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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Bruce Seidel
Television journalist Katie Couric urged University of Virginia graduates to take risks and persevere.
Bruce Seidel is confident the future of food television won't be seen on television.
Festival founder Bruce Seidel says of the event, "It’s a way to showcase, in a positive, fun light, diversity within the food world."
Mr. Seidel said he was drawn to the project in part for YouTube's ability to create a more direct community with viewers than generally is possible with network television.