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Christiane Amanpour
Christiane Amanpour
Anchor and Chief International Correspondent, CNN

Christiane Amanpour

Christiane Amanpour

Christiane Amanpour is host of AMANPOUR and chief international correspondent for CNN. Previously, she was the global affairs anchor at ABC News. Her illustrious career in journalism spans three decades. Her international reporting began in 1990 as a correspondent for CNN where she reported on international crisis in the Gulf War, Iraq, Afghanistan, North Korea, Palestinian territories, Iran, Sudan, Israel, Pakistan, Somalia, Rwanda, the Balkans, Egypt, and Libya.

Amanpour has interviewed most of the top world leaders over the past two decades and she has received every major broadcast award, including an inaugural Television Academy Award, ten News and Documentary Emmys, four George Foster Peabody Awards, and nine honorary degrees. In 2014, she was inducted into the Cable Hall of Fame. She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, an Honorary Citizen of Sarajevo and UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador. Amanpour is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island.

Ira Bernstein
Ira Bernstein
Co-President, Debmar-Mercury

Ira Bernstein

Ira Bernstein

Ira Bernstein is co-president of Debmar-Mercury, an innovative leading media company specializing in syndication, network, cable and ancillary markets. Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury produces and distributes hit talker The Wendy Williams Show, distributes Fremantle’s top-rated game show Family Feud and social media phenomenon Caught in Providence from City Lights Productions, among others. Previously, he served as president of worldwide television distribution for Lionsgate Entertainment and president of domestic television distribution for Cox Enterprises’ Rysher Entertainment.

Richard Leibner & Carole Cooper
Richard Leibner & Carole Cooper
Agents and Special Advisers to the UTA Board of Directors, UTA

Richard Leibner & Carole Cooper

Richard Leibner & Carole Cooper

Richard Leibner and Carole Cooper built N.S. Bienstock into the most iconic broadcast journalism talent agency in the history of the industry and they continue to influence the industry today at United Talent Agency.

Husband and wife team of Leibner and Cooper pioneered and have dominated representation of TV News talent, driving the market for broadcasters over some 40 years while representing and building the careers of such icons as Eric Sevareid, Charles Collingwood, Dan Rather, Mike Wallace, Andy Rooney, Diane Sawyer, Morley Safer, Ed Bradley, Anderson Cooper, Steve Kroft, Bill Whitaker, Lara Logan, Bill O’Reilly, Norah O’Donnell, Chuck Scarborough and Jeff Fager.

Founded in 1964, N.S. Bienstock was acquired by United Talent Agency in 2014 which continues to be the market leader in TV News as Leibner and Cooper continue to represent their loyal client base as members of the B&C Hall of Fame.

Charlie Collier
Charlie Collier
President, AMC, Sundance TV & AMC Studios

Charlie Collier

Charlie Collier

As President of AMC, SundanceTV and AMC Studios, Collier oversees the creative and business operations of two national television networks, a creative studio and a series of digital, gaming and data-driven businesses.
Collier and his team have transformed AMC into a leading national network, launching iconic shows like “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad,” “Better Call Saul” and the biggest show on television, “The Walking Dead.” AMC is the first cable network to be nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series 10 years in a row.

Cesar Conde
Cesar Conde
Chairman, Telemundo Enterprises

Cesar Conde

Cesar Conde

Cesar Conde is Chairman of NBCUniversal International Group and NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises. Conde oversees the leading media properties that serve Hispanics worldwide and has been instrumental in building NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises into a world-class media company that produces and distributes high-quality Spanish-language content across a range of broadcast, cable, and digital properties. Under Conde's leadership, Telemundo became the number one Spanish-language broadcast network in weekday prime time for the first time in the company's history. He has overseen Telemundo’s transformation into an increasingly innovative media company, with an emphasis on original programming, reality television, sports, music and news.

