Dan Rather “Rather Outspoken”

May 18th, 2012

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America’s news business — once dominated by powerful newspapers, legendary wire services, and tiffany broadcast networks — is quite a different thing today than it was when veteran journalist Dan Rather was a rookie.

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And many of the changes are not for the better, he argues in a new book called “Rather Outspoken.”

It turns out the octogenerian former CBS Evening News anchor still feels pretty strongly about the profession — and his storied role in it. And he is not shy about saying so.

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Roger Mudd “The Place to Be”

April 15th, 2008

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For twenty years, the CBS News Washington bureau was the most elite corps of television journalists. From 1960 to 1980, those who covered the news from that bureau made names not only for themselves but for the Tiffany Network – journalists like Dan Rather, George Herman, Eric Sevareid, Marvin Kalb, Fred Graham, Connie Chung, and ..

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Roger Mudd. It was “The Place to Be,” which is the title of Roger Mudd’s memoir of that time and place.

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