Birth of Broadcast Journalism
Bob Edwards, the former and original host of National Public Radio’s Morning Edition, discussed the life and works of CBS… read more
Bob Edwards, the former and original host of National Public Radio’s Morning Edition, discussed the life and works of CBS correspondent Edward R. Murrow. Mr. Murrow, known as the father of broadcast journalism, was a pioneer in the field and set standards for many journalists. Mr. Edwards responded to questions and comments from students in the audience.
A photograph of Edward R. Murrow was shown twice during the event for 90-second stretches. Brief video clips of his work were also shown. Mr. Milewski spoke to Mr. Edwards and moderated the forum. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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