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Providence, Rhode Island

, West Virginia. By 1980, he had become an on-air reporter on the 6 and 11 o'clock newscasts. He then started to move around the country to further his career, hosting a number of weekly information and talk programs in Boston, Philadelphia, Providence (Providence, Rhode Island) and Richmond (Richmond, Virginia). He was also host of ''PM Magazine'' in Providence, RI and then in 1984 at WNEW-TV in New York City until the show's cancellation in 1986


White House

House , Meters; Common High School Track Event, perfect score on SAT :1601 – Sophie Germain prime, Proth prime, the novel ''1601 (Mark Twain)'' Shore finished her television career hosting "A Conversation with Dinah" from 1989–1992 on the cable network TNN (The Nashville Network (Spike TV)). This half-hour show consisted of one-on-one interviews with (Bob Hope), former boyfriends (Burt Reynolds in a special one-hour episode) and political figures (President Gerald Ford and his wife, Betty.) In a coup, Dinah got former First Lady Nancy Reagan's first post-White House interview for this show. At around this time, she gained a contract as television spokeswoman for Holly Farms chicken. Her last television special, "Dinah Comes Home," (TNN 1991) brought Dinah Shore's career full circle, taking her back to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, which she first visited some 60 years earlier. On January 23, 2004, Kay resigned, stating that Iraq did not have WMD and that "I think there were stockpiles at the end of the first Gulf War and a combination of U.N. inspectors and unilateral Iraqi action got rid of them." WikiPedia:White House, Tennessee Dmoz:Regional North_America United_States Tennessee Localities W White_House


Boston

television career in 1979 as a producer of the 12 o'clock news for WOWK-TV in Huntington (Huntington, West Virginia), West Virginia. By 1980, he had become an on-air reporter on the 6 and 11 o'clock newscasts. He then started to move around the country to further his career, hosting a number of weekly information and talk programs in Boston, Philadelphia, Providence (Providence, Rhode Island) and Richmond (Richmond, Virginia). He was also host of '' PM


Philadelphia

awarded him his remaining credits by counting his journalism experience as "independent study" towards his degree. Lauer began his television career in 1979 as a producer of the 12 o'clock news for WOWK-TV in Huntington (Huntington, West Virginia), West Virginia. By 1980, he had become an on-air reporter on the 6 and 11 o'clock newscasts. He then started to move around the country to further his career, hosting a number of weekly information


Washington, D.C.

male heirs. * Camp Hill in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, on which stood Storer College * Camp Hill in Washington, D.C., the location of the United States Naval Observatory Career Bush began his career hosting the afternoon drive show on WLKZ-FM (WLKZ) in New Hampshire, later moving to Washington, D.C., where he hosted the midday show on WARW-FM (WIAD). In March 1997, Bush joined WWZZ


Germany

) is a German (Germany) entertainer (entertainment), television host (presenter), comedian and musician. Raab began his television career hosting the comedy show ''Vivasion'' in 1993 and has been hosting the late-night (late-night talk show) comedy show ''TV total'' since 1999. He became well known in 1994 after composing a hit single spoofing national football coach Berti Vogts in 1994. Raab has also been the creator of a number of other television shows


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