A decision on reinstating Pete Rose to Major League Baseball (MLB) will be made by the end of the year, said Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred to host Marvin Kalb during the 22nd season opener of The Kalb Report on September 28.
The Press and the Presidency: It’s Complicated!
The Obama administration has had a “chilling effect” on a free press and on the work of White House reporters, three senior White House correspondents told host Marvin Kalb on the latest edition of The Kalb Report.
Kalb Report: How NPR Got Its Unique Sound
The spirit of Edward R. Murrow flowed through the National Press Club ballroom in Washington, D.C., in mid-December as journalist/scholar Marvin Kalb interviewed five icons of National Public Radio about how NPR news developed and where it is heading. The event was the latest in the award-winning Kalb Report series coproduced by University of Maryland University College.
Woodward, Bernstein, and the Five Wars of Richard Nixon
The corruption of the Nixon administration was far deeper than the Watergate scandal, reporting legends Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein told host Marvin Kalb Monday night.
In a wide-ranging discussion of freedom vs. security with host Marvin Kalb Monday, New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman came down on the side of freedom for the most part.
Dan Rather, a young reporter for CBS News, was the first to report that President John F. Kennedy was dead.
A Conversation with Dan Rather on a Presidency, a Legacy, and a Day that Changed America, on the Next Kalb Report, November 22, 8 p.m.
On November 22, 1963, time stood still as the nation and the world grappled with the sudden and tragic loss of an extraordinary leader. Now, 50 years since that historic day, we remember the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy.
John Lewis, Andrew Young, Julian Bond Reflect on King’s I Have a Dream Speech
Gathered at the National Press Club Aug. 27 with host Marvin Kalb to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington and to talk about the impact of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech were three of the leaders of the 1960s civil rights movement—John Lewis, Andrew Young and Julian Bond.
Congressman John Lewis, Ambassador Andrew Young, NAACP Chairman Emeritus Julian Bond, Journalist Gwen Ifill to Join Marvin Kalb Tuesday, August 27, at National Press Club
Fifty years after the historic March on Washington, moderator Marvin Kalb and a panel of legendary civil rights leaders, journalists and scholars will explore the movement that changed the nation, the role of the press in the struggle, and how the lessons learned can be applied in the digital age.
Washington Post Editors Make their Case on The Kalb Report
Two top Washington Post editors marveled at the new ways that technology allows newspapers to tell stories at the same time they conceded they were struggling to deal with the financial pressures that are forcing the paper to continue to make staff reductions.