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Bob Losure, former CNN anchor and cancer survivor continues to captivate audiences. Get the latest from a man who upholds the tradition of an unbiased Journalist, former national news anchor Bob Losure…
“You really had the audience in the palm of your hand as emcee, Bob!”
Bob Losure has spent many years in the media spotlight, moderating gubernatorial and congressional debates, and asking the tough questions to politicians.
Bob’s programs gives an up-to-the-minute assessment of where the polls stand, and a look at what Americans are worried about.
Bob gives you his no-holds-barred opinion on which news organizations, which reporters, which anchors carry hidden agendas, and ones are truly probing beneath all the hype to get the real stories.
Losure hosts a press conference for media members, emceed a conference for 1,200, and moderated a question-and-answer session.
Losure reached a milestone of 200 emcee and speaking appearances.
The broadcast veteran in great demand for firms like Mercedes, BellSouth, RadioShack, and OfficeMax, and associations like the Outdoor Advertising Association of America.
Bob has interviewed top newsmakers including Walter Cronkite, Donald Trump, and General Electric Chairman Jeffrey Immelt, and has emceed several political debates.
Losure’s appearances have taken him literally around the world emceeing the conferences.
His appearances focusing on his own cancer survival story.
His schedule included the National Cancer Survivor’s Day celebration at JFK Medical Center, and the International Oncology Conference.
He has hosted a panel on global warming for the Young President’s Organization (YPO), World Presidents Organization (WPO)
Bob’s autobiography, Five Seconds To Air, detail his fight against cancer and some humorous tales of live-broadcasts-gone-wrong.
Bob inspires his audience with as look at how his successful fight against testicular cancer taught him some invaluable life lessons, since he survived multiple operations and chemotherapy.
The evolution of branding looks at how Bill O’Reilly, Lou Dobbs, Keith Olbermann and others are now giving a hard edge to opinion-driven news.
Bob is a member of the Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
Bob was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award, and became only the second national television news anchor to receive the national fraternity’s highest alumni honor, The Order of West Range, joining former ABC news veteran Ted Koppel.
Bob Losure a Headline News anchor, he brings a good deal of credibility, which are puntuated with humor from years of doing live television.
He is an testicular cancer survivor, and the cancer he had actually forced him out of his local TV anchoring job and propelled him to seek and get the anchoring slot at CNN Headline News, where he anchored for many years.