2005: This Year’s Interviews

By Brian 

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> Dec. 15: Keith Summa, producer, Peter Jennings Productions

> Dec. 13: Jon Klein, CNN/U.S. president

> Dec. 5: Jon Banner, executive producer, World News Tonight

> Dec. 1: Steve Capus, NBC News president

> Nov. 29: Rome Hartman, executive producer, CBS Evening News

> Nov. 21: James Goldston, executive producer, Nightline

> Nov. 16: Mark Hoffman, CNBC president

> Oct. 24: Chad Myers, CNN severe weather expert

> Sept. 14: Juliet Huddy, co-host of DaySide

> Sept. 14: Jon Klein, president, CNN/U.S.

> Aug. 21: David Ensor, CNN national security correspondent

> Aug. 1: Jeff Gralnick, NBC News special consultant

> July 29: Carlson and MSNBC president Rick Kaplan

> June 25: Al Hunt, Capital Gang panelist

> June 13: Tucker Carlson, MSNBC host

> June 6: Zain Verjee, anchor, CNNI’s Your World Today

> June 2: Kevin Magee, senior VP of Fox News Radio

> Apr. 18: John King, CNN’s chief national correspondent

> Apr. 7: Shep Smith, FNC anchor, in Rome

> Mar. 22: Gloria Borger, national political correspondent, CBS News

> Feb. 7: Mark Hoffman, CNBC president

> Jan. 13: Bill Shine, Fox News senior vice president of programming

> Jan. 10: Linda Mason, CBS Senior VP For Standards & Special Projects

> Jan. 6: Kevin Magee, senior VP of Fox News Radio

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