D.November 9, 2006. An American journalist, best known for his award-winning work on the CBS News show 60 Minutes.
D. October 17, 2006. Spent the last 35 years of his career at CBS.
Long running column in Washington Post. had to have leg amputated below knee because of poor circulation
Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on the Vietnam War
Snow was a broadcaster and newspaper columnist. After years of regular guest-hosting for The Rush Limbaugh Show and providing news commentary for National Public Radio, he launched his own talk radio program, The Tony Snow Show, which went on to become nationally syndicated. He was also a regular personality on Fox News Channel since 1996, hosting Fox News Sunday and Weekend Live, and often substituting as host of The O'Reilly Factor. In April 2008, Snow joined CNN as a commentator.
D. Jan 15th 2004 -- Biographer of jazz pianist Oscar Peterson. American who wrote for The Montreal Gazette, The Toronto Globe and Mail. CBC TV and Radio personality. Covered Hollywood for the Toronto Telegram.
Press Secretary, Kennedy administration, 79
Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr. (November 4, 1916 - July 17, 2009) was an American broadcast journalist, best known as anchorman for the CBS Evening News for 19 years (1962–81). During the heyday of CBS News in the 1970s and 1980s, he was often cited in viewer opinion polls as "the most trusted man in America" because of his professional experience and kindly demeanor. Cronkite died on July 17, 2009 at the age of 92 after an extended battle with cerebrovascular disease.
Anchor, ABC's World News Tonight from 1983 to his death in 2005
The MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour, The Story of English
Sports writer, editor and columnist; career as a writer started about 1883
War correspondent killed in WWII; 1900-1945
Magazine editor, satirist and critic of American life and culture; 1880-1956
U.S. television reporter covered six Presidents, age 86 d. 2011
Opined on 60 Minutes for 33 years, age 92 d. 2011
New York Times political reporter, age 85 d. 2011
War correspondent and Pulitzer Prize winner, killed in combat in the Pacific (1900-1944)
American broadcast journalist (1908-1965)
English-born television personality (1908-2004)
1931-2016. Reporter and correspondent for CBS news. Longest serving reporter on "60 Minutes"
American reporter and author as a member of the White House press corps from the Kennedy administration through the second year of the Obama administration
English journalist, comedian, writer, media personality and television host
Peabody Award-winning journalist. Died Nov. 14, 2016
1942 - 2019. Australian television journalist and presenter. In a career of over 50 years he hosted a number of popular current affairs programs on several networks. His penetrating style earned him a reputation as a formidable political interviewer. He was the son of Western Australian ALP Senator Don Willesee.
1990 - 2019. Journalist from Northern Ireland murdered whislt covering civil disturbances.
11923 - 2017. Known as the Grand Dame of Dish, her career as a gossip columnist ran from 1950 until her death.
1933 - 2017. Successfully lobbied the U.S. Pentagon to dispense with the "Westmoreland edict" which made it all but impossible for female journalists to cover the Vietnam War from the front lines.
1970 – April 20, 2011. British-American photojournalist. He was best known for his documentary film Restrepo, which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 2011.