Edward R. Murrow
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Edward R. Murrow was the best-known broadcaster of World War II. He used the power of radio to create vivid imagery in a listener's mind. When television emerged, he mastered it as well. Don Hewitt, Daniel Schorr and Richard C. Hottelet provide insight into the CBS News veteran's prestigious news career.