Hedrick Smith is the winner of two Emmy awards and two Pulitzer Prizes, best-selling author, journalist and producer Hedrick Smith knows the ins and outs of Washington.
Smith was a member of The New York Time's award-winning team who produced the "Pentagon Papers" series and he is the author of five New York bestsellers, including "The Power Game: How Washington Works," which is so ubiquitous in politics, it has been touted as a handbook by many in Washington's inner political circles.
Smith has produced 26 primetime specials and miniseries for PBS on varied topics, including "Inside the Terror Network" and "Is Wal-Mart Good for America?" The specials have garnered Smith two Emmys, two Sigma Delta Chi public service awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and two Dupont-Columbia Gold Batons for best public affairs program
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|Nebraska Stories: Only in Nebraska||In the first half of the 20th century, George Norris was Nebraskas best-known, best-loved, and...|
|Art Treasures of Nebraska: Martin Puryear||"The Nightmare" (2001-2002). Martin Puryear's massive wooden sculpture, The Nightmare, is...|
|Ron Coleman Recruit 2010||Sean Callahan and Kevin Kugler discuss Omaha North player Ron Coleman and his prospects as a...|
|NU vs FL Atlantic Play of the Game||Adrian Fiala presents the play of the game during the Nebraska vs Florida Atlantic game.|
|Big Red Wrap Up: NU vs Florida Atlantic 2009||The 2010 season opener of Nebraska vs. Florida Atlantic is analyzed on this episode of Big Red Wrap...|
|Inside Art: August 13, 2010||Inside Art is a television series produced by UNO's School of Communication students which allows...|
|loopdiver: The Journey of a Dance - Full Program||The half-hour documentary follows the creative efforts of company members over a two year period as...|
|NET Sports: NET Nebraska Sports||Cody Garcia was a senior wrestler this year for Omaha Mavs. He wrestled in the 133lbs weight class...|
|NET Sports: NET Nebraska Sports||It's not often considered that a University of Nebraska football game becomes the highest profile...|
|Mid-American Money: July 2010, Double Dip?||Ernie Goss and Anthony Hendrickson are joined by Guy Cherp, VP of Cox Business Services in Omaha....|