Hoover was pleased to have award winning radio host Hugh Hewitt broadcasting live from our studies March 2-6th, interviewing some of Hoover's top minds. Hugh's nationally syndicated radio show is heard in more then 120 cities across the United States and has over two million listeners. He was recently nominated to partner with CNN to moderate the Republican primary debates for the first time on radio.
Live from HoOVER
Chuck Todd On And Lanhee Chen On The Impact Of Hillary’s Email Scandal
Larry Diamond On The Hugh Hewitt Radio Show (15:15)
John Taylor On The Hugh Hewitt Radio Show (15:14)
Peter Robinson On The Hugh Hewitt Radio Show (28:00)
Ed Lazear On The Hugh Hewitt Radio Show (28:10)
John Cochrane On The Hugh Hewitt Radio Show
Lanhee Chen On The Hugh Hewitt Radio Show (38:11)
Kori Schake On The Hugh Hewitt Radio Show (15:13)
Victor Davis Hanson On The Hugh Hewitt Radio Show
To listen live, please visit http://www.hughhewitt.com/player.html.
Hugh is at Hoover as part of the Bill and Barbara Edwards Media Fellows Program, and will be interviewing a number of Hoover's fellows, including Scott Atlas, Ed Lazear and Michael McFaul.
The Office of Public Affairs seeks to impact public policy by engaging in national discourse, influencing ideas and educating members of the public, opinion leaders, decision-makers as well as members of the media. The William and Barbara Edwards Media Fellows Program allows the Office of Public Affairs to target qualified journalists, who will utilize the Hoover Institution's vast resources and promote the Hoover Institution's work, to come to campus for a week long "Hoover crash course." During the week, the media fellow meets with 12 to 15 fellows, tours the Archives and attends relevant Stanford/Hoover events. After a media fellow concludes the program, the Office of Public Affairs is intent on maintaining and growing the relationship.