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Jackie RobinsonSep 17, 1947

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Walter CronkiteApr 16, 1962

Peter JenningsFeb 1, 1965

Dorothy HeightMar 20, 1965

Willie MaysJan 17, 1970

George BushJan 25, 1988

Garth BrooksJun 8, 1992

Courtney LoveDec 29, 1993

Mary Tyler MooreSep 28, 1995

Tommy MorrisonFeb 15, 1996

Osama bin LadenOct 29, 2004

ObamaApr 23, 2013

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Date Event
480

Greco-Persian Wars: Battle of Artemisium - Persian naval victory over the Greeks in an engagement fought near promontory on the north coast of Euboea. Greek fleet holds its own against the Persians in three days of fighting but withdraws upon news of the defeat at Thermopylae.

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1704-04-24

"Boston News-Letter" 1st successful newspaper in US, forms

1842-05-14

Illustrated London News; the world's first illustrated weekly newspaper, begins publication

1843-10-01

News of the World began publication in London.

1844-05-25

1st telegraphed news dispatch is published in Baltimore Patriot

1846-01-21

1st edition of Charles Dickens' "Daily News"

1858-08-26

First news dispatch by telegraph.

1877-02-12

1st news dispatch by telephone, between Boston & Salem, Mass

1878-01-28

Yale Daily News published, 1st college daily newspaper

1879-02-12

News about slaughtering of Isandlwana reaches London

1885-02-05

News of fall of Khartoum reaches London

1897-02-10

NY Times begins using slogan "All the News That's Fit to Print"

1900-05-22

Associated Press organizes in NYC as non-profit news cooperative

1900-05-23

Associated Press News Service forms in NY

1903-11-04

Panama and Colombia wake up to news that the insurrectionists have declared an independent Republic of Panama

1919-06-26

NY Daily News begins publishing

1920-08-31

Detroit radio station is 1st to broadcast a news program on the air

1922-09-11

One of the Herald Sun of Melbourne, Australia's predecessor papers The Sun News-Pictorial is founded.

1924-10-05

1st Little Orphan Annie-strip appears in NYC Daily News

1925-07-10

USSR's official news agency TASS forms

1927-09-06

Buddy DeSylva & Lew Brown's musical "Good News" premieres in NYC

1928-11-20

WGH-AM in Newport News VA begins radio transmissions

1930-11-25

Sporting News picks Bill Terry as NL MVP & Joe Cronin as AL MVP

1933-03-31

1st newspaper published on pine pulp paper, "Soperton News" (Ga)

1937-03-25

Wash Daily News is 1st US newspaper with perfumed advertising page

1938-03-13

World News Roundup is broadcast for the first time on CBS Radio in the United States.

1938-07-01

The South African Press Association (SAPA) is established as a non-governmental institution by South Africa's major newspapers to facilitate the sharing of news, both national and international

1944-02-21

"War As It Happens" news show premieres on NBC TV (NYC only)

1947-06-16

1st network news-Dumont's "News from Washington"

1947-09-17

Jackie Robinson is named Rookie of Year by Sporting News

1948-02-16

1st newsreel telecast, "20th Century Fox-Movietone News" shown on NBC

1948-05-16

CBS news correspondent George Polk's body is found in Greece

1952-04-22

1st atomic explosion on network news, Nob, Nevada

1952-12-01

The New York Daily News reports the first successful sexual reassignment operation.

1953-08-03

Frank Blair becomes news anchor of Today Show

1954-04-07

US President Eisenhower in news conference first to voice fear of a "domino-effect" of communism in Indo-China

1954-07-05

The BBC broadcasts its first television news bulletin.

