Join us for a special evening with CBS' Bob Schieffer, the dean of television journalists! | Beaufort County Now | On April 17th NC SPIN, North Carolina's only independently produced statewide TV and radio talk show celebrates our 700th show with a delightful evening with Bob Schieffer and we would LOVE for you to join us!

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Press Release:

    On April 17th NC SPIN, North Carolina's only independently produced statewide TV and radio talk show celebrates our 700th show with a delightful evening with Bob Schieffer and we would LOVE for you to join us!

    Come meet Bob Schieffer, host of CBS TV's Face the Nation, who Time Magazine calls "the gold standard of sane and solid in American TV journalism", who will headline our event.

    Schieffer will talk about his experiences working with legendary newsmen like Walter Cronkite, Harry Reasoner and Eric Severeid, as well as sharing his insights into today's social media, 24-7 cable
outlets and the explosion of Internet information. Hear Scheffer's wisdom on the 2012 elections Meet your favorite NC SPIN panelists who will share their insights into NC's elections Be among the first
to receive a complimentary copy of Tom Campbell's new book and another special NC SPIN momento Enjoy great food, fun and information.

    We hope you can join us Tuesday, April 17th 6:45 pm Bay 7 of the American Tobacco Complex in Durham Tickets:

    Individuals $110
    Couples        $200

    Tickets and admission to a VIP reception:

    Individuals $145
    Couples         $250

    Table sponsors and other underwriting opportunities are available.

    For more information or to reserve your tickets, visit NCSPIN.COM call (919) 832-1416 or e-mail

    "I sincerely hope you will join Bob Schieffer, the NC SPIN family and me as we commemorate 14 years of discussion of North Carolina public policy issues. Thank you in advance for your support."
-Tom Campbell, creator and producer of NC SPIN
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