December 1, 1963 - April 12, 1964
Mostly forgotten but substantive weekly local late night half hour program which aired at different times (11:00 pm,11:30 pm, midnight, and 12:30am) Sunday on WOR. A similar format to Meet the Press. After 18 weeks WOR went back to televising late night movies.
News director of WOR TV is the moderator. Each Sunday night three distinguished opinion makers give editorials on a given subject.
Tonight our opinion makers are:
Joseph Newman (permanent panel member) of the New York Herald Tribune, Richard Hunt, New York Times political correspondent, and William Ryan, Associated Press special correspondent.
Tonight's discussion begins related to President Lyndon Baines Johnson's first week in office immediately following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, November 22nd.
An analysis of 1970s headline-making events and a forecast of the year to come. The 12 news correspondents (linked by satellite) reviewing the issues : Sander Vanocur, Herbert Kaplow and Richard Valeriani in Washington, Fred Briggs, Jack Perkins, and Steve Delaney in Chicago, Ray Scherer, Douglas Kiker, and Garrick Utley in London, and John Rich and Richard Hunt in Tokyo. John Chancellor in New York is the anchorman.