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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|Boys Town - Building Families||Boys Town - Building Families Produced by NET Television's Joe Turco|
|A Street of Dreams||From 1994. Throughout its history, Omaha's near north side has been the neighborhood that...|
|Nebraska Historical Marker Dedication DeWitty April 12, 2016||Nebraska Historical Marker Dedication DeWitty April 12, 2016 Time-lapse by NET.|
|Governor Ricketts' 2017 State of the State Address||Governor Ricketts delivers the 2017 State of the State Address to members of the Legislature.|
|Big Red Wrap-Up: Bowl Game Recap, 1616||Hosts recap Nebraska's bowl game with guest co-host Steve Sipple and special guest Dirk Chatelain...|
|Backyard Farmer: Lifestyle Gardening, 402||Lifestyle Gardening host Kim Todd focuses on a wide variety of gardening topics including getting...|
|Consider This: Farm to Table , 2011||Farm to Table Host: Cathy Wyatt Guests: Tracie Jackson | Dietitian, Nebraska Medicine Paul...|
|Restless Prairie||"Restless Prairie" features Nebraska's unique natural history. Hidden in Nebraska's landscape is a...|
|Nebraska Stories: The DeWitty Settlement, 801||DeWitty was the longest lasting, most successful black settlement in Nebraska. Located near the...|
|Nebraska Stories: Cosmic Films, 801||While he was growing up Bill Hedges worked as a projectionist at his small town’s movie theater....|