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Walter Cronkite

Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr. was born Nov. 4, 1916 and is now retired. Began his career as broadcast journalist in 1937. Best known as anchorman for CBS Evening News and ending his newscasts with ¿And that¿s the way it is.¿
Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr. was born Nov. 4, 1916 and is now retired. Began his career as broadcast journalist in 1937. Best known as anchorman for CBS Evening News and ending his newscasts with ¿And that¿s the way it is.¿ « Show less

Top Walter Cronkite Articles

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  • Former judge fired up on making pot legal

    All right, tell me this doesn't sound a little strange: I'm sitting in Costa Mesa with a silver-haired gent who once ran for Congress as a Republican and used to lock up drug dealers as a federal prosecutor, a man who served as an Orange County judge for...
  • ABC26: Your Only News at 6:30 PM

    ABC26: Your Only News at 6:30 PM
    On Monday, April 20, ABC26 debuted the only 6:30 newscast in New Orleans on WGNO-TV. The unique time of the newscast allows ABC26 News to serve thousands of working families unable to watch the news at 6 o'clock. "Now there's a newscast that starts when...
  • Books I’d hold hostage

     
    Tina Harden, a Longwood woman, seems to think it's OK to hold hostage library books she doesn't like. See the story here.  I know the feeling. Here are some books – in no particular order – that I'd like to check out a...
  • The TV Convention

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo The Sports Arena, configured for the 1960 Democratic National Convention. David Brinkley, left, and Chet Huntley will report for NBC. Edward R. Murrow, left, anchorman Walter Cronkite, right, and Howard K. Smith will cover the...
  • Daniel Schorr of CBS and NPR fame has died at 93

     
    Journalist Daniel Schorr has died at 93 after a short illness. He has been senior news analyst at NPR since 1985. Before that, he had worked at CBS News for more than 20 years, and he also helped create CNN, where he had worked as senior correspondent...
  • Fight over Arizona immigration law revolves around race

     
    Guest Writer: Terry Greene Sterling Terry Greene Sterling, author of “ILLEGAL, Life and Death in Arizona’s Immigration War Zone,” is a three-time winner of Arizona’s highest journalism honor, the Virg Hill Journalist of the Year Awa...
  • ABC26 Starts a New Time Slot for News at 6:30

    On Monday, April 20, ABC26 will debut the only 6:30 newscast in New Orleans on WGNO-TV. The unique time of the newscast will allow ABC26 News to serve thousands of working families unable to watch the news at 6 o'clock. "Now there's a newscast that...
  • Honest debate -- yes! Outright lies -- no!

    Some political candidates and radio and TV talk-show magpies need their mouths washed out with soap - or their lips permanently sealed. Political campaigns have always been nasty, especially in Florida, but I don’t think we’ve ever endured anything as...
  • 'Greatest game' ignited NFL legacy

    'Greatest game' ignited NFL legacy
    The image did not add up in Raymond Berry's mind. There he was, sharing a moment of purest fulfillment with his Baltimore Colts teammates as they left Yankee Stadium on Dec. 28, 1958. World champions! They could call themselves that after beating the...
  • Reardon Victim Goes Public, Blasts St. Francis Hospital

    Reardon Victim Goes Public, Blasts St. Francis Hospital
    On a Sunday afternoon in March 1970, Dr. George Reardon photographed me in degrading, sexually provocative poses in his office at St. Francis Hospital. It was just another day for the doctor. Afterward, he stopped at Arthur Drug on Farmington Avenue...
  • Is Olbermann's snide act on MSNBC the future of TV news?

    Is Olbermann's snide act on MSNBC the future of TV news?
    Former Times Television Critic Howard Rosenberg, a Pulitzer Prize winner for criticism in 1985, will be writing occasional commentaries about news on television and the Internet. It seems like a couple of centuries since His Holiness Pope Walter...