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Newseum celebrates Cronkite's legacy

Posted: Oct. 17, 2016 | Tags: journalism, journalism history

 

“If I’ve lost Cronkite, I’ve lost Middle America.”

— President Lyndon Johnson, 1968 

Top journalists came together in Washington recently to remember the life and impact of news anchor Walter Cronkite, a journalist once known as “the most trusted man in America.” 

For decades, Cronkite defined broadcast journalism. He was the anchor who told America about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the death of President Lyndon Baines Johnson, the first walk on the moon. He was the reporter who brought the Watergate scandal to a national audience when other networks were too afraid ...

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