Interview: Jeff Norman of The Veterans Project Previews Event at Largo
By Michele Reverte
November 10, 2010
Friday night’s lineup at Largo at the Coronet will feature Rolling Stone columnist/Griftopia author Matt Taibbi in conversation with Goldman Sachs whistleblower/It Takes a Pillage author Nomi Prins. Joining them will be LA-based singer/songwriter Michael Penn, whose live performances are a rare treat. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Veterans Project, a local non-profit committed to helping military veterans reintegrate into society when they come home. Earlier this week, LAist interviewed The Veterans Project founder/journalist Jeff Norman to learn more about the Largo event and other opportunities for supporting our veterans.
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Camp Democracy: War and the Media
Moderated by Jeff Norman
September 19, 2006
Jeff Norman moderates a forum about the media’s war coverage with Jeff Cohen (founder of Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting), Ray McGovern (former CIA analyst) and Robert Taicher (filmmaker).
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Hidden Cameras Put an Unlikely Star in Focus
By Brian Lowry
Los Angeles Times
July 12, 2002
Bearing some resemblance to Richard Deacon, who played Mel Cooley on “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” Norman hardly seems likely to become a matinee idol, yet the current demand for titillating, inexpensive television is such that he finds himself featured in two prime-time programs on different networks–NBC’s hidden-camera prank show “Spy TV” and Fox’s similar “Invasion of the Hidden Cameras,” which debuts tonight.
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