1954-12-11

USS Forrestal christened in Newport News, Va

1955-01-19

1st presidential news conference filmed for TV (Eisenhower)

1955-02-02

1st presidential news conference on network TV-Eisenhower on ABC

1956-10-29

Chet Huntley & David Brinkley, NBC News, team up

1956-11-30

1st use of videotape on TV (Douglas Edwards & the News)

1958-05-24

UP & International News Service merge into United Press International

1960-10-18

In Britain, News Chronicle & Daily Mail merge, & London Evening Star merges with Evening News

1960-11-28

CBS radio expands hourly news coverage from 5 to 10 minutes

1961-01-25

1st live, nationally televised presidential news conference (JFK)

1961-07-17

John Chancellor becomes news anchor of Today Show

1961-07-24

Edwin Newman becomes news anchor of Today Show

1962-04-16

Walter Cronkite begins anchoring CBS Evening News

1963-09-02

CBS & NBC expand network news from 15 to 30 minutes

1964-02-09

NYC news anchor Jim Jenson's 1st appearance on WCBS-TV

1965-02-01

Peter Jennings, 26, becomes anchor of ABC's nightly news

1965-03-20

Civil and Women's Rights Activist Dorothy Height has her first column published in the weekly African-American newspaper called the "New York Amsterdam News"

1965-04-19

1st all news radio station (WINS 1010 AM in NYC) begins operating

1967-04-24

Vietnam War: American General William Westmoreland says in a news conference that the enemy had "gained support in the United States that gives him hope that he can win politically that which he cannot win militarily."

1967-07-03

"News at 10" premieres on English TV

1967-08-18

WCBS radio in NYC goes all-news

1967-11-21

Vietnam War: American General William Westmoreland tells news reporters: "I am absolutely certain that whereas in 1965 the enemy was winning, today he is certainly losing."

1968-03-07

The BBC broadcasts the news for the first time in color on television.

1969-11-13

VP Spiro T Agnew accused network TV news depts of bias & distortion

1970-01-17

Sporting News names Willie Mays as Player of the Decade for the 1960s

1971-07-06

White House Plumbers unit formed to plug news leaks

1971-10-11

Frank McGee becomes news anchor of Today Show

1973-04-02

CBS radio begins on hour news 24 hours a day

1973-05-22

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1974-01-01

NBC radio begins on the hour news 24 hours a day (following CBS lead)

1974-04-22

Barbara Walters becomes news co-anchor of Today Show

1974-09-04

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1974-12-23

"Good News" opens at St James Theater NYC for 16 performances

1975-01-04

"Good News" closes at St James Theater NYC after 16 performances

1975-05-15

Emmy 2nd Daytime Award & Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1975-06-18

NBC News & Information Service (24 hr news) premieres on radio

1975-10-30

NY Daily News runs headline "Ford to City: Drop Dead"

1976-04-22

Barbara Walters becomes 1st female nightly network news anchor

1976-06-07

NBC Nightly News with John Chancellor & David Brinkley, premieres

1976-08-30

Tom Brokaw becomes news anchor of Today Show

1976-10-30

Jane Pauley becomes news co-anchor of Today Show

1977-05-29

NBC News & Information Service (24 hr news) ends on radio

1977-08-01

Former Lockheed U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers crashes the news helicopter he was flying in Los Angeles

1977-09-10

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1977-12-30

Carter holds 1st news conference by US pres in Eastern Europe (Warsaw)

1978-03-04

Chicago Daily News, founded in 1875, publishes last issue

1978-07-10

World News Tonight premieres on ABC.

1979-02-11

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1979-11-30

Ted Koppel becomes anchor of nightly news on Iranian Hostages (ABC)

1980-04-13

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1980-06-01

1st transmission of CNN, Cable News Network

1980-06-09

14th Music City News Country Awards: Statler Brothers & Loretta Lynn

1981-03-06

Walter Cronkite signs-off as anchorman of "CBS Evening News"

1981-03-09

Dan Rather becomes primary anchorman of CBS-TV News

1981-04-12

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1981-06-08

15th Music City News Country Awards: Mandrell Sisters

1981-12-31

CNN Headline News debuts

1982-06-07

16th Music City News Country Awards: Barbara Mandrell

1982-08-02

Roger Ebert's Movie News premieres on ABC FM network

1982-09-27

John Palmer becomes news anchor of Today Show

1982-10-17

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1983-06-06

17th Music City News Country Awards: Marty Robbins & Roy Acuff

1983-09-01

WGH-AM in Newport News VA changes call letters to WNSY

1984-01-31

Edwin Newman retires from NBC News after 35 years with the network

1984-06-04

18th Music City News Country Awards: Statler Brothers

1984-08-30

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1984-12-10

WNSY-AM in Newport News VA returns from WGH

1985-06-10

19th Music City News Country Awards: Statler Brothers, B Mandrell

1985-08-29

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1985-11-05

"News" opens at Helen Hayes Theater NYC for 4 performances

1985-11-09

"News" closes at Helen Hayes Theater NYC after 4 performances

1986-04-28

Soviet TV news program Vremya annouces a nuclear accident at Chernobyl nuclear power station, 2 days after the event