Brian Deevy
Brian Deevy
Director, Liberty Media Corporation RBC / Daniels & Associates

Brian Deevy

Brian Deevy

Mr. Deevy is a member of the Board of Directors, and Audit Committee Chair of Liberty Media Corporation, and a member of the Board of Directors and Investment Committee Chair of The Daniels Fund. He is a founding partner and member of the Advisory Board of the Catalyst Investors Funds I-IV, and serves on the Board of the United States Olympic and Paralympic Foundation. Mr. Deevy was the Head of RBC Capital Markets’ Communications, Media & Entertainment (CME) Group. Mr. Deevy was responsible for strategic development of the CME Group’s business, which included mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt capital formation, and financial advisory engagements. He also directed the group’s efforts on behalf of clients across sectors of the communications industry worldwide including cable, satellite/DBS, programming services, wireline and wireless telecom, telecom infrastructure, Internet communications, web hosting, Internet content, radio and TV broadcasting, out-of-home advertising, publishing, software and technology. During his tenure with Daniels and RBC Capital Markets, he led the firm to more than 2,000 completed transactions in these sectors valued at over $185 billion. In addition to his financial expertise, Mr. Deevy is recognized as one of the cable industry's most prominent leaders; he was inducted into the Cable TV Pioneers and received the NCTA's Vanguard Award for Associates. Prior to joining Daniels, Mr. Deevy was with Continental Illinois National Bank. He received a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and an MBA from the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth.

Gayle King
Gayle King
Co-Host, CBS This Morning

Gayle King

Gayle King

Gayle King is the co-host of CBS This Morning, a position she has held since the inception of the show in 2012. She is also Editor-at-Large of the award winning O, the Oprah Magazine. Previously she hosted “The Gayle King Show” on OWN : The Oprah Winfrey Network which premiered on XM satellite radio in 2006. Before that, King worked for 18 years as a television news anchor for CBS affiliate WFSB-TV in Hartford CT. King has received numerous awards for her work as a journalist. In addition to three Emmys, she was honored with the AWRT Gracie Award for Outstanding Radio Talk Show in 2008 and in 2010 the Individual Achievement Award for Host-Entertainment and the New York Women in Communications Matrix Award. In 2017 she was a Variety Power of Women honoree.

Mort Marcus
Mort Marcus
Co-President, Debmar-Mercury

Mort Marcus

Mort Marcus

Mort Marcus is co-president of Debmar-Mercury, an innovative leading media company specializing in syndication, network, cable and ancillary markets. Lionsgate’s DebmarMercury produces and distributes hit talker The Wendy Williams Show, distributes Fremantle’s top-rated game show Family Feud and City Lights Productions’ social media phenomenon Caught in Providence, among others. Previously, he served as president of Disney’s Buena Vista Television, responsible for programming, marketing and all forms of television sales in the US.

Greg Meidel
Greg Meidel
President, Twentieth Television

Greg Meidel

Greg Meidel

Greg Meidel, President, Twentieth Television is responsible for distribution of first-run, network, off-network programming and the My NetworkTV programming service, having previously served as President and COO from 1992-1995.

Meidel formerly served as President of Programming and Development for CBS Paramount Domestic Television. From 1996- 1998, he was Chairman and CEO, Universal Television Group. Meidel’s extensive career included a variety of key positions as EVP and General Sales Manager at Paramount Domestic Television.

Within these key leadership positions, Meidel has been involved with some of television’s biggest hits including“Dr. Phil,”“Judge Judy,” “Star Trek: The Next Generation,”“Entertainment Tonight,”
“The Simpsons,”“Modern Family,”“COPS,”“Family Guy,”“The Maury Povich Show,” “Page Six TV” and “Law & Order.”

Courteney Monroe
Courteney Monroe
CEO, National Geographic Global Networks

Courteney Monroe

Courteney Monroe

Courteney Monroe oversees all aspects of entertainment and business operations for National Geographic Global Networks, which includes National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo WILD, Nat Geo People and Nat Geo Mundo.

Monroe is harnessing the power of the National Geographic global brand, to position Nat Geo as the world’s premium science, adventure and exploration network. She is taking big, bold, creatively ambitious programming swings that are more closely aligned with National Geographic Society’s mission and editorial, and is developed and produced in collaboration with A-level creative talent. Under her leadership, Monroe spearheaded a partnership with executive producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard launching the network’s first- ever scripted anthology series, which and was nominated for 10 Emmys. Monroe joined the network as CMO launching unprecedented marketing campaigns before becoming CEO.

Prior to joining National Geographic Channels U.S., Monroe was EVP, consumer marketing at Home Box Office responsible for HBO and Cinemax brands across all platforms with award-winning campaigns for many of their high profile properties including “Sex in the City”, “The Sopranos” and “Game of Thrones”.

Monroe’s many accolades include Multichannel News Wonder Women ( Class of 2015), The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Power 100 and was chosen a Woman to Watch by Ad Age in (2013) and Multichannel News in (2014).

