28,429Jun 19, 2009
2009 Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner
President Obama delivered a humorous speech about the role of media in American society, commenting on his administration’s policies and foibles as well as the practice of journalism. At ...
17Jul 10, 2007
U.S. Policy Toward Iraq
Mr. Pergram spoke via telephone about Senate debate over future policy in Iraq.
10,664Mar 29, 2006
2006 Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner
The Radio and Television Correspondents Association held their 62nd annual dinner at the Washington Hilton. The event included remarks by Vice President Cheney, entertainment by impressionist ...
19Dec 13, 2005
Mr. Pergram spoke about the legislative agenda and congressional schedule prior to their annual holiday recess.
32May 31, 2001
Covering Washington Social Society
The panelists described the social side of Washington, DC, including how correspondents cover the Washington social atmosphere. Moderator Pergram is an adjunct professor with Miami University ...
28May 30, 2001
The Media and the Florida Election Dispute
Moderator Pergram is an adjunct professor with Miami University of Ohio’s Washington Program for communication and political science students.
27May 30, 2001
The Media and Political Commentary
Political columnists and others talked about media commentators and their influence in news coverage. After their remarks they answered questions from the audience of students.
35May 16, 2001
Message Strategy and Media Management
The panelists described the ways spokespersons for politicians and organizations attempt to manage the media and get out their messages, agendas and ideas. After their prepared remarks they ...
29Dec 22, 1996
Road to the Capital
Senator-elect Johnson and his staff were shown in the transition from House of Representatives office to Senate office. Senator Coats announced this week that he would retire at the end of his ...
10Sep 11, 1996
Open Phones: Prime Minister Speech
Following the Irish Prime Minister’s speech to the Joint Meeting of Congress, C-SPAN opened its phones to take viewer calls and reactions.