The Murrow Boys: The Fleeting Glory of Broadcast Journalism

In 1937, as World War II loomed, the task of forming a European news staff fell to Edward R. Murrow, who subsequently trained the talented and daring group of foreign correspondents--ten men and one woman--who came to be known as the Murrow Boys. This dramatic narrative pays homage to such giants of journalism as William L. Shirer, Charles Collingwood, and Howard K. Smith and tells the troubling story of how the people who brought electronic news to its height lost the fight to keep it there. of photos.

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