Jordan Wertlieb
Jordan Wertlieb
President, Hearst Television

Jordan Wertlieb

Jordan Wertlieb

Jordan Wertlieb is celebrating 25 years with Hearst, having served as president of Hearst Television since 2013. He has management oversight responsibility for the Hearst TV stations, digital properties and two radio stations across 26 U.S. markets. He is a senior vice president of the Hearst Corporation and serves as a member of the board of directors of Hearst, A+E Television Networks, Litton Entertainment, the National Association of Broadcasters and the Broadcasters Foundation of America. He is a past president-chairman of the NBC Affiliate Board

Linda Yaccarino
Linda Yaccarino
Chairman, Advertising and Partnerships, NBCUniversal

Linda Yaccarino

Linda Yaccarino

Linda Yaccarino is Chairman, Advertising and Partnerships, NBCUniversal. In this role, Yaccarino oversees all advertising sales and market strategy for the company’s entire portfolio of premium video content, including broadcast, cable and digital. Since joining the company in 2011, Yaccarino has transformed NBCUniversal Advertising Sales. Her groundbreaking “one portfolio” plan amplified NBCUniversal’s enormous power and reach by combining the company’s broadcast, cable, and digital assets into one unified organization. Under Yaccarino’s leadership, NBCUniversal has led the Upfront marketplace for five years in a row. She also organized the industry’s first “State of the Industry Forum” as a place for top decision-makers from across the industry to have a provocative dialogue about the current state of the media business. In addition to bringing NBCUniversal “all together,” Yaccarino has propelled it into the future, solidifying its status as a technology-driven content company by pioneering a suite of cutting-edge data, analytics, and consumer targeting tools.


ABC News



“20/20” has been a proven leader in the long-form newsmagazine format for decades and is currently celebrating its historic 40th season. The show features hard-hitting investigative reports, in-depth coverage of high profile trials, unique human-interest stories and exclusive newsmaker interviews. Over the years “20/20” has produced over 2,500 episodes and has received many awards including 58 Emmys, 7 Peabodys and 5 duPonts.


Kathie Lee Gifford
Kathie Lee Gifford
Co-Host, Fourth Hour of “Today”

Kathie Lee Gifford

Kathie Lee Gifford

Kathie Lee Gifford is the three-time Emmy award winning co-host of the fourth hour of “TODAY,” alongside Hoda Kotb. The Gifford-Kotb hour has been hailed as “appointment television” by Entertainment Weekly, and “TODAY’s happy hour” by USA Today.

Prior to NBC News, Gifford served as the co-host of “Live with Regis and Kathie Lee” for 15 years, where she received 11 Emmy nominations. She was also a correspondent for “Good Morning America” for three years. In 2015 Gifford was inducted into the Broadcast & Cable Hall of Fame.

A playwright, producer, singer, songwriter and actress, Gifford has starred in numerous television programs and movies in her 40-year career. She has her own record label and has written several musicals including Broadway’s SCANDALOUS, which received a Tony nomination for Best Actress in 2012. Gifford also starred on Broadway in “Putting it Together” and “Annie.” She recently debuted three new songs, "Love Me to Death", "He Saw Jesus" and "Jesus Is His Name" with Grammy-winning, Brett James. Each song debuted #1 on iTunes. She has just wrapped principal photography on THEN CAME YOU, a film she has written, produced and starred in alongside Craig Ferguson. Gifford co-wrote all eight songs for the movie, alongside Brett James.

Gifford authored four NY Times bestselling books including “The Rock, The Road and the Rabbi”, “Just When I Thought I’d Dropped My Last Egg,” “I Can’t Believe I Said That,” and the popular children’s book “Party Animals.” This October she’ll be releasing a new children’s book called, “The Gift That I Can Give.”

She also launched GIFFT, a line of wine with the Scheid Family Vineyards in Monterey, CA.

Gifford lends support to numerous children’s organizations including Childhelp and the Association to Benefit Children, which spawned Cassidy’s Place and Cody House, named after her two children. A devoted humanitarian, she received an honorary degree from Marymount University for her humanitarian work in labor relations.

Gifford resides in Connecticut.

Gifford is on Twitter and Instagram at @KathieLGifford.

Robin Meade
Robin Meade
Host, Morning Express with Robin Meade

Robin Meade

Robin Meade

Robin Meade is the longtime anchor of HLN's Morning Express with Robin Meade, a NY Times best-selling author, and a singer-songwriter with two albums to her name.

