President's Lecture Series


Bettina Gregory: "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Network News"


Bettina Gregory

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Bettina Gregory was an ABC News Correspondent for more than 25 years. Her Aassignments included the White House, the Pentagon, Congress, Federal Regulatory Agencies and Presidential campaigns. Her reports appeared on ABC’s “World News Tonight” anchored by Peter Jennings, “Good Morning America” and “Nightline” anchored by Ted Koppel. Bettina has also appeared as a guest on “Nightline”.

During her last five years at ABC News, Gregory was Chief Anchor for thousands of hours of live coverage for ABC Radio Network, then the largest in the United States.

Gregory has won numerous journalism awards including the Edward R. Murrow Award for coverage of the O.J. Simpson Criminal Trial. Her biography of Hillary Clinton for the show “Biography” on the Arts and Entertainment Network won the Ace Cable Award for Best Documentary.

She Holds a Pys.D. in Clinical Psychology from George Washington University, 2002. Licensed Clinical Psychologist, State of Virginia, 2004.

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