What becomes a veteran newsman? Emmy Award-winning veteran reporter and newspaper columnist Bob Franken joins Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show for a look at his storied career and a conversation about the state of the news business, politics, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Election 2016.
Emmy® Award-winning reporter Robert E. “Bob” Franken has seen it all. In a career spanning 30 years plus, he’s been right there covering unfolding dramas, reporting on national political campaigns, international conflicts and major natural disasters. He has covered combat in both Iraq wars, the White House during the President George W. Bush administration, the impeachment proceedings of President Bill Clinton, the Supreme Court and Congress, and he forced world attention on the Guantanamo Bay prison camp with extensive on-location reporting. An MSNBC commentator, during a 20-plus-year career at CNN, Franken served as the network’s Capitol Hill correspondent and as a Supreme Court and White House reporter. He covered breaking news, including the 9/11 attacks and countless presidential and congressional campaigns. Franken was recently inducted into the Society for Professional Journalists Washington Hall of Fame.
Franken’s most memorable story? Well, we’ll have to ask him about that. And about that piquant wit of his that shows up in his syndicated column, Franken Sense. And maybe even about his cousin, Minnesota Senator Al Franken.
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What becomes a veteran newsman? A conversation with distinguished, legendary correspondent and columnist Bob Franken on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, June 15, 3 pm ET. For more about the show visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
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