1986-05-01

Russian news agency Tass reports Chernobyl nuclear power plant mishap

1986-06-09

20th Music City News Country Awards: Statler Brothers & Loretta Lynn

1986-08-30

Soviet authorities arrested Nicholas Daniloff (US News World Report)

1987-06-08

21st Music City News Country Awards: Randy Travis

1987-09-08

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1988-01-25

VP George Bush & Dan Rather clash on "CBS Evening News" as Rather attempts to question Bush about his role in Iran-Contra affair

1988-06-06

22nd Music City News Country Awards: Randy Travis & Statler Brothers

1988-09-07

NY Daily News reports boxer Mike Tyson is seeing a psychiatrist

1988-10-25

ABC News reports on potbellied pygmy pigs' popularity as pets

1989-06-05

23rd Music City News Country Awards: R Van Shelton & Randy Travis

1989-09-05

Deborah Norville becomes news anchor of Today Show

1989-09-12

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1990-01-01

Sports News Network begins operation on cable TV

1990-04-09

"Capital News" starring Lloyd Bridges premieres on ABC-TV

1990-06-04

24th Music City News Country Awards: R Van Shelton & Patty Loveless

1990-09-12

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1990-10-25

NY Daily News goes on strike (lasts through March, 1991)

1991-01-21

CBS News correspondant Bob Simon captured by Iraqis in Persian Gulf

1991-03-22

NY Daily News begins using motto "Forward with NY"

1991-06-10

25th Music City News Country Awards: Ricky Van Shelton

1991-09-11

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1991-10-17

News anchor Bree Walker Lampley files an FCC complaint that LA radio KFI-AM personally attacked her by discuss her having a disformed baby

1991-12-05

NY Daily News files for protection under chapter 11

1991-12-23

NY Daily News publisher Kevin Maxwell resigns

1992-03-30

CBS TV premieres overnight news program "Up To The Minute"

1992-06-08

26th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Garth Brooks

1992-09-04

"Scared Silent" is 1st non news program to be seen on 3 networks simultaneously. (CBS, NBC & PBS), about child abuse hosted by Oprah

1993-04-24

The IRA explodes a 1000kg car bomb in Bishopsgate, London, killing a news photographer and injuring 44 others

1993-06-01

Connie Chung joins Dan Rather as anchors of CBS Evening News

1993-06-07

27th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Vince Gill

1993-12-29

Courtney Love sues doctors for leaking news of her methadone treatment

1994-06-06

28th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Ray Stevens

1994-06-24

1st French "all news" TV (LCI) begins broadcasting

1994-06-27

NY Daily News increases prices to 50 cents

1994-09-03

Circulation of Neth Telegraph/News of the Day reaches 800,000

1995-04-19

Chopper 4 1st used on WNBC TV (NYC) news

1995-05-20

CBS News fires co-anchor Connie Chung

1995-06-05

29th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & Reba McEntire

1995-06-27

Mason City Iowa's TV news personality Jodi Huisentruit disappears

1995-08-14

Iran's official news agency, IRNA, reports that Iran has been unable to sell 200 million barrels per day of crude oil since the imposition of a unilateral oil embargo by the US

1995-08-30

Cable News Network joins internet

1995-09-28

Mary Tyler Moore returns to series TV in "NY News" on CBS

1995-10-29

Sunday NY News increases price from $1.00 to $1.25

1996-02-15

At a news conference, American boxer Tommy Morrison said he had contracted HIV

1996-06-10

30th Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson

1997-05-15

ABC News & Starwave Corp launch ABCNEWS.com

1997-06-16

31st Music City News Country Awards: Alan Jackson & LeAnn Rimes

1997-09-10

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1997-11-11

CBS News anchor Dan Rather renews his contract to 2002

1998-01-09

Hockey News selects Wayne Gretzky best NHL player ever

1998-06-15

32nd Music City News Country Awards: Neal McCoy, Lorrie Morgan & Billy Ray Cyrus wins

1999-01-20

The China News Service announces new government restrictions on Internet use aimed especially at Internet cafés.

