Murrow


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United States broadcast journalist remembered for his reports from London during World War II (1908-1965)

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Murrow said she showed up because it was a nice day, and she was invited by a friend and member of Friends of Hendricks Park, Barbara Pickett.
Olson's narrative concludes with V-E day activities and the legacies of Roosevelt, Churchill, Winant, Murrow and Harriman still evident today.
It's time to revisit the Murrow option for US public diplomacy.
Hollenbeck ride out the attacks alone; in contrast, the network deployed a legal team to protect Murrow in the aftermath of his televised criticism of U.
Murrow "was disgusted with what he saw on prime time," says former CBS News Vice President Bill Small, who was program chairman for the 1958 convention.
And Sgt Murrow said: "We've got Christmas decorations up, but you don't want to dwell on the day too much.
Murrow -- The Best of Person to Person'' includes interviews with John F.
Murrow, and his old-fashioned radio show is clearly meant to entertain audiences listening for their weekly doses of Lake Wobegon.
BROADCASTS FROM THE BLITZ: HOW EDWARD R MURROW HELPED LEAD AMERICA INTO WAR is for any who would understand early broadcast journalism's effect on war and peace.
Clooney and co-screenwriter Grant Heslov incorporate many key speeches of the era into their tightly woven narrative, which fleshes out the battle of words and ideals between McCarthy and CBS reporter Edward R Murrow (David Strathairn), who was horrified by the senator's bullying tactics.
Against the wishes of boss Sig Mickelson (Daniels), Murrow and his producer Fred Friendly (Clooney) openly criticise McCarthy and the terrifying powers at his disposal in a series of daring broadcasts, causing massive ructions at the station.
Murrow and Senator Joseph McCarthy to address two major issues: 1) civil liberties; 2) the media, specifically television.
Although he had no first-hand experience of its narrowness, Gene Murrow summarizes the elite social tone to the early dance community: "there was some anti-Semitism prior to when I started dancing in the '60s.