The Smith School hosted the taping of the national television program CEO Exchange on May 2, 2006. During the taping, five Smith MBA students had the opportunity to ask questions of the shows guests, Robert Johnson, founder of Black Entertainment Television, and Bill Marriott, CEO of Marriott International Inc. There's also a great video tour of the Smith School's Van Munching Hall.
The show will air on PBS stations in June; check your local station for listings or visit the CEO Exchange Web site for more information: http://www.pbs.org/wttw/ceoexchange/
Howard Frank (left to right) with Bob Johnson, founder of Black Entertainment Television (BET), and Bill Marriott, CEO of Marriott Corporation, in the green room prior to taping.
Bob Johnson and Bill Marriott on set with host Jeffrey Greenfield.
The first 25 Smith students who came received a Fear the Turtle t-shirt, and could enter into a raffle to win a 30GB Apple iPod. The lucky winner was junior Laura Aceto.
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