2002-07-07

A scandal breaks out in the United Kingdom when news reports accuse MI6 of sheltering Abu Qatada, the supposed European Al Qaeda leader.

2004-10-29

The Arabic news network Al Jazeera broadcasts an excerpt from a video of Osama bin Laden in which the terrorist leader first admits direct responsibility for the September 11, 2001 attacks and references the 2004 U.S. presidential election.

2007-07-27

Phoenix News Helicopter Collision: News helicopters from Phoenix, Arizona television stations KNXV and KTVK collide over Steele Indian School Park in central Phoenix while covering a police chase; there were no survivors. This was the first known incidence of two news helicopters colliding in mid-air, and the worst civil aviation incident in Phoenix history.

2011-07-10

British tabloid News of the World publishes its last edition after 168 years in the wake of a phone hacking scandal.

2012-09-02

A decades-long ban on veiled female news presenters is lifted from State television in Egypt

2013-04-23

A 1% flash crash hits the US stock market after a news agency was hacked and claimed injury to President Obama

2016-07-22

Fox News chief Ailes resigns after sexual harassment claims

2016-12-09

Hillary Clinton cites 'fake news' as urgent threat to democracy

2017-01-04

Anchor Megyn Kelly to join NBC after 12 years with Fox News

2017-01-22

Trump Attacks News Media Over Reporting on Crowd Sizes

2017-02-18

Trump Calls the News Media the 'Enemy of the American People'

2017-02-22

Firebrand Milo quits Breitbart News after child sex remarks

2017-02-22

Milo Yiannopoulos quits Breitbart News

2017-02-25

White House bans certain news media from briefing

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News - Notable Birthdays

Tiny GrimesJul 7, 1916

Walter CronkiteNov 4, 1916

Ella FitzgeraldApr 25, 1917

Paul HarveySep 4, 1918

Peter JenningsJul 29, 1938

News - Birthdays
Date Event
1816-07-21

Paul Julius Baron von Reuter, founded Reuters news service

1844-11-02

Sultan Mehmed V, Hearst-International News Pictorial, No. 52

1845-11-03

Edward D. White, Hearst-Pathé News, No. 20

1852-01-12

Joseph Joffre, Hearst-Pathé News, No. 8

1854-03-14

Thomas R. Marshall, Hearst-Pathé News, No. 20

1859-12-29

Venustiano Carranza, Hearst-Pathé News, No. 20

1864-06-24

Gertrude Berkeley, Break the News to Mother

1864-11-28

Lindley M. Garrison, Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial, No. 20

1872-12-21

Sidney Ainsworth, Not in the News

1873-01-13

Louis Payne, Big News

1874-03-29

Lou Henry Hoover, Hearst Metrotone News Vol. 3 #220

1878-12-03

Edgar J. MacGregor, Good News

1884-05-31

Frank Mandel, Good News

1884-06-07

Julius P Hoste, Belgium minister/daily newspaper publisher (Last News)

1889-06-02

Paul Frawley, Love Is News

1892-12-17

Laurence Schwab, Good News

1894-01-09

Lester Markel, News in Perspective

1900-06-11

Lawrence E Spivak, Brooklyn New York, American news panelist (Meet the Press)

1900-08-17

Quincy Howe, Boston Mass, newscaster (CBS Weekend News)

1902-04-11

Quentin Reynolds, NYC, newscaster (Its News to Me)/author (FBI)

1902-09-06

Morgan Beatty, Little Rock Ark, news anchor (Du Mont Evening News)

1904-05-08

John Derrick Mordaunt Snagge, bBC news announcer/commentator

1904-07-05

Don Goddard, Binghamton NY, news anchor (ABC Evening News 1958-59)

1904-9-10

Herbert Clark, Big News

1906-03-24

John Cameron Swayze, news correspondent/spokesman (Timex) [OS]

1907-06-28

Mary Lawlor, Good News

1907-09-14

Cecil Brown, news correspondent (CBS)

1908-02-04

Gordon Fraser, Lawrence Mass, newscaster (All Star News)