Broadcasting from the CNN Center in Atlanta since 2001, Meade is the longest running female anchor of a national morning TV news show. Among her notable assignments: jumping out of a perfectly good plane with President George HW Bush (2009) on live TV, covering President Obama's inauguration from DC (2013) and hosting 'Ask Oprah's All Stars' at the mogul's request to help kick off the OWN network (2011). Meade has hosted the Daytime Emmy's (2013), and CMT's 'Disaster Relief Telethon'. She is the face of HLN's 'Salute to Troops' and hosts 'Accent Health' with Dr. Sanjay Gupta. She helped launch Cumulus radio's syndicated Nash brand morning show by providing its newscasts for three years (2013).

Before joining CNN Headline News (now HLN) Meade anchored and reported at Chicago's WMAQ, Miami's WSVN, Columbus' WCMH, Cleveland's WJW and Mansfield's WMFD. The Ohio native graduated from Ashland University in Radio/TV Production Performance and Programming and Political Science. She won the Young Alumnus Award (2005), was inducted into the Ohio Broadcasters Hall of Fame (2005) and bestowed the prestigious Gracie Award for Outstanding Anchor (2010) previously given to Katie Couric.

Her New York Times Bestselling book (2009) chronicled her rise over crippling panic attacks. 'Morning Sunshine! How to Radiate Confidence and Feel It Too' was reissued as a bestseller in paperback (2011).

As a vocalist, Meade has belted the anthem to millions at Nascar's Sprint Cup races in Sonoma (2010), Daytona (2012), Talladega, Charlotte (2013) and Atlanta (2016) and the NFL's Atlanta vs. New England game (2013).

As a vocalist she's performed with Darius Rucker, Kenny Chesney, Richard Marx, David Foster, Don Felder (Eagles), John Rich, Jim Brickman and The Tenors among others. She 's earned a standing ovation on the Grand Ole Opry, and was the featured guest performer at the Venetian in Las Vegas for a two-week run with 'Human Nature.'

For her albums, Meade collaborated with Lee Brice, Kenny Loggins and blues artist Keb' Mo' for 'Count On Me' (2014) which reached #29. Her debut album 'Brand New Day' (2011) featured collaborations with John Rich (Big & Rich) and Billy Dean among others, and reached #24. Her duet of 'Sleigh Ride' with Human Nature hit #14.

Meade feels strongly about such causes or foundations as 'K9's for Warriors', 'St Jude', 'Fisher House Foundation', 'Dress For Success,' 'Blessings in a Backpack,' and the 'TJ Martell Foundation' among others. She and her husband live in Atlanta, Georgia along with their three rescue pups.

Rosanna Scotto
Rosanna Scotto
Co-Host, FOX 5’s “Good Day New York”

Rosanna Scotto

Rosanna Scotto

Rosanna Scotto currently serves as co-host of 'Good Day New York.' She has been a member of WNYW-FOX 5 News since 1986.

Scotto began her career in television at WTBS, Ted Turner's UHF television station in Atlanta, where she was a reporter for two local programs and an associate producer of the station's evening newscast. She returned to her native New York in the early 1980’s as a reporter for WABC's 'Good Morning New York,' which later became 'Live with Regis and Kathie Lee.' After a year with 'Good Morning New York' and 'The Morning Show,' Scotto joined WABC-TV's 'Eyewitness News' as a reporter, where she remained until she joined FOX 5.

Having covered many major stories in the tri-state area, her assignments have also taken her to Israel, Rome and across the United States. As a reporter, she has won an endless string of coveted assignments, including the Woody Allen/Mia Farrow child custody battle, the notorious 'Preppie Murder Trial' and the trials of Joel Steinberg and the 'Swiss Nanny.' Scotto also led FOX 5 news to the forefront in getting Marty Tankleff a new trial and was granted an exclusive interview with him in jail.

Scotto has won three Emmys for anchoring the 'FOX 5 News at 10' and 'Good Day New York.' She is the winner of the 1995 New York State Associated Press First Place Award for her report, 'New York Survival Guide,' as well as three Associated Press First Place Awards, and two special Associated Press Award nominations. In addition, Scotto has received a host of honors and awards for her community service work and dedicates much of her time to the Rosenthal Center for Addiction Studies and Heartshare Human Services.

She is a graduate of Catholic University and holds a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts. In 2014, Scotto received an honorary doctorate from Mount St. Mary College. She also holds an honorary doctorate from St. John's University.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Scotto lives in the New York area with her husband and their two children.


