Sunday, February 8, 2009

Discussion about Tony Seton

Let's begin by preparing ourselves as much as we can before every guest speaker session at Foothill. I believe there are many benefits of doing so: we will learn more about the guest speaker in the process and create greater interaction between our club members!

Here's a brief bio of Tony Seton:

Tony Seton has written, produced, directed, and reported in live and tape broadcasts for radio and television, both commercial and public, network and local, winning a number of national awards. He got started in professional communications at age 19, on April Fool's Day 1970, working as a $73-a-week copy-boy on the overnight assignment desk at ABC Network Television News in New York. During the Seventies, he rose through the ranks to become a senior producer at ABC, covering five space shots, six elections, Watergate, Barbara Walters' news interviews, and a decade of breaking news stories across North America and Europe.

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Please feel free to post any comments/questions you intend to ask this coming Wednesday at Room 3403, or issues you would like him to discuss!

1 comment:

  1. Wow, I'm surprised to see that no one has posted yet...

    I would really like to know what Mr. Seton's take is on the role that the press has played throughout our current economic crisis, and what he believes is the press's responsibility to the American people during uncertain and turbulent times.