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President Obama intro opens History’s ‘America the Story of Us’

History's biggest ever TV event, America the Story of Us, has just gotten even bigger, with the announcement of a presidential introduction. President Barack Obama will open the 12-hour series on April 25, with remarks that touch on the turning points of American history and how resilient Americans have remade themselves and the nation to fit larger dreams. A statement from Nancy Dubuc, president & GM of History says, 'It's an honor to launch our new epic series about the making of America with the personal reflections of our President - a leader whose own path marks an important chapter in our nation's ongoing story.'
April 20, 2010

History’s biggest ever TV event, America the Story of Us, has just gotten even bigger, with the announcement of a presidential introduction. President Barack Obama will open the 12-hour series on April 25, with remarks that touch on the turning points of American history and how resilient Americans have remade themselves and the nation to fit larger dreams. A statement from Nancy Dubuc, president & GM of History says, ‘It’s an honor to launch our new epic series about the making of America with the personal reflections of our President – a leader whose own path marks an important chapter in our nation’s ongoing story.’ America the Story of Us is produced for History by Jane Root’s production company Nutopia.

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