ATV Correspondent Elizabeth Morton sits down with Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to discuss women in the workplace.
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ATV correspondent Michaela Amos sat down with Corey Harris and Jack Rowles from comedy group The Capitol Steps before their 2015 show at American University. Hear what they have to say about impersonations, politics, and comedy.
ATV Correspondent Benjamin Fall sat down with Former Governor Martin O'Malley to talk about 2016 aspirations, immigration policy, and his time in Maryland.
ATV correspondent Emily Jeffers sat down with Geena Davis to discuss women's activism and gender representation in film and media.
ATV Special Broadcast correspondent Katerina Erbiti sat down with Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and filmmaker José Antonio Vargas.
Correspondent Abi Weaver had the chance to sit down with Political Strategist David Plouffe. Check it out here!
ATV Special Broadcast Correspondent Leila Nasser had the chance to talk music, videos, and career with the duo Karmin.
Courtesy of KPU, ATV sat down with Lilly Ledbetter.
ATV News Reporter Monika Fidler interviews former Vice President Dick Cheney on his life, his career in politics, and his controversial vice presidency.
Correspondent Monika Fidler sat down with Dr. Ron Paul and discussed college students in politics, the future of libertarian movement, and the Federal Reserve.
From 2009 through early 2013, Jon Favreau served as the director of Speechwriting for President Barack Obama, a role he also played for the President during the 2008 presidential campaign. Favreau began writing with President Obama in 2005, when he started his first term as a U.S. Senator. Prior to that, Favreau served as deputy director of Speechwriting for John Kerry during his 2004 presidential campaign.
ATV’s Krystal Foster sits down with Washington Post Blog editor Ezra Klein on September 26th, 2013.
Madeline Turrini and Geet Jeswani sit down with OK Go to discuss music, their videos, and whether they prefer banjos to ukuleles.
This week in ATV News: Rachel Maddow visits AU. The undergraduate senate votes to increase funding to the KPU and the Student Union Board. AU hosts another successful Campus Beautification Day. Voting set to take place this week on what sorority will be coming to campus next semester. And ATV interviews Miss US International 2012.
On this episode of ATV Special Broadcast, Ryan Stanley interviews former Governor of Minnesota Tim Pawlenty, and Neeti Upadhye interviews filmmakers Pamela Yates and Richard Kinoy about their documentary film Granito: How to Nail a Dictator.
Geet Jeswani and Anna Kark cover the fiscal cliff, the new legislature, the “Petreaus incident” and post-election analysis. Geet brings back the whiteboard to break down some electoral details, and Anna interviews Gina Christo about historic queer victories in this year’s election. Our own James Connors attended a press conference President Obama held.
On this episode of ATV Special Broadcast: Political activist Tom Hayden sits down with Shefali Kapadia to discuss the 50th anniversary of the Port Huron statement and the recent Occupy movement, and Anthony Martinez and Nicholas Kristof talk about Kristof’s work abroad.
Monika Fidler interviews professor and social activist Angela Davis.
Anna Kark hosts a special report covering this year’s Student Government election and the presidential candidates, ahead of the 2012 SG Presidential Debate. This report is a co-production of ATV News and Capitol Politics.
Anthony Martinez interviews former Press Secretary Robert Gibbs during his visit to American University in Washington, DC. They talk about the current political climate surrounding the Obama Administration.