The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) will induct five journalists into its Hall of Fame tomorrow, including Gwen Ifill moderator and managing editor of PBS’ “Washington Week” and senior correspondent for the “PBS NewsHour.” The ceremony will be held tomorrow at the Newseum. NABJ has inducted more than 45 journalists into its Hall of Fame over the last 19 years ago. Other inductees this year include TV executive Johnathan Rodgers, who began his career as a journalist for Sports Illustrated before moving to NBC, CBS, Discovery and, lastly, TV One. Also being inducted, Pat Harvey an anchor at KCBS and KCAL in Los Angeles.
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NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams has been named the host of Broadcasting & Cable’s 19th Annual Hall of Fame dinner. The dinner/”gala” will take place at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City on Tuesday, October 20th.
B&C’s Hall of Fame class this year includes:
Richard Beaven, Initiative Worldwide; Linda Bell Blue, Entertainment Tonight and The Insider; Pat Esser, Cox Communications; Monday Night Football; Jorge Ramos, Noticiero Univision; Abbe Raven, A&E Television Networks; Johnathan Rodgers, TV One; Bob Ross, CBS Television Network; Jack Sander, Belo Corp.; David Verklin, Canoe Ventures; Tony Vinciquerra, Fox Networks Group; and Jeff Zucker, NBC Universal