Charlie Rose to moderate presidential debate
By The Dartmouth Staff
Published on Thursday, April 14, 2011
Journalist Charlie Rose will moderate the Republican presidential primary debate at the College on Oct. 11, according to a College press release. The debate will center on economic issues and will be sponsored by Bloomberg news, the Washington Post and WBIN-TV.
Reporters from The Washington Post and Bloomberg News will assist Rose in questioning the candidates during the debate.
Rose is the executive editor and anchor of "Charlie Rose," an hour-long PBS program featuring roundtable interviews with world leaders, entertainers, athletes and thinkers, according to his website.
Rose, who previously worked for CBS News, Bloomberg Televeision and the BBC, received an Emmy Award in 1987 for a broadcasted interview with serial killer Charles Manson.
Manchester, N.H., will also host a Republican presidential debate on June 7, according to CNN. The Union Leader, WMUR-TV and CNN will co-host the debate, CNN reported.