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On the Record

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On the Record

Bob Dotson - Entire Interview

THE ENTIRE UNEDITED VERSION OF THE INTERVIEW. Bob Dotson discusses the art and craft of storytelling with Dick Pryor in this one on one interview. Bob Dotson started his career at WKY-TV in Oklahoma City. While there he won a National Emmy Award for his documentary "Through the Looking Glass Darkly". After 19 documentaries Bob left Oklahoma City to work for NBC. He is currently a reporter for NBC's "Today" Show where he travels across the country looking for the "American Story".

Originally broadcast on December 12, 2013


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On the Record

Bob Dotson - Program

Bob Dotson discusses the art and craft of storytelling with Dick Pryor in this one on one interview. Bob Dotson started his career at WKY-TV in Oklahoma City. While there he won a National Emmy Award for his documentary "Through the Looking Glass Darkly". After 19 documentaries Bob left Oklahoma City to work for NBC. He is currently a reporter for NBC's "Today" Show where he travels across the country looking for the "American Story".

Originally broadcast on December 12, 2013


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On The Record

Judy Woodruff

Dick Pryor interviews PBS NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff about her work as a broadcast journalist. Woodruff has covered politics and other news for more than three decades at CNN, NBC and PBS. After returning to the NewsHour in 2007 as a senior correspondent, she now regularly co-anchors the newly redesigned PBS NewsHour. For 12 years, Woodruff served as anchor and senior correspondent for CNN, anchoring the weekday political program, “Inside Politics.” Woodruff also plays a central role in the network’s political coverage and other major news stories.

Originally broadcast on August 23, 2013


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On the Record

Brian Lamb On the Record

The founder and longtime CEO of C-SPAN discusses how he made his vision of a national network devoted to government and politics a reality. This pioneer of cable television tells the story of C-SPAN and its effect on politics, government and journalism for more than 33 years. Dick Pryor speaks with Brian Lamb on this installment of On the Record.

Related Topics: Film & Television, Politics, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on March 21, 2013


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On The Record

Ken Burns On The Record

Award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns sits down with OETA's Dick Pryor to discuss his latest documentary, "The Dust Bowl,' upcoming projects, and the thrill of filming America's history.

Related Topics: History, Film & Television, Fine Arts, Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on September 23, 2012


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On the Record

Bill Moyers On the Record

Born in Hugo, Bill Moyers spent his first three years in Oklahoma and maintained close ties to the state even after his family moved south of the Red River to Marshall, Texas. With degrees in journalism and divinity, the ordained Baptist minister served as Deputy Director of the Peace Corps, Press Secretary for President Lyndon Johnson, and publisher of Newsday before beginning his broadcast career in 1971. Now, 40 years and more than 30 Emmy Awards later, Moyers returns to Oklahoma to talk about the media and the journalism profession in a one-on-one interview with Dick Pryor. During his broadcast journalism career Moyers has served as chief correspondent for CBS Reports and senior news analyst for CBS News; host of Bill Moyers Journal and Now with Bill Moyers; and host of acclaimed programs including The Power of Myth, A World of Ideas, Healing and the Mind, and Amazing Grace. Bill Moyers On the Record is the latest in a series of award-winning OETA original productions featuring interviews with influential American journalists.

Originally broadcast on January 5, 2012


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Mike Boettcher

Julia Child and Gordon Ramsay

Who knew?! Mike Boettcher loves to cook! He once spent a day with Julia Child, and now dreams of cooking with Gordon Ramsay!

Related Topics: Film & Television, Food, Cooking

Originally broadcast on September 6, 2010


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Mike Boettcher

Global Hot Spots

Boettcher believes that the War on Terrorism is here to stay, and that America needs to set the example for the rest of the world.

Related Topics: World, War & Conflict, National Security, Global Affairs, Media, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on September 6, 2010


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Mike Boettcher

Making a Difference

By telling people's stories, Boettcher says, you can change people's lives and have an impact on history.

Related Topics: Global Affairs, Media

Originally broadcast on September 6, 2010


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Mike Boettcher

International Reporting

How news from half the world away can affect us all.

Related Topics: Media & Technology, National Security, Global Affairs, Media, Communications & Media

Originally broadcast on September 6, 2010