''Series/IssuesAndAnswers'', which ran from 1960-81 and was replaced by the still-running ''This Week''. Creator/{{CBS}}' competing offering was ''FaceTheNation'', which started in 1954 and is still on the air.
18th Apr '15 4:53:26 AM glickmam
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News TalkShow that launched on Mutual Radio in 1945, moving to Creator/{{NBC}}-TV on November 6, 1947. It is the [[LongRunners longest-running show]] in the history of television. The show was originally moderated by Lawrence E. Spivak.

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News TalkShow that launched on Mutual Radio in 1945, moving to Creator/{{NBC}}-TV on November 6, 1947. It is the [[LongRunners longest-running show]] in the history of television. The show was originally moderated by Lawrence E. Spivak.
its creator, Martha Rountree.
12th Dec '14 5:57:05 AM WarioBarker
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Creator/{{NBC}} news TalkShow, originally moderated by Lawrence E. Spivak. Was hosted by Tim Russert, under the title ''Meet the Press With Tim Russert'', until his death in June 2008. David Gregory hosted from December 2008 to August 2014, and as of September 2014, Chuck Todd is now hosting the program.

Launched on Mutual Radio in 1945, ''Meet the Press'' moved to NBC-TV on November 6, 1947. It is the [[LongRunners longest running show]] in the history of television.

The Creator/{{ABC}} network ran its own Sunday Morning talk-talk with ''IssuesAndAnswers'', with ran from 1960-81, when it was replaced by the still-running ''This Week''. Creator/{{CBS}}' competing offering was ''FaceTheNation'', which started in 1954 and is still on the air.

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Creator/{{NBC}} news TalkShow, News TalkShow that launched on Mutual Radio in 1945, moving to Creator/{{NBC}}-TV on November 6, 1947. It is the [[LongRunners longest-running show]] in the history of television. The show was originally moderated by Lawrence E. Spivak. Spivak.

Was hosted by Tim Russert, under the title ''Meet the Press With Tim Russert'', until his death in June 2008. David Gregory hosted from December 2008 to August 2014, and as of September 2014, with Chuck Todd is now hosting the program.

Launched on Mutual Radio in 1945, ''Meet the Press'' moved to NBC-TV on November 6, 1947. It is the [[LongRunners longest running show]] in the history of television.

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Creator/{{ABC}} network ran its own Sunday Morning talk-talk tried to compete with ''IssuesAndAnswers'', with which ran from 1960-81, when it 1960-81 and was replaced by the still-running ''This Week''. Creator/{{CBS}}' competing offering was ''FaceTheNation'', which started in 1954 and is still on the air.
12th Dec '14 5:54:46 AM WarioBarker
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--> ''If it's Sunday, it's ''Meet the Press''.''

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--> ''If -->''If it's Sunday, it's ''Meet '''Meet the Press''.''
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Launched on the radio in 1945, ''Meet the Press'' had its television premiere in 1947. It is the [[LongRunners longest running show]] in the history of television.

The Creator/{{ABC}} network ran its own Sunday Morning talk-talk with ''IssuesAndAnswers''; that ran from 1960 to 1981, when it was replaced by the still-running ''This Week''. Creator/{{CBS}}'s competing offering was ''FaceTheNation'', which started in 1954 and is still on the air.

''Meet The Press'' was once described by [[{{Series/TheDailyShow}} Jon Stewart]] as "one of those shows that exists so that [[ClipShow clips from it can be shown on other shows]]".

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Launched on the radio Mutual Radio in 1945, ''Meet the Press'' had its television premiere in moved to NBC-TV on November 6, 1947. It is the [[LongRunners longest running show]] in the history of television.

The Creator/{{ABC}} network ran its own Sunday Morning talk-talk with ''IssuesAndAnswers''; that ''IssuesAndAnswers'', with ran from 1960 to 1981, 1960-81, when it was replaced by the still-running ''This Week''. Creator/{{CBS}}'s Creator/{{CBS}}' competing offering was ''FaceTheNation'', which started in 1954 and is still on the air.

''Meet The the Press'' was once described by [[{{Series/TheDailyShow}} [[Series/TheDailyShow Jon Stewart]] as "one of those shows that exists so that [[ClipShow clips from it can be shown on other shows]]".



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* NotableOriginalMusic: "The Pulse of Events", part of the NBC News suite ''The Mission'', composed by [[{{Music/JohnWilliams}} John Williams]].

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* NotableOriginalMusic: "The Pulse of Events", part of the NBC News suite ''The Mission'', composed by [[{{Music/JohnWilliams}} John Williams]].Music/JohnWilliams.
20th Nov '14 5:35:00 AM Market43Fan
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* EmptyChairMemorial: Done following the death of Tim Russert in 2008.
1st Oct '14 4:00:18 AM doubleyouteeeff
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The Creator/{{ABC}} network ran its own Sunday Morning talk-talk with ''IssuesAndAnswers'', that ran from 1960 to 1981; when it was replaced by the still-running ''This Week''. Creator/{{CBS}}'s competing offering was ''FaceTheNation'', which started in 1954 and is still on the air.

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The Creator/{{ABC}} network ran its own Sunday Morning talk-talk with ''IssuesAndAnswers'', ''IssuesAndAnswers''; that ran from 1960 to 1981; 1981, when it was replaced by the still-running ''This Week''. Creator/{{CBS}}'s competing offering was ''FaceTheNation'', which started in 1954 and is still on the air.
22nd Sep '14 6:36:25 AM doubleyouteeeff
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Creator/{{NBC}} news TalkShow, originally moderated by Lawrence E. Spivak. Last hosted by Tim Russert under the title ''Meet the Press With Tim Russert'', until his death in June 2008. David Gregory is the new host, starting in December 2008.

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Creator/{{NBC}} news TalkShow, originally moderated by Lawrence E. Spivak. Last Was hosted by Tim Russert Russert, under the title ''Meet the Press With Tim Russert'', until his death in June 2008. David Gregory is the new host, starting in hosted from December 2008.
2008 to August 2014, and as of September 2014, Chuck Todd is now hosting the program.
9th Jun '13 2:52:03 PM Market43Fan
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The Creator/{{ABC}} network ran its own Sunday Morning talk-talk with ''IssuesAndAnswers'', that ran from 1960 to 1981. Creator/{{CBS}}'s competing offering was ''FaceTheNation'', which started in 1954 and is still on the air.

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The Creator/{{ABC}} network ran its own Sunday Morning talk-talk with ''IssuesAndAnswers'', that ran from 1960 to 1981.1981; when it was replaced by the still-running ''This Week''. Creator/{{CBS}}'s competing offering was ''FaceTheNation'', which started in 1954 and is still on the air.
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