US broadcast journalist. For over 40 years, commentator and journalist Harry Reasoner was one of American network television's most respected and trusted figures.
1923 - Apr 17- Dakota City, Iowa
1939-1940? - West High School, Minneapolis, MN
1940s - Stanford University - University of Minnesota
1943-46 - US Army (drafted, WWII)
1940s-50s - He began his career working in newspapers as a reporter and a drama critic.
- He married twice, with first wife they had 5 daughters and 2 sons.
1956-1970 - He became a member of the CBS television news team.
1968 - He joins the 60 Minutes team
1970-1976 - Reasoner joined ABC as co-anchor with Howard K. Smith (himself a CBS alumnus) of
the ABC Evening News.
1976-1978 - He then became a co-anchor of the ABC Evening News with Howard K. Smith, he also co-anchored with Barbara Walters.
1978 - Reasoner returned to CBS as a part of 60 Minutes. He remained an integral part of that show until
his 1991 retirement.
Awards: He recieved a Peabody 1966 , and Emmy for 1973-74.
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