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Elegant Imagery is known worldwide as consummate wedding photographers. As experts in the wedding industry, it was an honor to be chosen to educate brides in what they need to look for in their photographer and their wedding album. You do not want to miss out on this informative episode! Sit back and watch the famous Colin Cowie with Elegant Imagery....there will be several more episodes aired throughout the year. You can also view Elegant Imagery 24/7 on Get Married.


Elegant Imagery Photography and Tom Brokaw!

It is an honor to be chosen as the photographer for such an important journalist and author of our time. We have several hundred more photos but we feel this one in particular says it all! Presidential Debate Tom Brokaw hosted the second presidential debate between Barack Obama and John McCain October 7, 2008 at Belmont University's Curb Event Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The debate had a town-hall meeting format. Brokaw hosted and conducted interviews for the History Channel's 2-hour program entitled King that aired on April 4, 2008, the 40th anniversary of the assassination of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. Brokaw is currently NBC News Special Correspondent, providing election analysis along with Brian Williams, Chris Matthews, and Keith Olbermann. On June 13, 2008, Brokaw broke into NBC's second round coverage of the U.S. open golf tournament at 3:39 p.m. EDT and publicly announced the death of his longtime friend and colleague, NBC News Washington Bureau Chief and Meet the Press moderator Tim Russert. The NBC NEWS special report announcing Russert's death was also broadcasted on CNBC, and MSNBC. Later that night, he hosted a one-hour special program on NBC memorializing Russert and hosted the following Sunday's episode of Meet the Press remembering Tim Russert. Meet The Press On June 22, 2008, guest moderator Brian Williams announced at the end of that day's show that Tom Brokaw will replace Tim Russert, on an interim basis, as host of Meet the Press, chosen to serve as moderator until the end of the 2008 Presidential Campaign. NBC has not discussed any potential permanent replacements for Russert; Brokaw has stated that he has no intention of filling the position permanently, stating that "the plan is for me to be in place until they can find somebody who can take it over on a permanent basis." Rumored candidates for the job include Chuck Todd, David Gregory, Andrea Mitchell, Chris Matthews, and Gwen Ifill.

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