NBC News Correspondent Bob Dotson launched his professional journalism career at WKY-TV (now KFOR-TV) in Oklahoma City in 1969. After six years as Special Projects Director, he moved to NBC News with stops in Cleveland, Dallas, Atlanta and eventually, New York. But it has been the American road where Bob has made his mark, producing thousands of stories of real people from every state and around the world.
His long-running series, "American Story with Bob Dotson," is a regular feature on the TODAY show. Bob has won eight national Emmy Awards and six Edward R. Murrow Awards for writing. He discusses his career as a storyteller with Dick Pryor in Bob Dotson On the Record, which debuts December 12th at 7:00 p.m.
Bob Dotson On the Record is the latest in a series of award-winning OETA original productions featuring in-depth interviews with influential American journalists.