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The show began when its medium — television — was in its infancy, and both have grown up together. With viewership changing and a president who is ready to declare critical coverage “fake news,” how does the “Meet The Press” keep up with the news and with the changing realities of media today?
- Chuck Todd NBC News political director and moderator of "Meet the Press"
- John Reiss Executive producer of NBC News' "Meet the Press" and MSNBC's "MTP Daily"
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