Edward R. Murrow

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Noun1.Edward R. Murrow - United States broadcast journalist remembered for his reports from London during World War II (1908-1965)
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He singled out American broadcaster Ed Murrow and the BBC's Eddie Mair as examples of quintessential high-quality journalism.
By 1951, Ed Murrow and his one-time collaborator Fred Friendly had moved to television--Murrow to NBC, Friendly to CBS.
Such worthy names as Ed Murrow, Eric Sevareid and Howard K.
Well, Pickles might not have passed the plum-in-mouth test but it didn't stop fellow Yorkshireman JB Priestley becoming the most celebrated broadcaster of his time - when Churchill and America's Ed Murrow were also on the air.
Ed Murrow was one of the first journalists into Buchenwald concentration camp after the end of the Second World War.
On his final page, Fitzwalter quotes from Ed Murrow, who said of television:
In the Soviet-shunning 1950s, broadcaster Ed Murrow was the respected face of TV journalism.
Good Night And Good Luck(PG) George Clooney's stunning black and white recreation of the battle between newsman Ed Murrow and Commie-hunting Senator McCarthy.
Ed Murrow on Joseph McCarthy, American broadcaster and journalist
The American broadcaster Ed Murrow said: 'He mobilised the English language and sent it into battle.
Yo comente que esta fue una conversacion que Ed Murrow (el antiguo radiodifusor de noticias que encabezaba entonces la Agencia de Informacion de Estados Unidos) habia tenido con Mary Hemingway, que nosotros teniamos informaciones similares de otras fuentes, y que esto fue recolectado firmemente y seguido vigorosamente.