The Life and Career of Edward Murrow
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The paper traces the life of Edward Murrow, from his birth into a Quaker family in North Carolina, through his active student years, up to the start of his promising career with CBS. The paper analyzes the unprecedented war coverage Murrow provided during World War Two and later on during the Korean War in the 1950s. It also discusses the tactics Murrow used in his investigate journalism and the focus he placed on human interest stories.
From the Paper:"Edward R. Murrow's unique style of journalism has served as an inspiration for media throughout the decades and set a standard for war coverage. Murrow's reports helped this country understand what was really going on in World War II. Murrow actually went overseas to provide an eyewitness report on the war and his listeners depended on him for his extensive coverage. To this day, reporters, including those in Iraq, use Murrow's bird's eye view tactics to present their viewers with the facts and human elements of war."
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