Meet the Press (1947– )

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


News | Talk-Show





Release Date:

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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One of the best news shows on television right now.
4 July 2004 | by (America) – See all my reviews

Meet the Press is an all around excellent show, the host, Tim Russert is a fine journalist that knows what he is talking about and he asks very tough questions. In his interview with George W. Bush he really laid it hard on him, he didn't let him get by with and stupid short-sighted answer he really made George W Bush think. (something Bush doesn't do very well) If you want to watch a substantive excellent news talk show this is the one to watch. This is hands down one of the best news shows on television. Watch this dude instead of other non-journalists like Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilly. Tim Russert is the read deal. I have seen him interview a number of people, including John Kerry, which was also a real good interview. This man knows exactly what he is talking about. His straightforward, sometimes incisive, sometimes pointed, but always insightful and intelligent style shows this man's immeasurable class and knowledge. This is one of the best news shows on television, and has been for a number of years. Here's to Tim Russert, a fine example of decent journalism in the era of lying FOX news.

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