1908-02-04

Gordon Fraser, All Star News

1908-10-09

Marjorie Beebe, Hot News Margie

1909-11-03

James Reston, News in Perspective

1910-08-14

Gaius Shaver, Good News

1910-12-04

Mary Hunter, Quizzing the News

1912-06-04

Marta Labarr, Break the News

1912-09-08

Leo Cherne, NYC, economist/commentator (All Star News)

1912-11-26

Eric Sevareid, Velva ND, newscaster (CBS Weekend News)

1913-08-31

Peter Stursberg, CTV National News

1914-9-07

Ethel Britton, Joe Saldana of the Los Angeles Daily News

1915-01-18

Leslie Midgley, CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite

1915-03-21

Eleanore C. Kopecky, Broadcast News

1915-9-12

Frank McGee, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

1916-06-15

Marshall Field IV, publisher/editor (Chic Daily News, Sunday Times)

1916-07-07

Tiny Grimes, Newport News Virginia, Jazz guitarist

1916-11-04

Walter Cronkite, St Joseph Mo, news anchor (CBS Evening News 1962-81)

1917-04-25

Ella Fitzgerald, Newport News VA, jazz singer (Is it live or Memorex)

1917-06-04

Charles Collingwood, Mich, news commentator (CBS, Chronicles)

1917-07-14

Douglas Edwards, Alda Oklahoma, newscaster (CBS Evening News, FYI)

1917-12-31

Joan McCracken, Good News

1918-03-29

Pearl Bailey, Newport News Va, singer (Hello Dolly)

1918-05-23

Emmett Vogan Jr., News Hounds

1918-09-04

Paul Harvey, Tulsa Oklahoma, news commentator (Rest of the story)

1918-09-26

Humphrey van Loo, Dutch news director (ANP/Reuter)

1918-11-06

Maurice Marks, The Bad News Bears

1919-01-14

Andy Rooney, Albany NY, CBS news correspondent (60 Minutes)

1920-06-27

Ray McDonald, Good News

1920-07-10

David Brinkley, Wilmington NC, NBC news anchor (Huntley-Brinkley)

1920-10-01

Walter Matthau, NYC, actor (Odd Couple, Bad News Bears)

1921-04-28

Rowland Evans, White Marsh Pa, news reporter (CNN-Evans & Novak)

1921-05-23

Loren Tindall, Good News

1921-05-31

Howard Reig, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

1921-08-10

Marvin Zindler, Eyewitness News

1921-09-12

Frank McGee, Monroe La, news anchor (NBC Evening News)

1921-9-12

Hughes Rudd, The CBS Morning News

1922-06-17

Jerry Fielding, The Bad News Bears

1922-07-01

George Fischbeck, Eyewitness News

1922-08-05

Victor Toyota, The Bad News Bears Go to Japan

1922-09-24

Theresa Merritt, Newport News Va, actress (Mama-That's My Mama)

1922-12-14

Don Hewitt, NYC, CBS news executive producer (60 Minutes)

1922-12-14

Don Hewitt, Douglas Edwards with the News

1923-02-02

Mary Elizabeth "Liz" Smith, Tx, journlist/author (WNBC, NY Daily News)

1923-03-27

Louis Simpson, Jamaican/US poet (Good News of Death), (d. 2012)

1923-04-17

Harry Reasoner, ABC World News Tonight with David Muir

1923-04-21

Tex Antoine, Eyewitness News

1923-06-10

Robert Maxwell, [Jan Hoch], Czech, billionaire/CEO (NY Daily News)

1923-11-29

Frank Reynolds, E Chicago Ind, news anchor (ABC Evening News)

1923-11-29

Frank Reynolds, ABC World News Tonight with David Muir

1923-12-21

Yangi Kitadani, The Bad News Bears Go to Japan

1924-06-02

Peter Hackes, Broadcast News

1924-12-23

Floyd Kalber, Omaha Neb, newscaster (NBC Weekend News Anchor-1973)

1925-04-13

Robert E. Strickland, Good News

1925-08-01

Georgia Lee Settle, Good News

1925-09-27

Viscount Rothermere, English press magnate (Daily Mail, Evening News)

1925-10-12

Fons Jansen, news reader/Dutch cabaretier (court jester of beliefs)

