The Murrow Boys: The Fleeting Glory of Broadcast Journalism

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 ... Read More

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