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.
September 15, 2007
William R. Brody, president of The Johns Hopkins University, addressing the link between research and medical care, speaking at a National Press Club Luncheon on Friday, Sept. 7. Brody's unique back-ground links technology, medical devices and leadership of a research university with an outstanding hospital and medical school. Following a Ph.D. in electrical engineering at Stanford University he did post-graduate training in cardiovascular surgery and radiology at Stanford, the National Institutes of Health and the University of California, San Francisco.
August 11, 2007
The Speaker's address to a Club luncheon on August 7 in a speech that is being quoted heavily throughout international media. Referring to his grandchildren, Gingrich said "I believe they are in greater danger of dying from enemy activities than we were in the Cold War ... I am genuinely afraid that this political system will not react until we lose a city."
August 4, 2007
First lady Laura Bush talked about her trip to Africa and why the U.S. is interested in Africa's development during a July 25th luncheon at the National Press Club.
July 27, 2007
General Conway addressed the National Press Club at a speakers luncheon on July 20 on the current state of the Marine Corps and the dangers of prematurely withdrawing troops from Iraq.
July 21, 2007
John Snow, former Secretary of the Treasury under George W. Bush and currently CEO of Cerberus Capital Management, a private equity investment firm, spoke about the role of private equity investment in the economy, about Cerberus' pending acquisition of Chrylser, and about the need for health care reform to help U.S. manafacturing become more competitive.
July 14, 2007
The American-born Terri Irwin co-hosted her husband's popular television program "The Crocodile Hunter" until his untimely death on September 4, 2006, from a stingray barb. Since their loss, Terri, daughter Bindi, and son Bob, continue to carry Steve's message of conservation to the world and to promote Australia. Terry and Bindi spoke at a National Press Club Luncheon on Friday, January 19th, 2007.
June 29, 2007
Lou Dobbs, anchor and managing editor of CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight, has described himself as an advocacy journalist, straddling the border between journalism and advocacy. Dobbs addressed the National Press Club on the immigration debate, the two party system, changes in the news business, and even Paris Hilton as headline news.