Meet the Press (1947– )

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If it's Sunday, it's "Meet the Press".


News | Talk-Show





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6 November 1947 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Meet the Press with Tim Russert  »

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(1947-13 September 1992) | (20 September 1992-present)

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1.33 : 1
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Originally began on radio in 1945. See more »


Himself - Moderator: If it's Sunday, it's "Meet the Press."
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Referenced in The West Wing: Ellie (2001) See more »

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A Sunday ritual. If it's Sunday then watch NBC's "Meet the Press"
3 April 2007 | by (Petersburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

Over the years this TV news program has became a must watch for millions on Sundays almost like a ritual, "Meet the Press" remains one of the best and most updated and informative news programs in the business! Always the one hour program is done in a debate style type which both guests discuss the same issues. The issues discussed are the most up to date like the Iraq war, terrorism, the economy, justice and court issues, immigration, and political elections. And the viewer gets to hear from both sides of the spectrum as views from the democrats and republicans are both represented. Many times a panel of journalists from top magazines and newspapers around the country join to give their thought and opinions. I must say the program is hosted beautifully by Time Russert who's a veteran of news and politics who always asks the politicians the tough questions, he's so straight forward and does his job with eagerness, and determination and seems happy and Tim is just a great interviewer. Overall this program always stays on top and up to date every week of the most hot button issues and political topics and it asks the tough questions and the opinions giving are good with interviews done from a good host. So if it's Sunday and it's NBC then make it an American ritual like millions and watch "Meet the Press"

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