Walter Cronkite did not report the news.
Jimmy Carter awarded Cronkite the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Cronkite was the only newsman on the list.
Cronkite was genuinely fascinated by space exploration.
Cronkite published his autobiography, A Reporter’s Life, in 1996.
At CBS News, in New York, Cronkite read the A.P. wire and was stunned.
At first, Cronkite himself didn’t think the program had made much of an impact.
(Actually, Cronkite had been losing the ratings race to NBC until very recently.)
Either Cronkite was lying in his memoirs or this was a politically motivated rumor.
“It can be said that Rather was the only man whom Cronkite despised,” Brinkley writes.
Of the choices the company provided, Cronkite came out ahead, scoring seventy-three per cent.
Cronkite attracted the attention of Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) vice president Edward R.
Walter Cronkite, in full Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr., (born November 4, 1916, St.
Douglas Brinkley says he got the idea to write a biography of Walter Cronkite from David Halberstam.
Cronkite, like other journalists, seemed to believe he was talking to Ellsberg himself, Alperovitz said.
Cronkite accepted, but when U.P. responded by giving him a raise Cronkite changed his mind.
Kennedy replied that he would if Cronkite would agree to run for the Senate from New York; Cronkite demurred.
Broadcast network news lost viewers after Cronkite went off the air, but that wasn’t because people missed Cronkite.
Cronkite became the anchorman of the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite in 1962 and over the years became America’s most trusted journalist.
The life he produced, “Cronkite” (HarperCollins), is long and hastily written, and it’s not immediately apparent what Brinkley’s take on Cronkite is.
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