From the National Press Club features a variety of NPC Luncheon Speakers, Newsmakers and other newsworthy events as well as original roundtable discussions. The 58-minute program, produced entirely by NPC members, is also available for download from iTunes. Radio stations or other entities interested in airing the program should contact NPC management or send an email to email@example.com.
January 29, 2011
104th Presidential Inauguration. Mark Hamrick 2011 National Press Club President. Swearing in by Hon. Hilda Solis, US Secretary of Labor; Hollywood Producer/Director Chuck Bowman; CBS News veteran Bill Kurtis, Mark Hamrick and more, from the National Press Club. January 29. 2011
January 14, 2011
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty Pawlenty launched his book tour for his memoir, Courage to Stand. In his book, Pawlenty tells his story of going from blue-collar South St. Paul to the governor's mansion, about his time as governor, and shares his ideas for the direction of the country and how some of the things he's done in Minnesota might translate nationally.
January 7, 2011
What can we expect during the 112th Congress? To find out listen to a lively discussion among members of the National Press Club who cover the White House and Capitol Hill. They talk about some of the key legislative issues, offer thoughts on the Tea Party and discuss the White House strategy now that Republicans control the House.
December 3, 2010
Dr. Steven Chu, Secretary of Energy, talks about accelerating innovation to help meet our energy and climate goals at a National Press Club luncheon on November 29th. As United States Secretary of Energy, Chu, is charged with helping implement President Obama's agenda to invest in clean and renewable energy, end the nation's addiction to foreign oil and address the global climate crisis.
November 20, 2010
The Kalb Report: "Scoops and Scandals: Two Centuries of Presidents and the Press" Moderator Marvin Kalb and an expert panel will examine the history of the relationship between the press and our presidents from George Washington to Barack Obama. Panelists include: Douglas Brinkley, Historian; Sam Donaldson, Journalist and Martha Joynt Kumar, Historian. The series is produced jointly by The George Washington University Global Media Institute, Harvard's Joan Shorenstein Center and the National Press Club.
November 19, 2010
The Academy Award-winning star, who won a Best Actor for his role in "Crazy Heart," spoke to a National Press Club luncheon about his efforts in a campaign to end hunger. He also reminisced about his Hollywood career and his late father, the actor Lloyd Bridges.