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Dan Rather: What Unites Us

Dan Rather: What Unites Us

Presented By: SALON@615: SPECIAL EDITION

11/146:15 P.M.

Starting at $31.50

Overview

Dan Rather: What Unites Us will be at War Memorial Auditorium - November 14, 2017 at 6:15 p.m.

A Copy of Dan Rather's book "What Unites Us" is included with ticket purchase.

With a storied career that has spanned more than six decades, Dan Rather has earned his place as one of the world’s best-known journalists. He has interviewed every president since Eisenhower and, over that time, personally covered almost every important dateline in the United States and around the world. Rather joined CBS News in 1962. He quickly rose through the ranks, and in 1981 he assumed the position of Anchor and Managing Editor of the CBS Evening News--a post he held for twenty-four years. His reporting across the network helped turn 60 Minutes into an institution, launched 48 Hours as an innovative news magazine program, and shaped countless specials and documentaries. Upon leaving CBS, Rather returned to the in-depth reporting he always loved, creating the Emmy Award winning Dan Rather Reports on HDNet. Now, building upon that foundation, he is president and CEO of News and Guts, an independent production company he founded that specializes in high-quality nonfiction content across a range of traditional and digital distribution channels.

PROHIBITED ITEMS

Prohibited items include over sized bags and backpacks, outside food or drink, drugs, smoking or use of vaporizers or e-cigs, selfie sticks, weapons, face paint and face masks, laptops, musical instruments, audio recording devices, laser pens, professional photography equipment (cameras with detachable lenses) and iPads. Certain shows include additional items, these items will be posted on a sign outside of the venue entrance. Please visit our Facebook event pages for additional information.

Gift Certificates

Gift certificates are available in a variety of denominations and may be redeemed toward any ticketed performance at the historic War Memorial Auditorium as well as the Tennessee Performing Arts Center.

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