Meet the Press

Meet the Press

Meet the Press is a weekly American television news/interview program broadcasting on NBC. It's the longest-running television set in broadcasting background, even though bearing little similarity to the format of the program found in its own television debut on November 6, 1947. Meet the Press is the highest-rated of the television Sunday morning talkshows. 1-1 moderators have hosted it, beginning with Martha Rountree. The existing bunch is David Gregory, that assumed the job in December 2008. The series began employing a brand fresh series on May 2, 2010, together with video screens and a library-style set with bookshelves, also different, modified intro music, together with David Gregory pre viewing the guests using a massive video screen, along with the Meet the Press theme music in a briefer"modernized [style]... the start repeated with drum beats". Meet the Press and very equivalent shows specialize in interviewing national leaders about issues of other general affairs, economics, foreign policy and politics. Within the past few decades, the program's usual timeslot over the NBC network is between 910 a.m. local time in most markets, even though this might vary by economies due to obligations by associates to religious, E/I or neighborhood information and community affairs programming. In addition, it varies weeks in the summertime due to perhaps even the Monaco Grand Prix from NBC Sports or dawn coverage of French Open tennis. Recently, the program would broadcast at pm each Sunday. The program also re-airs Sunday afternoons at two pm ET and early Monday mornings in 4 pm ET on MSNBC, together with an early Monday morning replay within NBC's"forever" lineup. The program aired as part of C SPAN Radio's replay of the Sunday morning talkshows, and can be distributed to radio stations via syndication from Dial Global.
Release: 1947-11-06
Genres: News
Casts: Tim Russert,
Duration: 53 min
Production: NBC News