Hedrick Smith is the winner of two Emmy awards and two Pulitzer Prizes, best-selling author, journalist and producer Hedrick Smith knows the ins and outs of Washington.
Smith was a member of The New York Time's award-winning team who produced the "Pentagon Papers" series and he is the author of five New York bestsellers, including "The Power Game: How Washington Works," which is so ubiquitous in politics, it has been touted as a handbook by many in Washington's inner political circles.
Smith has produced 26 primetime specials and miniseries for PBS on varied topics, including "Inside the Terror Network" and "Is Wal-Mart Good for America?" The specials have garnered Smith two Emmys, two Sigma Delta Chi public service awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and two Dupont-Columbia Gold Batons for best public affairs program
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|Ron Hull Remembers: Anyone for Tennyson? with Jack Lemmon||Ron Hull Remembers screen actor Jack Lemmon as he contemplates middle age through the eyes and...|
|Ron Hull - 2015 Charnley Award Video||A look back at the legendary career of Ron Hull, whose love of history, literature, and people has...|
|Ron Hull Remembers: Anyone for Tennyson? with Henry Fonda||Nebraska native Henry Fonda gets misty-eyed when he performs a reading of Lee Benjamin's essay, "...|
|Ron Hull Remembers: Anyone for Tennyson? with Valerie Harper||Ron Hull Remembers a very young Valerie Harper, in her role celebrating the poetry of Edna St....|
|Ron Hull Remembers: Mari Sandoz||In this segment, Ron Hull Remembers Mari Sandoz, whom he had the pleasure of knowing personally,...|
|Ron Hull Remembers: Willa Cather||NET has celebrated the life and literature of Willa Cather in several productions. In the 1960s,...|
|Capitol Conversations: Sen. Burke Harr||Sen. Burke Harr of Omaha discusses sentencing reform and prison overcrowding in this edition of...|
|Video: Why a Nebraska business is flying drones in spite of FAA ban||Drones are flying in Nebraska skies for commercial purposes. One Nebraska business says it's legal...|
|Drone footage of Pioneers Park in Lincoln|
|The Omaha News: April 9, 515||Omaha News Broadcast of April 9, 2015|