Peter Barry Chowka Interviews. . . – a new weekly hour long segment on the Hagmann Report – premieres on Thursday September 27 at 9 PM ET (6 PM PT) with Peter’s guest live by video Skype, Stephen Gregory.

In 2004, Stephen Gregory helped to start the English-language edition of The Epoch Times, and he currently serves as the publisher of the U.S English-language editions of The Epoch Times.

Stephen has a B.A. in political science with honors from the College at the University of Chicago, and a M.A. from the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago, where he studied political philosophy.

At The Epoch Times, Stephen works with a talented team of professional reporters, contributors, and editors to direct the Times’ fair and objective reporting on national and international issues of political, cultural, and social importance.

In addition to commenting on Thursday’s news about the latest Senate Judiciary hearing on the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Stephen and Peter will be discussing the history of The Epoch Times and what sets it apart in the large and diverse media landscape today; The Epoch Times’ coverage of the Trump Administration; and the intriguing story of The Epoch Times and its reporting on Communist China.

Peter has a long history and background of interviewing leading newsmakers of our time, in fields including national politics, popular culture, and health care. Below, for example, is a screen shot of Peter conducting one of his many interviews with California Governor Jerry Brown in 1976.

Peter Barry Chowka interviews Gov. Jerry Brown (D-California), Fairfax, VA August 12, 1976.

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Watch Peter Barry Chowka Interview Stephen Gregory on The Hagmann Report – Thursday September 27, starting at 9 PM EDT.

The nightly video of The Hagmann Report, including Peter’s interview at 9 PM On Thursday Sept. 27, streams live here.

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Peter is an author, journalist, media analyst and commentator on a wide range of issues including national politics, health care, media and popular culture. He has over four decades of experience reporting for a variety of publications and media. Since May 2017, Peter has written over 150 articles for American Thinker and his work has also appeared in several other major publications. Peter also contributes feature articles to The Epoch Times.