July 2011

Paula Kerger, President and CEO, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)

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SPEAKER: Paula Kerger, President and CEO, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)


TITLE: CAN PBS SURVIVE IN A YOUTUBE WORLD?


What is public television's role in a YouTube world? How are Big Bird and Bill Moyers surviving in a crowded, yet increasingly consolidated, media landscape? What are the challenges of running a public service broadcasting company amidst sweeping change in both the media and philanthropic world, especially in light of periodic budget cut threats from Capitol Hill?

Reconstructing Health Care Panel

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Reconstructing Health Care Panel

E. RICHARD BROWN, Director, UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
ANTHONY WRIGHT, Executive Director, Health Access California
JOHN KABATECK, Executive Director, National Federation of Independent Business
ARNOLD RELMAN, Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Former Editor, New England Journal of Medicine
JOHN DIAZ, Editorial Page Editor for the San Francisco Chronicle Read more »

Tom Campbell, Dean of the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley and Former Congressman (R-CA)

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Tom Campbell, Dean of the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley and Former Congressman (R-CA)

Deborah Rodriguez, Director, Kabul Beauty School; Author, Kabul Beauty School: An American Woman Goes Behind the Veil

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Deborah Rodriguez, Director, Kabul Beauty School; Author, Kabul Beauty School: An American Woman Goes Behind the Veil

Madeleine Albright, Former U.S. Secretary of State; Chair and Principal, Albright Capital Management; Author, Memo to the President Elect (1/24/2008)

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Madeleine Albright, Former U.S. Secretary of State; Chair and Principal, Albright Capital Management; Author, Memo to the President Elect




Memo to the President Elect

Madeleine Albright, the first woman to serve as U.S. Secretary of State, will discuss the necessary steps our next president should take in order to rebuild our standing in the world and ensure a strong and secure future for our nation. Read more »

Ben Stein: How Not to Ruin Your Life (1/24/2008)

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Ben Stein, Attorney, Professor, Author, Actor Read more »

Dr. Steven West, Phd Near East Cultures and Languages , Fullbright Scholar to Turkey, BA in Gov't (1/10/2008)

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Dr. Steven West,
Phd Near East Cultures and Languages , Fullbright Scholar to Turkey, BA in Gov't


Islam: Towards A New Understanding

Despite 9/11, Dr. West proposes that the fundamental struggle is between
factions within Islam, and not with America. And, for the sake of world
safety, it is urgent that the 3 great Semitic religions reach
understanding and inclusiveness.
 

This program was recorded live on January 10, 2008

Panel Discussion: Reflections on Ken Burns' "The War" (1/10/2008)

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PANEL:

LYNN NOVICK, Co-Director, The War

SASCHA WEINZHEIMER, Sacramento Witness

DAVID KENNEDY, Professor of History, Stanford University

BURNETT MILLER, Sacramento Witness; Participant; World War II Veteran



REFLECTIONS ON KEN BURNS’ “THE WAR” Read more »

Muhammad Yunus, Economist, Founder of Grameen Bank, Winner of 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, Author, Creating a World Without Poverty

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Muhammad Yunus, Economist, Founder of Grameen Bank, Winner of 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, Author, Creating a World Without Poverty