whitehouse.msnbc.com: A peak into the life of president Obama at the White HouseJune 3rd, 2009 - 6:28 pm ICT by GD
Following its tradition of many years NBC News has once more given a unique opportunity to its viewers to have an insider’s look into the life of President Barack Obama. Through its program “Inside the Obama White House: Brian Williams Reports”, NBC hopes to provide its viewers the chance to have a look at what goes on in the life of the President while he is in the midst of his administrative work and a look inside the functioning Wing. NBC News’ Brian Williams is the host of the show and there is also a segment in the this two-part series where the President sits for an one to one interview with him.
Over the last forty years NBC News has profiled six presidents, starting with Richard Nixon. Barack Obama is the seventh president to be on the show. Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush were the five other presidents to be featured on the show. NBC News hopes that the audience enjoys this unique opportunity to have a peak into the life of the most powerful man on earth, the US President.
The channel had made huge arrangements for this show with 14 camera crews stationed at the spot along with high definition cameras and different kinds of lights being arranged and fitted in the West Wing. The producers hoped to have at least 100 hours of recording after the shooting process. The program also aimed at interviewing important officials in the administration to provide the viewers with a broader perspective.
The program is scheduled to be aired on June 2 and 3, 9 to 10 pm ET.
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