Edward R. Murrow


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Mili Lerner Bonsignori on Edward R. Murrow and Fred Friendly's unique partnership on See It Now
04:52
Walter Cronkite on his admiration for broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow
00:26
Meta Rosenberg on her friendship with Edward R. Murrow
04:32
Howard K. Smith on Edward R. Murrow
00:20
Kim Hunter on appearing on Person to Person with Edward R. Murrow
03:20
Wade Bingham on shooting the CBS News series CBS Reports with anchor Edward R. Murrow and producer Fred Friendly
09:58
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Erik Barnouw

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Erik Barnouw on the renaissance of radio news (led by Edward R. Murrow) and entertainment programming in the 1930s
05:19
Erik Barnouw on the importance of the Hollywood Blacklist to understanding the history of broadcasting and on Edward R. Murrow's denunciation of Senator Joseph McCarthy
02:58

Walter Bernstein

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Blacklisted writer Walter Bernstein on the subversive subtext of You Are There; on Edward R. Murrow's See It Now denouncing Senator McCarthy
01:44

Wade Bingham

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Wade Bingham on Edward R. Murrow bringing See it Now to Korea during the Korean War
10:13
Wade Bingham on shooting the Edward R. Murrow series Small World, one of the first intercontinental broadcasts
08:13
Wade Bingham on shooting the CBS News series CBS Reports with anchor Edward R. Murrow and producer Fred Friendly
09:58

Mili Lerner Bonsignori

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Mili Lerner Bonsignori on not knowing who Edward R. Murrow was before working on See It Now
00:38
Mili Lerner Bonsignori on meeting See It Now host Edward R. Murrow, "a man of words"
01:16
Mili Lerner Bonsignori on Edward R. Murrow recording narration for See It Now; on editing the film track
02:17
Mili Lerner Bonsignori on Edward R. Murrow and Fred Friendly's unique partnership on See It Now
04:52
Mili Lerner Bonsignori on the See It Now episode on Senator McCarthy and McCarthy's response
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Mili Lerner Bonsignori on Murrow signing a loyalty oath at CBS
00:58
Mili Lerner Bonsignori on Edward R. Murrow's contributions to CBS Reports and Murrow leaving CBS
02:29

Bernie Brillstein

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Bernie Brillstein on promoting Person to Person
02:14

David Brinkley

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David Brinkley on Senator Joseph McCarthy's "list" of 205 alleged Communists
06:31

James L. Brooks

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James L. Brooks on being in a bar with legendary journalist Edward R. Murrow - "God was in the bar"
01:13
James L. Brooks on Edward R. Murrow
02:29

James Burrows

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James Burrows on being on Person to Person when he was a child
01:22

Walter Cronkite

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Walter Cronkite on the "acute journalistic capabilities" of Edward R. Murrow
02:01
Walter Cronkite on being offered a job at CBS by Edward R. Murrow, but ultimately turning it down after United Press made him a generous offer to stay
05:54
Walter Cronkite on how the Hollywood Blacklist affected the news industry; Ed Murrow went along with the network
06:02
Walter Cronkite on his admiration for broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow
00:26

Betty Cole Dukert

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Betty Cole Dukert on Edward R. Murrow's guest appearance on Meet the Press
01:59

Jamie Farr

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Jamie Farr on the M*A*S*H episode "The Interview" based on Murrow in Korea
01:03

John Frankenheimer

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John Frankenheimer on working on Edward R. Murrow's Person to Person
10:12

Murray Fromson

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Murray Fromson on finding inspiration from Edward R. Murrow's broadcasts from London during World War II
01:11
Murray Fromson on meeting Edward R. Murrow, and Murrow encouraging him to get into broadcast (rather than print) journalism
02:57

William Froug

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William Froug on doing a film with Rod Serling after JFK died introducing Lyndon Johnson to the world, and screening it for Edward R. Murrow
00:49

Larry Gelbart

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Larry Gelbart on how Edward R. Murrow's news piece about Korea was the inspiration for the M*A*S*H episode "The Interview"
03:18

Julian Goodman

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Julian Goodman on NBC being challenged by CBS News and Edward R. Murrow
01:15
Julian Goodman on Edward R. Murrow's See it Now episode, "Senator McCarthy"
00:57

Don Hewitt

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Don Hewitt on Edward R. Murrow taking on Senator Joseph McCarthy, and on Murrow's influence
04:53

Kim Hunter

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Kim Hunter on appearing on Person to Person with Edward R. Murrow
03:20

