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Anderson Cooper

Host of CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper is the anchor of Anderson Cooper 360°, an unconventional and wide-ranging CNN news program. His many years as a journalist have led him to anchor several live, breaking news stories for CNN, and he recently reported from New Orleans for several days following Hurricane Katrina

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Bill Walton

Basketball Legend, Broadcaster, Humanitarian

Walton speaks about the secrets of world-class performance, personal and organizational excellence, and how he overcame nearly impossible odds – on the court and off – to persevere and win. As entertaining as he is insightful, Walton is widely considered one of the best speakers from the world of sports.

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Bob Dotson

NBC News Correspondent, American story with Bob Dotson

NBC News Correspondent Bob Dotson has a unique approach. For more than three decades, he’s traveled this country finding stories of people who are practically invisible, the ones who quietly change our lives, but don’t send out press releases.

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Bob Edwards

Host of the bob Edwards Show

In a career that has lasted more than 30 years, Bob Edwards has interviewed nearly 20,000 news makers. Born May 15, 1947 in Louisville, Kentucky, Edwards spent the early part of his career as a newscaster for Indiana station WHEL/New Albany, followed by a stint in Korea with Armed Forces Radio and Television. Edwards was working for WTOP/Washington when he joined National Public Radio in 1974. Later that year, Edwards was asked to join Susan Stamberg as co-host of a new NPR news program, All Things Considered.

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Catherine Crier

Host, Catherine Crier Live, Award-Winning Journalist and New York Times Bestselling Author

An Emmy, duPont-Columbia, and Gracie Allen award-winning journalist and the youngest state judge to ever be elected in Texas, Catherine Crier joined Court TV’s distinguished team of anchors in November 1999.

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Charles Krauthammer

Journalist and political commentator

In his speeches, Charles Krauthammer breathes new life into tired debates, offering clear and compelling arguments that everyone else overlooks and challenging conventional wisdom. An incisive thinker, he is a strong voice offering new perspectives on international affairs, U.S. politics, foreign policy and culture. He is widely known as a conservative, but he is also unorthodox to the core.[

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Chris Berman

ESPN lead talent; Hosts Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown; Play-by-play for MLB coverage. 6-time Sportscaster of the Year

In October 1979 — one month after its inception — ESPN hired a little known 24-year-old sports anchor named Chris Berman. For the next quarter century and running, Berman has become one of America’s most respected, popular, and in many ways, most beloved sportscasters of his era.

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Christine Dumas

Medical and Lifestyle Reporter and Author

A seasoned television news reporter, Christine Dumas is one of America’s most trusted television personalities. She shows audiences how to live more successful, happier and more engaging lives.

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Connie Dieken

Expert on Influential Communication and Leadership, TV Broadcaster, and Author

For more than 20 years, Connie Dieken dedicated herself to journalism as a television news anchorwoman, reporter, broadcast personality, and talk show host, including co-hosting The Morning Exchange, America’s longest running television talk show.

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Cris Carter

Fox Sports & ESPN Football Analyst; Former NFL Receiver

For 15 years, Cris Carter turned heads and ran for the long passes as one of the top wide receivers in the National Football League. After his career on the field wrapped up, he parlayed his football experience into a second career as an analyst for major pigskin events.

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