Craig Sager

Craig Sager

TV Sports Broadcaster, Turner Sports

Craig Sager spent more than three decades with Turner, most recognizably as sideline reporter for the company’s coverage of the NBA. Known for his colorful wardrobe and even brighter personality, Sager’s enthusiasm, talent and friendly interview style was embraced by sports fans.

Craig Sager

Craig Sager

Craig Sager spent more than three decades with Turner, most recognizably as sideline reporter for the company’s coverage of the NBA. Known for his colorful wardrobe and even brighter personality, Sager’s enthusiasm, talent and friendly interview style was embraced by sports fans.

Sager spent 26 seasons covering the NBA on TNT including all of the league’s signature events – NBA Opening Night, NBA All-Star, the NBA Playoffs and NBA Draft. He also appeared regularly on NBA TV and, in June 2016, he covered his first NBA Finals through a special arrangement between Turner and ESPN.

In July 2016, Sager delivered an emotional acceptance speech as the recipient of the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance, which was presented by Vice President Joe Biden at the ESPY Awards. Sager had courageously fought acute myeloid leukemia since 2014, inspiring so many through his positive outlook and ability to embrace life in the most trying of times. As he put it, “Time is simply how you live your life.” Along with his wife, Stacy, he started the SagerStrong Foundation to raise awareness and funding for cancer research and education.

In December 2016, Sager was inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame and in September 2017 was posthumously awarded the Curt Gowdy Media Award by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

In addition to his NBA responsibilities, Sager most recently contributed as a sideline reporter for Turner and CBS’ joint coverage of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship (2011-14), TBS’ coverage of the MLB Postseason (2007-2013), and TNT’s coverage of the PGA Championship in 2009 and 2013.

Sager's reporting took him around the world to cover many of basketball's biggest events. He served as a sideline reporter for NBC Sports’ coverage of the XXX Olympiad in London in 2012, along with TNT's coverage of the 2002 World Championships of Basketball from Indianapolis, the 2000 USA Basketball exhibition tour from Hawaii and Japan, as well as the 1999 Tournament of the Americas from San Juan, Puerto Rico.

A veteran of multiple international sporting events, Sager worked four consecutive Olympics for NBC, and served as a play-by-play voice for TNT’s coverage of the 1992 Winter Olympics from Albertville, France. He also covered the 2001 Goodwill Games from Brisbane, Australia, the 2000 Winter Goodwill Games from Lake Placid, N.Y., and TBS’ 1998 Goodwill Games from New York, 1994 Goodwill Games in Russia, 1990 Goodwill Games in Seattle and 1986 Goodwill Games in Moscow. Further marquee events included the Wimbledon Championships in England, and soccer’s World Cup from Italy in 1990.

Sager also contributed as a sideline reporter for TNT's NFL pre-game, halftime and post-game shows from 1990-97, as well as TBS' Pac-10/Big 12 college football coverage from 2002-06, the Senior Bowl from Mobile, Ala., and the 1998 and 2000 Micron PC Bowls. He also served as the anchor of TBS’ College Football Scoreboard from 1982-85.

Sager joined Turner’s CNN in 1981 after handling the network's first live remote report from the 1980 MLB Postseason. While at CNN, Sager was co-anchor of the network's Sports Tonight shows and was honored with a CableAce award in 1985.

Prior to joining CNN, Sager spent two years at KMBC-TV in Kansas City, where he served as sports director and reporter and handled play-by-play duties for the Kansas City Kings, Royals spring training and Chiefs pre-season games.

Previously, Sager was sports director for WINK-TV in Fort Myers, Fla., where he was honored with the Sportscaster of the Year Award from the Florida High School Coaches Association. He also had stints at WTSP-TV in Saint Petersburg, Fla., along with WSPB-Radio and WXLT-TV in Sarasota, Fla., where he began his broadcast career in 1972. That same year, as a reporter for XLTV-TV, Sager famously interviewed Hank Aaron as he rounded third based and headed for home plate after Aaron hit his historic 715th home run to break Babe Ruth’s all-time record.

A proud native of Batavia, Ill., Sager holds a bachelor's degree in speech from Northwestern University. He walked on to the football and basketball teams and served as the University’s “Willie the Wildcat” mascot for three years.

Sager is survived by his wife, Stacy, and two children, Riley and Ryan. Sager also has three children from a previous marriage, Kacy, Krista, and Craig, Jr.

