Lowell Thomas


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Noun1.Lowell Thomas - a radio broadcast journalist during World War I and World War II noted for his nightly new broadcast (1892-1981)Lowell Thomas - a radio broadcast journalist during World War I and World War II noted for his nightly new broadcast (1892-1981)
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The imagery of the Crusades was used to describe the campaign by the British press and the Ministry of Information and the American film maker Lowell Thomas made it fashionable to think of Allenby as the modern "Coeur De Lion," repeatedly reinforcing the image of Allenby on horseback at the head of his cavalry units.
We are pleased to announce that National Parks magazine won two prizes in the 2017 Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition, the country's most prestigious competition in travel journalism.
com)-- Accessible travel received an uptick in mainstream recognition, when Candy Harrington's barrier-free travel guidebook won top honors at the 2016 Lowell Thomas Awards in Wenzhou, China last month.
Governor Bill Walker ordered all Alaska flags to be lowered in honor of former Lieutenant Governor Lowell Thomas Jr.
Before each film, we watched newsreels about the progress of the war, often narrated in the stern voice of Lowell Thomas.
Groomsmen were Dustin Allen Roberson, brother of the groom, David Andrew Deffendall, and Lowell Thomas Gorman, all of Lebanon; John William Braden of Denver; Michael George Gallant of Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Whitney Rhys Gorham, Jason Adam White, and James William Wynn Ill, all of Nashville, Tennessee; and Andrew Joseph Zimmerman of Charlotte, North Carolina.
His photographic awards include numerous Picture of the Year, BBC Wildlife, Communication Arts, and World Press awards as well as the prestigious Explorers Club Lowell Thomas Award and the Lennart Nilsson Award for Scientific Photography.
In 2001, his vegetarian-focused travel guide, The Artichoke Trail, won the Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism competition's bronze award.
Previously, the math and computer science programs were housed in the Lowell Thomas Communications Center.
Laurie Marker, founder and executive director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), received the Lowell Thomas Award at the Explorers Club annual awards dinner, held in New York City, on 23 October.
Jeb Sharp, NF '06, received The Lowell Thomas Award for best radio news or interpretation of international affairs for "How Wars End," a series for PRI's "The World" Sharp reported the series and Patrick Cox was the editor.

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