How luck, television, and a saintly lurker on the Internet combined to let the author visit 1953 for half an hour.
What you don’t remember about the day JFK was shot
An Interview With Walter Cronkite
In the infancy of television (but not of American royalty-worship) the networks fought their first all-out battle for supremacy over who would get to show Queen Elizabeth II being crowned
Stempel’s winning technique was simplicity itself: He got all the questions in advance.
In 1938 the European correspondent for CBS was in Austria when the Nazis marched in. He wanted to tell the world about it—but first he had to help invent a whole new kind of broadcasting.