Vox Populi: The O'Shaughnessy Files

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INTERVIEW WITH DAVID REHR, OGDEN
ROGERS REID, GOVERNOR MARIO CUOMO,
AND GORDON HASTINGS ON FREE
SPEECH ON THE AIRWAVES

We were pleased to receive a visit from National
Association of Broadcasters (NAB) president David Rehr.
His visit to Westchester was one of the first trips outside
the Beltway for our new national leader. When David
walked into the station, we almost immediately put him
on the air via a four-way conference with some First
Amendment advocates. The discussion, broadcast live on
June 19, 2006, ranged far and wide, from the mores of
Washington to the meaning of obscenity.

Also included were Ogden Rogers Reid, president, Council
of American Ambassadors; Governor Mario Cuomo,
Willkie, Farr & Gallagher; and Gordon Hastings, president,
Broadcasters Foundation of America; on Free Speech on
the Airwaves.

WILLIAM O’SHAUGHNESSY (W.O.): It’s a pleasure once again to be invited into your hearth and home. This is a busy political season, and we have lined up a special guest from the nation’s capital. He is president of the National Association of Broadcasters, the chief advocate for every radio and television station in America: David Rehr.

DAVID REHR (D.R.): Bill. I appreciate being here, and I am experiencing, in your station, the very best of local radio, and it’s very inspiring.

W.O.: You represent …

D.R.: The National Association of Broadcasters and its 8,300 members, including 1,200 television affiliates and 7,000-plus radio stations all across America.

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