Tom Brokaw LectureTue. Oct 30, 2012 at 8:00pm EDT (-04:00)
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Due to inclement weather, unfortunately Tom Brokaw will be unable to attend the lecture scheduled for tomorrow, October 30th. However, we have a wonderful lecture for you featuring His Excellency Dr. Mahmoud Jibril, former Prime Minister of Libya on stage and His Royal Highness Prince Turki Al Faisal Bin Abdulaziz, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia via Skype. We also have prepared a special tribute to the late Ambassador Chris Stevens.
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American Middle East Institute
Tom Brokaw will speak at the Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland on Tuesday, October 30th at 8:00 PM. Brokaw's lecture will be the closing event of the day-long Fifth Annual Conference of the American Middle East Institute.
Tom Brokaw has spent his entire distinguished journalism career with NBC News beginning in 1966 in the Los Angeles bureau where he covered Ronald Reaganâ€™s first run for public office, the rise of the Sixties counter culture, the assassination of Bobby Kennedy and the 1968 presidential campaign.
From Los Angeles, Brokaw went to Washington as the White House correspondent during Watergate and as the principal back up for John Chancellor as anchor of NBC Nightly News. Next stop: New York and TODAY followed by his appointment as anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw.
He took over Meet the Press for the 2008 campaign when his close friend and colleague Tim Russert died.
In addition to his daily news gathering responsibilities, Brokaw reported on more than thirty documentaries covering subjects ranging from AIDS, Los Angeles gangs, race, education, medicine, immigration and global warming.
He has an impressive list of firsts, including the first interview with Mikhail Gorbachev; the first network report on human rights abuses in Tibet accompanied by an exclusive interview with the Dali Lama; the only American network anchor to report from Berlin the night the Berlin wall came down.
In 1998 Brokaw published his first book, The Greatest Generation, one of the most popular non-fiction books of the 20th century. He followed that with five other books, including BOOM! Voices Of The Sixties and, most recently, The Time Of Our Lives.
He is also a popular essayist for publications ranging from The New York Times to Rolling Stone and a wide assortment of other periodicals and newspapers.
Brokaw has won every major award in his craft, including Peabody, Duponts, Emmys and lifetime achievement recognition.
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