- Speaking Freely - 20100517 - Richard Straus

 

Richard L. Strauss served as the nation's first-ever White House Radio Director, holding the position for three years (1993-1995) during the first term of the Clinton Administration. In this newly developed role, Strauss created and implemented radio communications strategy for the Executive Office of the President, in addition to coordinating, producing, and syndicating President Clinton’s weekly Saturday morning radio address.