Episode 17: Living Legend Nina Totenberg on NCAA v Alston and the Supreme Court
Between the Lines: A Podcast About Sports and the Law
Nina Totenberg, the legendary, groundbreaking, pioneering, award-winning and beloved long-time legal affairs correspondent for NPR joins me to share her perspective on the looming NCAA v. Alston decision , her incredible career, and her take on the significant shift in the Supreme Court.
As a young reporter, Nina Totenberg once got a tip about a robbery underway at the local bank. When she called the bank to confirm, one of the burglars answered the phone. Her career has since taken her from covering misguided crimes to reporting on the country’s highest court. Nina joined National Public Radio in 1975 as a legal affairs correspondent and has covered the Supreme Court ever since. She joined David to talk about her journey as a reporter, the evolution of the court over the years, and her friendship with the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Nina Totenberg is widely regarded as the dean of legal journalists. She started covering the Supreme court in 1971 and became NPR's legal correspondent in 1975. We talk about breaking the Anita Hill story, her friendship with the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and her early career as a pioneer for women in journalism. This conversation was recorded from a live Zoom event for WHYY.
Interview with former President Bill Clinton; Interview with Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar; Interview with White House aide Marc Short; Interview with Admiral Brett Giroir; Interviews with Nina Totenberg of NPR, Joan Biskupic of CNN and Irin Carmon of New York Magazine
State of the Union
First, Jake talks with former President Bill Clinton about the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Then, he interviews Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar and White House aide Marc Short about what comes next for the vacant high court seat. Next, Jake interviews Admiral Brett Giroir on the coronavirus death toll approaching 200,000 in the United States. Finally, Supreme Court reporters Nina Totenberg of NPR, Joan Biskupic of CNN and Irin Carmon of New York Magazine join Jake to reflect on Ginsburg's tenure on the Supreme Court.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Nina Totenberg, an award-winning journalist, joins Navin to talk about how she chooses her battles - both personally and professionally - and how she looks at situations from other people's perspectives.
Journalism & the Supreme Court: Nina Totenberg Conversation
Award-winning NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg joins Reaganism to discuss the state of journalism in America, the institutional changes impacting the Supreme Court, and the classic Reagan story of her first encounter with #40.
Senate Impeachment Trial Begins with Nina Totenberg
For only the 3rd time in American History, the Impeachment Trial of a President of the United States began last week in the United States Senate.Legendary NPR Correspondent Nina Totenberg covered the 1999 Senate Impeachment Trial of Bill Clinton. And this week, Nina joins Katie to talk about what will be the same and what will be different in the Senate Impeachment Trial of Donald Trump. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/words-matter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.