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US broadcast journalist and news commentator   1949 – Born – September 10th – Manhattan, NY   1967 – High School: Chaminade High School, Mineola, NY     1971 – University: BA History, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY   1971-72 – He played semi-professional baseball during this time as a pitcher for the Brooklyn Monarchs, and had an unsuccessful ..

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US broadcast journalist and newscaster   1908 – born- April 25th – Polecat Creek, North Carolina   1935 – U.S. radio and television broadcaster. Murrow joined CBS in and two years later became head of its European Bureau.   1939-45 – As a WWII war correspondent. Murrow was noted for dramatic and accurate radio broadcasts ..

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US television newscaster   1940 – Born – Lancashire, England     1940 – Ted Koppel’s parents were Jewish Germans who escaped the Nazis by emigrating to England, where Koppel was born.     1953 – His family came to America when Koppel was in his teens.     1960 – BA Speech, Syracuse University ..

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US news anchor, News with Huntley and Brinkley    1911 – Born in Cardwell, Montana on the 10th of December.   1934 – He attended Montana State College in Bozeman and Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle before graduating from the University of Washington, Seattle.   1939-1951 –  He went to work for CBS ..

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1961 – Sean Patrick Hannity, born on the 30th of December in New York, New York. He is host of the "Sean Hannity Show" that grew to over 200 stations, reaching almost 10 million people in less than one year. He is also host of the highly successful FOX NEWS CHANNEL’S, "Hannity and Colmes".   ..

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1924 – Monty Hall or Maurice Halperin was born on the 25th of August in Winnipeg, Manitoba, as Maurice Halprin. He is a Canadian-born actor, singer and sportscaster, but is best known for being the host of popular American television game shows. 1945 – Received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Manitoba, ..

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1917 – Douglas Edwards, born on the 14th of July in Ada, Oklahoma. He was America’s first network news television anchor.   1942 – Joined CBS Radio, eventually becoming anchor for the regular evening newscast The World Today as well as World News Today on Sunday afternoons.   1950 – He himself covered as a ..

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