Sidney M. Katz

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Sidney M. Katz on editing Edward R. Murrow's See It Now series and the episode on Joseph McCarthy
03:52

Ted Koppel

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Ted Koppel on wanting to be Edward R. Murrow when he grew up
01:00

Perry Lafferty

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Perry Lafferty on producing Person to Person, first hosted by Edward R. Murrow and later by Charles Collingwood
03:59

Art Linkletter

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Art Linkletter on hosting Inside Beverly Hills, and on Edward R. Murrow's Person to Person
02:16

Ed McMahon

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Ed McMahon on Edward R. Murrow's Person to Person, and on a favorite Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson sketch of his, which spawned a running joke
04:12

Sig Mickelson

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Sig Mickelson on CBS News documentaries and on the birth of See It Now, hosted by Edward R. Murrow and produced by Fred Friendly
08:57
Sig Mickelson on why Walter Cronkite was selected to cover Elizabeth II's coronation for CBS News over Edward R. Murrow
01:10
Sig Mickelson on CBS News' coverage of the 1960 political conventions anchored by Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite, and on their different styles
03:29
Sig Mickelson on Edward R. Murrow's See It Now program
02:56

Newton N. Minow

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Former FCC Chairman Newton Minow on Joseph Kennedy and Edward R. Murrow's reaction to his 1961 "Vast Wasteland" speech
01:59

John Moffitt

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John Moffitt on meeting idol Edward R. Murrow 
01:15
John Moffitt on having some fun with the slide card promoting Edward R. Murrow
02:22
John Moffitt on promotional material for Person to Person
01:05

Bill Moyers

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Bill Moyers on how he enjoyed listening to the news on the radio when he was young
00:52

Alan Neuman

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Alan Neuman on directing Person to Person with Edward R. Murrow
11:49

Don Pike

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Don Pike on going to work for the United States Information Agency at the behest of Robert F. Kennedy under agency director Edward R. Murrow
05:20

Larry Rhine

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Larry Rhine on meeting Edward R. Murrow
01:52

Meta Rosenberg

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Meta Rosenberg on her friendship with Edward R. Murrow
04:32

Morley Safer

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Morley Safer on having Edward R. Murrow's office 
00:38
Morley Safer on Edward R. Murrow's role as London Bureau Chief
01:06

Howard K. Smith

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Howard K. Smith on Edward R. Murrow
00:20
Howard K. Smith on meeting Edward R. Murrow
02:34
Howard K. Smith on meeting up with Edward R. Murrow in London and taking over Murrow's role as CBS chief European correspondent
01:14
Howard K. Smith on how his broadcasts differed from Murrow's
01:39
Howard K. Smith on getting into television through Edward R. Murrow
02:22
Howard K. Smith on Edward R. Murrow advising him to sign a loyalty oath and getting listed in Red Channels
01:34
Howard K. Smith on doing Edward R. Murrow's year-end television shows
01:03
Howard K. Smith on Murrow's documentary Who Speaks for Birmingham?
02:40
Howard K. Smith on returning to television on ABC and interviewing Murrow on air
01:16
Howard K. Smith on Edward R. Murrow becoming head of the USIA
00:50
Howard K. Smith on his friendship with and the legacy of Edward R. Murrow
03:06
Howard K. Smith on his thoughts on Edward R. Murrow
00:58

Sanford Socolow

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Sanford Socolow on being thrilled to joined Edward R. Murrow's news operation at CBS
01:33
Sanford Socolow on whether or not he signed a loyalty oath at CBS (championed by Edward R. Murrow)
01:57

Frank Stanton

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Frank Stanton on the creation of CBS News for television, and Edward R. Murrow's reluctance to do television
05:48

Robert Trout

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Robert Trout on working with Edward R. Murrow
04:42
Robert Trout on signing a long-term contract with CBS and hosting "Robert Trout with the News Till Now" until Edward R. Murrow took it over
03:09
Robert Trout on the death of Edward R. Murrow
01:20

Ted Turner

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Ted Turner on the effect of Edward R. Murrow's See It Now: A Report on Senator Joseph R. McCarthy
01:16

Tony Verna

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Tony Verna on assistant directing Person to Person with Edward R. Murrow
03:49

Joseph Wershba

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Joseph Wershba on the historic See It Now broadcast on Senator Joseph McCarthy
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Joseph Wershba on the last time he saw Edward R. Murrow
02:24

Av Westin

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Av Westin on being a copy boy for Edward R. Murrow
02:13
Av Westin on the early format of CBS News
03:40

Perry Wolff

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Perry Wolff on working with Edward R. Murrow
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