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Former CNN Headline News Anchor, correspondent, author, and two-time cancer survivor, Bob Losure continues to be in demand in 2011 as speaker and emcee for companies including Delta Airlines, Mercedes-Benz, RadioShack, BellSouth, OfficeMax, the IT Asset Management Association, and the Outdoor Advertising Association of America. In recent years they've used his on-stage skills to interview top newsmakers including Delta CEO Richard Anderson, Walter Cronkite, Donald Trump, G-E Chairman Jeffrey Immelt, and political strategist James Carville.
In September, 2010, Mr. Losure traveled to Atlanta and Delta Airlines headquarters to moderate a televised 90-minute Q & A session featuring top Delta Airlines executives and over 200 Delta flight attendants. The webcast, viewed by Delta employees in Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis, New York, and L.A., was in preparation for a union vote by 20,000 Delta flight attendants worldwide.
In October, 2010, Bob Losure served in three roles at the IT Asset Managers Association national convention in Nashville, introducing speakers, keynoting, and doing on-camera interviews with top members of the association. He is scheduled for an encore in October, 2011, at the association's next annual event in Las Vegas.
Over the past two years, Mr. Losure has served as moderator of a two-hour global warming debate at in Tucson for 20 chapters of the Chicago area Young President's Organization, and emceed and posed questions to top-selling members of the JC Bamford organization from around the world with live interviews on-stage at The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.
In 2010 Mr. Losure gave his 200th keynote speech on winning his personal battle against testicular cancer in a dramatic evening presentation before cancer survivors at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia. He had multiple operations and sessions of chemotherapy to survive and take a seat in the anchor chair at CNN Headline News in Atlanta. His story of never giving up has been told to some of the most prestigious cancer groups in the nation, including M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston and Provena St. Joseph's Medical Center in suburban Chicago.
During Bob Losure's anchoring and reporting career at CNN, he filed live reports from the scene of many stories, including the Loma Prieta earthquake in San Francisco, Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega's capture and return to Miami, the deadly Avianca Airliner crash on Long Island, and Nelson Mandela's historic visit to Atlanta. In 2006 in San Diego, he anchored the first daily internet-based real estate TV news program, and the show reached viewers worldwide through Yahoo.com.
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