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Bob Kur Kur

NBC News Correspondent

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WASHINGTON -- Former NBC News National Correspondent and MSNBC White House Reporter Bob Kur and veteran WTOP anchor Mike Moss will be the new voices of Washington Post Radio, Bonneville International Corporation announced. Kur will make the leap from television to radio as the afternoon drive host, while Moss leave his position as morning drive co-anchor on WTOP Radio to host the morning drive show on Washington Post Radio. Kur comes to Washington Post Radio with decades of experience.Since 1988, he was been NBC News' National Correspondent and joined NBC in 1973 as a report for Washington local affiliate WRC-TV. Bob KurAfter time at NBC affiliates in Cleveland and Chicago, Kur returned to Washington in 1978, where he worked at NBC's Washington bureau. "Bob's a solid Journalist with a capital 'J' as well as great communicator.He'll be making broadcast history as Washington Post Radio, a partnership with a world class newspaper, launches as a brand new format," says Vice President of News and Programming Jim Farley. Over the years, Kur has frequently filled in as anchor at the "Today Show" news desk, and as a substitute anchor on "Today," "NBC News at Sunrise," "Weekend Nightly News," and has been moderator and panelist on "Meet the Press."Early in his career, he was News Director of WTKO radio in Ithaca, New York. "Kur has been in television so long some folks forget Bob started his career in radio, and now he's returning to his roots," Farley says.


GOP.com | Republican National Committee :: Myth/Fact On Harriet Miers' Qualifications

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MSNBC's Bob Kur: "[I]t's Interesting To Note That The President Was Urged By Members Of The Senate Judiciary Committee, Some Of Them At Least, Not To Pick Someone Who Has Had A History As A Judge, Who Has Been In The Appellate Court System.That's Exactly What He Did. ...We Know The President Wasn't Offering Any Names From What We Were Told, So It Was A Name That Seemed Acceptable To At Least Some Of The Top Senate People That The President Consulted With."(MSNBC's "News Live," 10/3/05)Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT): "I Said The Same Thing To President Reagan, To Former President Bush, To President Clinton, And Now To This President, That Think Of Going Outside The Judiciary Monastery."(Sen. Patrick Leahy, Press Conference, 9/21/05)Leahy: "[I] Remember Having A Conversation With President Reagan When He Was Asking Some Of Us What We Thought About The Supreme Court; A Similar One With President Clinton.In Both Cases, I Said, 'Consider Somebody Outside The Judicial Monastery.'" (Sen. Patrick Leahy, Press Conference, 7/12/05)Leahy: "You Know, Not All The People Most Qualified To Be On The Supreme Court Are In The Judiciary; Think Of Going Outside The Judicial Monastery.There Are A Lot Of Very, Very Well Qualified People.It's Happened In The Past."(Sen. Patrick Leahy, Press Conference, 9/21/05)Leahy: "Some Of Our Finest Justices Are People Who Came From Outside And Then Proved Themselves On The Court.And Having That Diversity Of Thought Would Not Hurt The Court At All."(Sen. Patrick Leahy, Press Conference, 9/21/05)Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV): "[I] Had At The Table - There Were Four Of The Supreme Court Justices There - They Said That They Thought What Would Be A Good Idea Is To Start Calling People From Outside The Judicial System.I Think That's Something That We Should Listen To."(Sen. Harry Reid, Press Conference, 6/28/05)Fact: Numerous Supreme Court Judges Have Had No Judicial Experience:


GOP.com | Republican National Committee :: Blog Post - Myth/Fact On Harriet Miers' Qualifications

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MSNBC's Bob Kur: "[I]t's Interesting To Note That The President Was Urged By Members Of The Senate Judiciary Committee, Some Of Them At Least, Not To Pick Someone Who Has Had A History As A Judge, Who Has Been In The Appellate Court System.That's Exactly What He Did. ...We Know The President Wasn't Offering Any Names From What We Were Told, So It Was A Name That Seemed Acceptable To At Least Some Of The Top Senate People That The President Consulted With."(MSNBC's "News Live," 10/3/05)Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT): "I Said The Same Thing To President Reagan, To Former President Bush, To President Clinton, And Now To This President, That Think Of Going Outside The Judiciary Monastery."(Sen. Patrick Leahy, Press Conference, 9/21/05)Leahy: "[I] Remember Having A Conversation With President Reagan When He Was Asking Some Of Us What We Thought About The Supreme Court; A Similar One With President Clinton.In Both Cases, I Said, 'Consider Somebody Outside The Judicial Monastery.'" (Sen. Patrick Leahy, Press Conference, 7/12/05)Leahy: "You Know, Not All The People Most Qualified To Be On The Supreme Court Are In The Judiciary; Think Of Going Outside The Judicial Monastery.There Are A Lot Of Very, Very Well Qualified People.It's Happened In The Past."(Sen. Patrick Leahy, Press Conference, 9/21/05)Leahy: "Some Of Our Finest Justices Are People Who Came From Outside And Then Proved Themselves On The Court.And Having That Diversity Of Thought Would Not Hurt The Court At All."(Sen. Patrick Leahy, Press Conference, 9/21/05)Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV): "[I] Had At The Table - There Were Four Of The Supreme Court Justices There - They Said That They Thought What Would Be A Good Idea Is To Start Calling People From Outside The Judicial System.I Think That's Something That We Should Listen To."(Sen. Harry Reid, Press Conference, 6/28/05)Fact: Numerous Supreme Court Judges Have Had No Judicial Experience:


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