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Citizens' Forum is a Canadian current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television from 1955 to 1962.
The Forum is a Public-access television cable TV debate show, tackling hot topics and featuring feedback from Columbia College Chicago students. Hosted by Broadcast Journalism student Frankie Jupiter, The Forum puts four panelists to analyze interviews with fellow students, while debating and discussing topics.
Georgetown University Forum is an American radio talk show broadcast as free content for National Public Radio member stations, for Armed Forces Radio, and for Voice of America. It has existed since the 1940s, and in the 1950s was a television program on now-defunct DuMont Television Network.
The Civil Forum on the Presidency was the venue of back-to-back interviews of U.S. presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama by pastor Rick Warren on August 16, 2008, at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California.
New York Times Youth Forum was a public affairs program, sponsored by The New York Times and aired Sundays at 5pm EST on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network from September 14, 1952 to June 14, 1953. The host was Dorothy Gordon, who continued to host the show on WABD from the time the network closed in 1956 until 1958 when it moved to WRCA-TV. The Times dropped sponsorship in 1960, at which point radio simulcasts moved from WQXR to WNBC. Thereafter, Gordon continued the show as Dorothy Gordon's Youth Forum, winning a Peabody Award in 1966. Gordon continued to host the show until her death in 1970.
The Visible Vote ’08: A Presidential Forum aired live on August 9, 2007 on the TV channel Logo. It was the first-ever live televised forum with U.S. Presidential candidates discussing solely LGBT-related issues. Logo co-sponsored the event, the first live one in its history, with the Human Rights Campaign.
The American Forum of the Air, hosted by Theodore Granik, was a public affairs panel discussion program, the first series of its kind on radio. It aired on the Mutual Broadcasting System and NBC from 1934 to 1956. Notable guests, such as Franklin D. Roosevelt
High school and college students have the opportunity to ask questions to major figures in the world of politics, business, and international affairs.