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Published Date: 11/9/2014
Ed Bradley was known for his work on the TV news magazine program "60 Minutes," especially for his memorable interviews: Michael Jackson, Timothy McVeigh, Laurence Olivier and many more, including his personal favorite interview subject, Lena Horne. But Bradley built...
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Published Date: 11/4/2014
It's no surprise that CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite was known as "Uncle Walter" – his calm broadcast style made him "the most trusted man in America" and a reassuring presence on our TV screens each night. He covered some of the most important events of the 20th...
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Published Date: 10/13/2014
For more than 20 years, most Americans knew what they were doing on Sunday nights: watching "The Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS, eager to see which new talent or old favorite it's host would bring to the stage that week. Ed Sullivan, who died Oct. 13, 1974, 40 years ago,...
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Published Date: 8/6/2014
Harry Reasoner is responsible for that ticking sound coming from the television every Sunday night. As a founding force of "60 Minutes," the archetype for the modern television news magazine, Reasoner helped to define the future of long-form television news. As an...
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Published Date: 7/17/2014
Legendary broadcaster Walter Cronkite, who died five years ago this week at age 92, was often cited as “the most trusted man in America.” He reported on the biggest events of the...
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Published Date: 6/13/2014
Jimmy Dean may be the only person in the Country Music Hall of Fame who also appeared in a James Bond film and made a fortune selling sausage. Dean began his musical career in the early 1950s, performing pop and country music and scoring several hits. His natural charm...
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