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History of Journalism
Assisstant Editor at Washington Post
Anchor of ABC's World News Tonight
'Most trusted man in America'
First 30-minute evening newscast
Covered Kennedy Assassination, Apollo Moon Landings, Watergate Scandal, Vietnam
Journalism School named after him
hosted O'Reily Factor
ABC's Good Morning America,
Geraldo at Large- own talk show
Ida B. Wells Barnett
Sued Chesapeake Railroad for racial discrimination
Free Speech Headlight- African American Christian Magazine
Made articles against racial discrimination
Rachel Maddow Show- NBC
First openly gay journalist
first to photograph the civil war
sailed around the world in 72 days
insane assylum story
Sent to France to cover WWI
first woman accredited by US government as a war correspondent
Reported in Sudan, Japan, Haiti, Royal Wedding, Beijing
Oprah Winfrey Show
"The Color Purple"- movie
Most paid woman in America
'Red Smith Award' named after him
Books of criticisms
Reporter in Vietnam
First African American War Correspondent
"Compromise of the South Cartoon"
Reportaroid- mixed art with writing
First Asian American woan and second woman anchor
owned printing shop
bought 'Pennsylvania Gazette'
Wrote 'Poor Richards Almanack'
photographs of concentration camps
took picture on cover of the first 'Time Magazine'
photographed WWII, Korea, and Vietnam
first woman to win Pulitzer Prize
Anchor at NBC nightly news
Anchored, produced, and reported for CNN, NBC, ABC, and CBS
Edward R. Marrow
Radio, London Blitz, Edward R. Marrow Award
Vietnam and Gulf war
wrote a book
Interviewed Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden
Wrote on Aids, race, War on Terror, politics, political elections
first main female journalist, Oil Company