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'White House Chronicle' to Launch 'Briefing' Programs Aimed at Trump Administration

New Administration Leads Great Promise

There is so much that could be profoundly affected by the presidency of Donald Trump.
— Llewellyn King, Host-White House Chronicle
WASHINGTON, D.C., USA, January 6, 2017 / -- WASHINGTON, D.C.,​ USA,​ Jan. 4, 2017/ EIN"White House Chronicle," the weekly news and public affairs television program, marking its 20th anniversary this year, is planning to greet the Trump administration with a series of targeted programs ​on national issues.​

Llewellyn King, executive producer and host, announced that several ​issues for "mini-series" are scheduled. These include the Gig economy, cybersecurity, infrastructure revitalization, immigration, the future of trade unions, innovative nuclear energy technologies,​ ​new frontiers in biomedical research, and the rapidly deteriorating state of the oceans.

"We will be shooting these 'White House Chronicle' mini-series as a briefing if you will, for the new administration," King said. "There is so much that could be profoundly affected by the presidency of Donald Trump. We want to put the best-informed experts ​on these issues ​on television to give briefings, if you will, to the Trump team."

​​King added: "We are very privileged by our PBS outlets in Washington​ ​-- WHUT​-TV, Channel 32 ​and WETA ​-TV, Channel 26 -- ​​​and our carriage on more than 200 TV stations and on SiriusXM Radio. We want to discharge that honor as best we ​can."​​

At "White House Chronicle," he said, "We feel there is a need to explain the back story of every big issue of the day. We are all set to do that with these mini-series on critical subjects -- and with our blend of insight and humor."

To be part of these mini-series, call Llewellyn King at (202) 441-2702; or e-mail him a​​t​ ​

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