When the News Went Live
The view they were afforded of these events was unparalleled; the tales they have to tell, one-of-a-kind. This 50th anniversary edition includes new photos, insights, and reflections on the state of news and faux news today from the four men who were active participants in television news' pivotal moment. He was an army officer, police officer, English professor, and editor for Texas Monthly and Studies in the Novel ; he wrote John Fowles: Phenix also published several weekly newspapers and served as aide to Senator Lloyd Bentsen and Congressman Jake Pickle.
He writes the popular Blog of Ages at www. As Dallas mayor, he saved the Texas School Book Depository and other historic buildings from demolition, and he led the city in reclaiming its national reputation.
It concludes with two thought-provoking chapters about the business of news and its uncertain future. The integrity and dedication of these four veteran journalists is impressive, as is their ability to make a year-old event come alive again.
When the News Went Live: Dallas
Still committed to the same principle, they offer the reader. A story that needed to be told.
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A fast-paced recounting of what they witnessed. The slim page-turner possesses a crisp, objective quality that, like a good movie, never stops moving.
When the News Went Live: Dallas 1963
These four describe what it was like when reporters did everything, including process and edit, in time for the next newscast. A fast-paced recounting of what they witnessed, accompanied by 43 evocative black-and-white photos. Had these four chosen different professions during their younger days, we would all be the poorer for it. This is a first-class account of a tragic historical moment that still has an impact on our nation.
You are there with the four, on the streets, at the hospital, along the flower-strewn Grassy Knoll the day after, in the jail as Oswald is paraded for the press and then for murder live on TV. Interwoven with this is the perspective of [fifty] years from men grown old, who still live with November This book tells the stories of four men who were at the very epicenter of it all. From the presidential motorcade to Parkland hospital, from Lee Harvey Oswald's shooting to the trial and lonesome death of Jack Ruby, they were there, on the inside.
The view they were afforded of these events was unique: The Assassination of President John F. He was an army officer, police officer, English professor, and editor for Texas Monthly and Studies in the Novel; he wrote John Fowles: He founded and published Texas Weekly, the state's top legislative newsletter. Phenix also published several weekly newspapers and served as aide to Senator Lloyd Bentsen and Congressman Jake Pickle. He writes the popular Blog of Ages at www.