B&C Hall of Fame

Be part of one of the industry's premier events as we honor the pioneers, innovators, stars and shows who have helped build the industry. The 28th Annual Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame will be celebrated at the Ziegfeld Ballroom on October 29, 2018. Cocktails start at 5:30 PM and a formal dinner is served at 6:30 PM.

More than 800 decision makers in the broadcast, cable TV and other media industries attend each year, and our Class of 2018 will join the list of over 350 members in our Hall of Fame Honor Roll. Past honorees include Larry King, Ted Koppel, Robert Kraft, Brian Roberts, Diane Sawyer, Alex Trebek, Oprah Winfrey and many more. They represent the very best our industry has to offer and we can’t wait to celebrate with our new Class of 2018.


  • William J. Abbott
  • Jack Abernethy
  • Joe Abruzzese
  • Goodman Ace
  • David C. Adams
  • Roger Ailes
  • Chris Albrecht
  • Fred Allen
  • Gracie Allen
  • Steve Allen
  • Robert Alter
  • Earle C. Anthony
  • Roone Arledge
  • Edwin H. Armstrong
  • Gene Autry
  • Merlin Aylesworth
  • Emilio Azcárraga
  • William Baker
  • Lucille Ball
  • Red Barber
  • Julius Barnathan
  • David J. Barrett
  • Peter Barton
  • Ralph Baruch
  • Richard Beaven
  • Kevin Beggs
  • Linda Bell Blue
  • Frank A. Bennack, Jr.
  • Robert M. Bennett
  • Jack Benny
  • Candice Bergen
  • Edgar Bergen
  • Milton Berle
  • Gary Bettman
  • Jeff Bewkes
  • Carole Black
  • James Blackburn, Sr.
  • John Blair
  • Matthew C. Blank
  • Martin Block
  • Michael Bloomberg
  • Steven Bochco
  • George Bodenheimer
  • Steve Bornstein
  • Sean R.H. Bratches
  • William J. Bresnan
  • David Brinkley
  • Glenn A. Britt
  • Tom Brokaw
  • Don Browne
  • Del Bryant
  • Dean Burch
  • Dan Burke
  • Stephen Burke
  • Mark Burnett
  • George Burns
  • Raymond Burr
  • Eduardo Caballero
  • Sid Caesar
  • Louis G. Caldwell
  • Ed Carroll
  • Marcy Carsey
  • Johnny Carson
  • Bill Cella
  • John Chancellor
  • Peter Chernin
  • Dick Clark
  • Imogene Coca
  • Fred Coe
  • Betty Cohen
  • Joseph Collins
  • Italia Commisso Weinand
  • Rocco Commisso
  • Frank Conrad
  • William Conrad
  • Bob Cook
  • Joan Ganz Cooney
  • Don Cornelius
  • Howard Cosell
  • Katie Couric
  • Walter Cronkite
  • Bing Crosby
  • Bill Daniels
  • Philippe Dauman
  • Nicholas Davatzes
  • John DeWitt
  • Barry Diller
  • Charles Dolan
  • Phil Donahue
  • Sam Donaldson
  • James Dowdle
  • Hugh Downs
  • Allen B. DuMont
  • Peter Dunn
  • Jimmy Durante
  • Dick Ebersol
  • Michael D. Eisner
  • Patrick Esser
  • Randy Falco
  • Jon Feltheimer
  • John Fetzer
  • Joseph A. Flaherty
  • Michael J. Fox
  • Lee de Forest
  • Brian France
  • Arlene Francis
  • Alan W. Frank
  • Tom Freston
  • Harry Friedman
  • Fred Friendly
  • Edward O. Fritts
  • Mike Fries
  • Michael Fuchs
  • Monica Gadsby
  • John Gambling
  • Don Garber
  • Chris Geraci
  • Charles Gibson
  • Frank Gifford
  • Kathie Lee Gifford
  • Jackie Gleason
  • Arthur Godfrey
  • Gary David Goldberg
  • Leonard Goldenson
  • Peter Goldmark
  • Mark Goodson
  • Bill Goodwyn
  • Ralph Guild
  • Ed Goren
  • Irwin Gotlieb
  • Katharine Graham
  • Kelsey Grammer
  • Herb A. Granath
  • Peggy Green
  • Robert Greenblatt
  • Merv Griffin
