Face the Nation:

Backstage, Broadcast, & Brunch

Face the NationSunday, October 13, 2019, 9 am to 2 pm (group to depart campus at 8am and return at approximately 3pm). Program to start at CBS News – Washington DC Bureau, followed by brunch at Stoney's on L. Round-trip transportation from Goucher will be provided.

Registration Fee: SOLD OUT

Program Description

Every Sunday morning at CBS News in Washington DC, Face The Nation moderator Margaret Brennan  (@margbrennan) welcomes key government leaders, politicians, international figures, and experts to a lively round table discussion of the latest news. This exclusive program, organized by the Sage Academy at Goucher College and made possible through the generousity of CBS News, includes a backstage studio tour, an opportunity to visit the Control Room, and a viewing of the live broadcast of America's #1 Sunday public affairs program. Enhanced discussion of current events will continue over brunch (alcohol not included) with fellow attendees at a popular neighborhood eatery.

Capacity is very limited so be sure to enroll without delay!

About Face the Nation

Face the Nation is America’s premier Sunday morning public affairs program. It is also one of the longest running news programs in television history, and the second oldest public affairs broadcast. It first aired on November 7, 1954, with Senator Joseph McCarthy as its guest. The current moderator is CBS Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent Margaret Brennan, and the Executive Producer is Mary Hager.  

Supplementary Information

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Address:
Face the Nation
2020 M Street NW
Washington, DC 20036