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We're Going to Make you a Star
Jan 11, 2014 – We're Going To Make You a Star, an account by Sally Quinn of her time with the CBS Morning News. In this book she discusses the CBS failure and reflects on her adolescence and how it, among other things, led to her failure as a television news anchor
Robin Williams - WMD Tour - christopher walken, popeye, bono, and walter cronkite skit
Dec 18, 2009 – Robin Williams from his Weapons of Mass Destruction tour. Ending of his show where he does a skit of christopher walken, popeye, bono, and walter cronkite.
Walter Cronkite announces President Nixon's resignation1974
Sep 23, 2009 – Legendary CBS News anchorman Walter Cronkite leads this August 8 1974 broadcast with the impending resignation of President Richard Nixon.
CBS Special Report- Death of Walter Cronkite (07-17-2009)
Aug 16, 2009 – This was the announcement of the death of Walter Cronkite that aired during the show "Ghost Whisperer" on Friday, July 17, 2009.
Walter Cronkite & David Letterman, 9/11 Moments, Part 1 of 2
Sep 7, 2008 – Walter Cronkite & David Letterman, 9/11 Moments, Part 1 of 2
Don Hewitt, John Roberts Remember Walter Cronkite
Jul 18, 2009 – Don Hewitt, a colleague of the late Walter Cronkite, said it was "a double blessing" to be his colleague and his friend. John Roberts, also a former colleague of Cronkite who now works at CNN, reacts to Cronkite's passing as well, and also comments o
Walter Cronkite on Later with Bob Costas
Jul 18, 2009 – Walter Cronkite on Later with Bob Costas. Walter Cronkite had a way of putting things in perspective. RIP.
Walter Cronkite: On JFK's Assassination
Jun 24, 2009 – In a 1996 Newseum interview, Walter Cronkite talked about the day President Kennedy was assassinated.
Walter Cronkite Highlights -- The JFK Assination and the Moon Landing.
Jul 18, 2009 – NEW YORK - Walter Cronkite, the premier TV anchorman of the networks' golden age who reported a tumultuous time with reassuring authority and came to be called "the most trusted man in America," died Friday. He was 92. Cronkite's longtime chief of st
Walter Cronkite announces the death of LBJ 1973
Aug 13, 2009 – a piece of broadcast history here as the legendary Walter Cronkite announces on air the death of former President Lyndon B. Johnson during the CBS News broadcast; January 22 1973.
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