Optional category descriptions like this appear on the archive page!
Sep 07 2011
With kids wailing and the to-do list piling up, relaxing may prove an elusive ideal. Guest host Jacki Lyden discusses work-life balance with Chris Licht, vice president of programming at CBS News and author of What I Learned When I Almost Died; Arnoldo Borjo, a community organizer for the Legal Aid Justice Center in Northern Virginia; and Bertice Berry, sociologist, lecturer and author of A Year to Wellness.
Click here to hear or read a transcript of the interview at www.NPR.org.
Aug 24 2011
Aug 10 2011
Author Chris Licht visited the KCAL 9 studios Wednesday to talk about his near-death experience.
Jul 05 2011
Q&A: TV Exec Chris Licht on His Near-Death Experience
By Andrea Sachs
As the co-creator and executive producer of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Chris Licht was used to fast-breaking news. But he never expected to become the headline himself. On April 28, 2010, what began as a regular day at work ended in the emergency room at George Washington University Hospital after Licht, then 38, suffered a brain aneurysm. He tells the story in his compelling new book, What I Learned When I Almost Died: How a Maniac TV Producer Put Down His BlackBerry and Started to Live His Life. TIME spoke with Licht, recently named vice president of programming at CBS News, about his life-changing experience.