Murrow


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Noun1.Murrow - United States broadcast journalist remembered for his reports from London during World War II (1908-1965)
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Murrow Award for best radio news documentary by the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA).
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Murrow Awards, which recognize outstanding work produced by radio, television and online news organizations around the world.
Murrow - the July Q&A has a touch of everything:
Murrow, had raised expectations that radio, already a mature medium, could usher in a kind of journalistic "utopia" conducive to news documentaries blending dramatic recreations of events and serious reporting of postwar problems.
Murrow was then the doyen of actuality reporting on US radio for his reports from the London Blitz and, later, the European theatre of war.
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Murrow and earned a reputation as an intrepid radio reporter, traveling with the German army as it invaded France.
But from the 1950s on, Wershba was known primarily for his journalism: First under Murrow at CBS (where he interviewed a prominent former military officer who had been discharged because his father subscribed to "questionable" publications); as a reporter for the New York Post; and as one of the six original producers on CBS's new newsmagazine, something called 60 Minutes.