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Lara Logan Talks ’60 Minutes’ On Kreiner’s Korner

Lara Logan

Well, she doesn’t actually talk for 60 minutes. It’s more like 34 minutes, but she does talk about her time on the show, 60 Minutes, on one of Jeff Kreiner’s podcasts, Kreiner’s Korner.

Among the topics discussed include her favorite and most memorable stories she’s done on 60 Minutes, stories about the Holocaust, the gorilla doctors of Africa, the story about Iraqi orphans, and the story about vets who do extraordinary things.

Kreiner also asked her about what motivates her to do the stories she does at CBS News, covering war zones around the world, and where she got the passion to cover news.

Among those who have sat down in front of Kreiner’s mic are Les Moonves, president of CBS, Harry Jessell, editor of TVNewsCheck, Jeff Fager, executive producer for 60 Minutes, Van Gordon Sauter, former president of CBS News; Sean McManus, CBS Sports chairman; Neal Shapiro, former president of NBC News; Kenny Lawrence, former local TV marketing executive and current general manager of WJHL; Scott Jones, editor of FTVLive; and yours truly.

Jeff Kreiner is a former VP and creative director at both CBS and NBC, and the author of two books, is now sitting down with television leaders and recording conversations as podcasts that can be heard on iTunes and Soundcloud.

TVNewsCheck’s Harry Jessell Talks TV On Kreiner’s Korner

Harry Jessell

Harry Jessell, editor of TVNewsCheck, is the latest in a long list of prominent television professionals to sit down with Jeff Kreiner on his podcast, Kreiner’s Korner.

Kreiner and Jessell cover some controversial issues like fake news, forced editorials and the future of network news.

Among those who have sat down in front of Kreiner’s mic are Les Moonves, president of CBS; Jeff Fager, executive producer of 60 Minutes; Van Gordon Sauter, former president of CBS News; Sean McManus, CBS Sports chairman; Neal Shapiro, former president of NBC News; Kenny Lawrence, former local TV marketing executive and current general manager of WJHL Tri-Cities; Scott Jones, editor of FTVLive; 60 Minutes‘ Lara Logan, and yours truly.

Jeff Kreiner, a former VP and creative director at both CBS and NBC and the author of two books, is now sitting down with television leaders and recording conversations as podcasts that can be heard on iTunes and Soundcloud.

Les Moonves Talks CBS On ‘Kreiner’s Korner’

Leslie Moonves

Leslie Moonves, president and CEO of CBS, is the latest television VIP to sit down and talk with Jeff Kreiner, host of the podcast, Kreiner’s Korner.

Among the questions Kreiner posed to Moonves on the podcast are:

Was there a TV program you passed on that you wish you hadn’t?
When he is home does he watch much TV and if so, what does he watch?
What is his all -time favorite TV program?
How was it working with David Letterman all those years?
How is Stephen Colbert different than David Letterman?

Jeff Kreiner, former VP and creative director at both CBS and NBC, and the author of two books, is now sitting down with television leaders and recording conversations as podcasts that can be heard on iTunes and Soundcloud.

Moonves joins a long list of legendary TV leaders who have conversed with Kreiner in a one-on-one setting to discuss their careers, accomplishments and dish some behind-the-scenes stories.

Among those who have sat down in fromt of Kreiner’s mic are Jeff Fager, executive producer for 60 Minutes, Van Gordon Sauter, former president of CBS News; Sean McManus, CBS Sports chairman; Neal Shapiro, former president of NBC News; Kenny Lawrence, former local TV marketing executive and current general manager of WJHL; Scott Jones, editor of FTVLive; and yours truly.

’60 Minutes’ Boss Talks News On Kreiner’s Korner

Jeff Fager, executive producer of CBS’s 60 Minutes for the past 14 years, talks about the show in the latest podcast on Kreiner’s Korner.

Jeff Kreiner, former VP and creative director at both CBS and NBC, and the author of two books, is now sitting down with television leaders and recording conversations as podcasts that can be heard on iTunes and Soundcloud for free.

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