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      • An icon of 20th Century journalism, Walter Cronkite, once said, “The profession of journalism ought to be about telling people what they need to know – not what they want to know.” That quote was never more relevant than today. This week on Sea Change Radio we speak with two reporters.
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  2. A long-running documentary series concerning the news and cultural events which shaped the 20th century. It also offered interpretations of the meaning of certain events, and placed wars and assassinations within the wider context of their era. The host was Walter Cronkite. In 19... Read all Stars Walter Cronkite Daniel Schorr Winston Burdett

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    • 1957-10-20
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  3. The Twentieth Century was a documentary television program sponsored by the Prudential Insurance Company that ran on the CBS network from 20 October 1957 until 4 January 1970. It was hosted by Walter Cronkite. The opening and closing theme music was written by composer George Antheil.

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  4. The Violent World of Sam Huff: Directed by Nicholas Webster. With Walter Cronkite. About a NY Giants football team's middle Linebacker whose sole game assignment was focused on Cleveland Browns running back.

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    • 1960-10-30
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  5. Walter Cronkite, in full Walter Leland Cronkite, Jr., (born November 4, 1916, St. Joseph, Missouri, U.S.—died July 17, 2009, New York, New York), American journalist and pioneer of television news programming who became known as “the most trusted man in America.”

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  6. Could not wait for Uncle Walter the Incorrputable to introduce The Twenty-First Century and it was DEFINEAILTY Union Carbide. It put you in another world, which was a real pleasure for this 4-5th grader. America was still a juggernaut on a non-stop diet of simplistically cynical marketing and GOOD legal drugs (alcohol, nicotine and caffeine).

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