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the consummate journalist, a plainspoken newshound known as the Most Trusted Man in America, but Walter Cronkite got his career going by faking it. In 1936, at age 19, Cronkite took a job simulating college football...
April 05, 1971 | Dolly Connelly
Films edited to suggest the massacre of big-game animals by hunters are appalling viewers. Critics of the questionable telecasts are calling them cheap shots
March 29, 1971
The ubiquitous bruins of UCLA take their new brinkmanship act to Houston, where, if Kansas, Villanova or Western Kentucky don't object, they'll win a title.
In the first of his series of columns on sportscasting, Wilfrid Sheed finds the tube boobier on the ear than on the eye
October 27, 1969 | Wilfrid Sheed
As every teak-bottomed tellywatcher knows, the picture gets better every year but the sound remains the same. Each major sport seems to have settled forever into its ritual-announcing tone. Golf, for instance, sounds...
April 20, 1964
If things ever get to the slugging stage down Panama way, newly appointed U.S. Ambassador Jack Hood Vaughn may prove an envoy with built-in scour power. A three-time Golden Gloves champion who went on to become a...