  • Bonnie Hammer
  • Ted Harbert
  • Jack Harris
  • Mary Hart
  • Eddy Hartenstein
  • Paul Harvey
  • Carl Haverlin
  • Gabriel Heatter
  • Andrew T. Heller
  • John Hendricks
  • Ragan Henry
  • Jim Henson
  • Doug Herzog
  • Don Hewitt
  • John M. Higgins
  • Landel C. Hobbs
  • Ben Hoberman
  • C.E. Hooper
  • Bob Hope
  • Amos Hostetter
  • Harold Hough
  • Stanley E. Hubbard
  • Ward L. Huey, Jr.
  • Catherine Hughes
  • Chet Huntley
  • Robert Hyland
  • Robert A. Iger
  • Don Imus
  • Hal Jackson
  • Peter Jennings
  • Bob Johnson
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Glenn Jones
  • Raymond E. Joslin
  • Tom Joyner
  • H.V. Kaltenborn
  • Mel Karmazin
  • Paul Karpowicz
  • Casey Kasem
  • Gene Katz
  • David E. Kelley
  • Jerald L. Kent
  • Phil Kent
  • Rob Kennedy
  • Larry King
  • Michael King
  • Roger King
  • Robert E. Kintner
  • John Kluge
  • Bill Koenigsberg
  • Kay Koplovitz
  • Ted Koppel
  • Ernie Kovacs
  • Robert K. Kraft
  • Mario Kreutzberger
  • Don Francisco
  • Charles Kuralt
  • Michael L. LaJoie
  • Brian Lamb
  • John Landgraf
  • Michael Landon
  • Lou LaTorre
  • Matt Lauer
  • Geraldine Laybourne
  • Mark Lazarus
  • Norman Lear
  • Debra Lee
  • Jerry Lee
  • Terry Lee
  • Bill Leonard
  • Sheldon Leonard
  • Gerald Levin
  • David Levy
  • Fulton Lewis, Jr.
  • Shari Lewis
  • Alfred C. Liggins III
  • Peter Liguori
  • Philip J. Lombardo
  • Phillips H. Lord
  • Dave Lougee
  • Ken Lowe
  • Susan Lucci
  • Peter Lund
  • Frank Magid
  • Robert Magness
  • Martin Malarkey
  • John Malone
  • Nancy Marchand
  • Guglielmo Marconi
  • E.G. Marshall
  • Garry Marshall
  • Dean Martin
  • Al Masini
  • L. Lowry Mays
  • Deborah McDermott
  • Don McGannon
  • Judy McGrath
  • Dr. Phil McGraw
  • Judith McHale
  • Gordon McLendon
  • Sean McManus
  • Paul McTear
  • Lorne Michaels
  • Robert Miron
  • Pat Mitchell
  • Mary Tyler Moore
  • Akio Morita
  • Bruce Morrow
  • Steve Mosko
  • Tom Murphy
  • Edward R. Murrow
  • John S. Muszynski
  • Jon Nesvig
  • Sheila Nevins
  • Gary Newman
  • Agnes Nixon
  • Deborah Norville
  • Carroll O’Connor
  • Charles Osgood
  • William S. Paley
  • Chuck Pagano
  • Harry Pappas
  • Dick Parsons
  • Dennis Patrick
  • Jane Pauley
  • Lowell Paxson
  • Mark Pedowitz
  • Edward Petry
  • Regis Philbin
  • Irna Phillips
  • Robert W. Pittman
  • Richard L. Plepler
  • David F. Poltrack
  • Tony Ponturo
  • Michael Powell
  • Frances Preston
  • Procter & Gamble
  • William Lowell Putnam
  • Ward Quaal
  • James H. Quello
  • Gilda Radner
  • Jorge Ramos
  • Dan Rather
  • Abbe Raven
  • Gene Rayburn
  • Ronald Reagan
  • Sumner Redstone
  • J. Leonard Reinsch
  • Kevin Reilly
  • John Rigas
  • James O. Robbins
  • Brian Roberts
  • Cokie Roberts
  • Ralph Roberts
  • Robin Roberts
  • Dick Robertson
  • Gene Roddenberry
  • Johnathan Rodgers
  • Fred Rogers
  • Tom Rogers
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The Ziegfeld Theatre hosted Hollywood's top blockbuster movie premieres for decades, earning acclaim as one of the most celebrated venues in the world. Building on a rich history, the Ziegfeld Ballroom will open Fall 2017 as New York's most sophisticated and significant new venue.

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