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Bradley, Edward R. (Ed)

Born: 1941 AD
Died: 2006 AD, at 65 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Journalist, Radio Host, Reporters


1941 - He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the 22nd of June.


1967 - He landed a full-time job at the CBS-owned New York radio station WCBS.


1971 - He moved to Paris, France. Initially living off his savings,


1972 - He volunteered to be transferred to Saigon to cover the Vietnam War, as well as spending time in Phnom Penh covering the war in Cambodia.


1974 - He moved to Washington, D.C.


1979 - He was promoted to covering the Carter campaign.


1981 - He then became CBS News' White House correspondent (the first black White House television correspondent), when he was invited to move to "CBS Reports", where he served as principal correspondent.


2006 - Bradley died on the 29th of November at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan of complications from leukemia.




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