Edward R. Murrow and the Birth of Broadcast Journalismby Bob Edwards
A short popular history of how the creation of broadcast journalism--when Edward R. Murrow broadcast live from rooftops and streets of London under siege during the Battle of Britain--changed the way news was reported, how people in their homes saw war and other breaking events up close for the first time, and how the high standard of journalism Murrow created has
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