Vox Populi: The O'Shaughnessy Files

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BROADCASTERS FOUNDATION OF
AMERICA REMARKS OF BARBARA
TAYLOR BRADFORD, AMBASSADOR
OGDEN ROGERS REID, AND
CHAIRMAN PHIL LOMBARDO

We emceed the Broadcasters Foundation of America annual
dinner at the American Yacht Club, Milton Point, Rye, New
York, on September 20, 2005.

WILLIAM O’SHAUGHNESSY: Welcome to the American Yacht Club. Here, tonight, at the country’s most hallowed and revered sailing venue, we honor the Broadcasters Foundation and those directors and benefactors who have done so much, in so many generous and tangible ways, for the Broadcasters Foundation of America.

First of all, be assured this is not a fundraiser but only a wonderful and becoming gesture by Nancy O’Shaughnessy, who, five years ago, put together some of our New York, Westchester, and Connecticut friends to spend a delightful evening here in the Golden Apple with some of America’s leading broadcasters. We’re grateful to Nancy for this evening of wonderful food, friendship, good conversation, and Joe Claffey with Michael Carney’s wonderful society music!

And we’re glad you could join us.

I’ll introduce some of my colleagues and members of our board, and our chairman, Phil Lombardo, a little later. But first, permit me to welcome some of our other special guests, most of them known to you and yours:

The president and CEO of New York & Company, in charge of
all tourism and visitors for the Big Apple: Cristyne Nicholas!

A director of the Gannett Company who co-chaired the recent
CBS investigation, the former CEO of the Associated Press:
Lou Boccardi and his wife, Joan.

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