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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Lynn Sherr “Outside The Box”

September 13th, 2006

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Few journalists have the opportunity to shape our culture at the same time they are helping cover it. One of them is veteran ABC-TV correspondent Lynn Sherr, who was told by editors when she first tried to break into journalism some 40 years ago that “we don’t hire girls.”

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She proved her mettle, though, establishing a reputation for thoughtful and honest reporting, covering not just the growing feminist movement, but also the space program and politics. Now she’s written a memoir, which she calls “Outside the Box.”

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