John Hockenberry,
journalist

Two-time Peabody Award-winner and Dateline NBC correspondent John Hockenberry served as host of MSNBC's prime-time program "Hockenberry." The program featured a blend of revealing interviews profiling newsmakers, as well as a review of the day's top stories. Hockenberry is author of Moving Violations: War Zones, Wheelchairs and Declarations of Independence, his memoir of life as a foreign correspondent. His most prominent Dateline NBC reports include an hour-long documentary on the lives of three former AT&T employees effected by the companies' massive lay offs; a hidden camera investigation which confronted the discrimination facing the disabled community and his extensive coverage for Dateline NBC after Princess Diana died.

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