Quote Originally Posted by Bel-Cam Jos View Post
I fear that the younger posters here will have missed his value to the news industry (before it was a "business," at least), since the "news" now is sadly bogus or monetarily-based. I checked out his autobiography from the library today and hope to finish it soon. I remember him from pre-Saturday morning cartoons, where there'd be a brief news report. I used to try to copy his voice as a kid, too. Sad, sad.
Yeah, John Stewart was voted "most trusted newsman" in a recent poll.
What does that say about the state of "news"? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/0..._n_242933.html

Walter Cronkite I always liked the best, maybe because he looked uncannily like my Dad, bushy eyebrows and all. I always thought if he ever wanted to impersonate him, which he never did, he could have gotten closer to him than anyone else I'd seen.