1925-11-20

Judy Woodruff, news analyst & commentator

1927-07-14

John William Chancellor, Chicago Ill, news anchor (NBC, VOA)

1927-08-18

Eddie Barker, A CBS News Inquiry: The Warren Report

1927-10-01

Sandy Gall, ITV News

1927-11-05

Robert Abernethy, Geneva Switz, Newscaster (NBC News Encore)

1928-01-08

Sander Vanocur, Cleve Ohio, news anchor (NBC Weekend News)

1928-01-13

Patricia Marshall, Good News

1928-02-09

Roger Mudd, Wash DC, news ancher (CBS Weekend News, NBC Evening News)

1928-02-09

Roger Mudd, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

1929-06-18

James Bishop, editor (London News Publications)

1929-11-29

Jess Marlow, Channel 4 News

1930-01-13

Nannette Rickert, Broadcast News

1930-04-28

James Baker III, CBS News Special Report: Iraq Study Group News Conference

1930-06-26

Bob Banfield, Eyewitness News

1930-10-17

Jimmy Breslin, Queens NYC, columnist (NY Post, News, Newsday)

1930-10-28

Bruce Morton, The CBS Morning News

1931-01-15

Thomas Hoving, NYC, news correspondent (20/20)

1931-01-19

Robert MacNeil, Montreal, news anchor (NBC Weekend News, 1965-67)

1931-02-26

Robert D Novak, Joliet Ill, news reporter (CNN-Evans & Novak)

1931-04-20

Lee Hamilton, CBS News Special Report: Iraq Study Group News Conference

1931-06-09

William C. Virdon, The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training

1931-06-21

Lawrence K Grossman, News president (NBC-TV)

1931-07-23

Richard Searby, deputy-chairman (News Corp Ltd-Australia)

1931-08-31

Dan Rather, news anchor (CBS-TV)

1931-10-06

Fred Graham, newscaster/journalist (CBS News, Court TV)

1931-10-31

Dan Rather, Wharton, Texas, American journalist and news anchor (CBS Evening News, 60 Minutes)

1932-02-01

John Hart, Denver Colorado, newsman (CBS News Retrospective, NBC News)

1932-05-16

Isaac Holt, Bad News Bears

1932-08-25

Andrew Gardner, News at Ten

1932-09-19

Mike Royko, Chicago, journalist (Chic Daily News)/author (Boss)

1933-01-08

Charles Osgood, NYC, news anchor (CBS Weekend News)

1933-01-08

Charles Osgood, CBS News Sunday Morning

1933-07-30

Ben Piazza, The Bad News Bears

1934-05-19

James Charles Lehrer, Wichita Ks, news anchor (McNeil-Lehrer Report)

1934-06-05

Bill D Moyers, Hugo Oklahoma, news commentator (Bill Moyers' Journal)

1934-11-22

Paul Johnson, Channel 4 News

1934-12-29

Tom Jarriel, LaGrange Ga, newscaster (ABC Weekend News, 20/20)

1935-08-22

Morton Dean, ABC News Nightline

1935-09-10

John Palmer, Kingsport Tenn, news anchor (NBC Weekend News)

1935-9-10

John Palmer, NBC News at Sunrise

1936-01-07

Eldee Young, Bad News Bears

1936-03-12

Lloyd Dobbins, Newport News Va, newscaster (NBC News Overnight)

1936-05-12

Tom Snyder, Milwaukee Wisc, newscaster (Tommorow, NBC Weekend News)

1937-02-13

Marc Howard, WPVI Action News

1937-02-25

Bob Schieffer, Austin Tx, newscaster (CBS Weekend News)

1937-04-21

Bill McLaughlin, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather

1937-06-04

Mortimer B Zuckerman, CEO (US News & World Report, NY Daily News)

1937-07-10

Ernie Chambers, KLKN Channel 8 ABC News of Lincoln, Nebraska at 10 PM

1937-11-30

Richard Threlkeld, The CBS Morning News

1937-12-16

Joyce Bulifant, Newport News Va, actress (Marie-Mary Tyler Moore Show)

1938-02-23

Sylvia Chase, St Paul Minn, newscaster (ABC Weekend News, 20/20)

1938-03-23

Christopher Glenn, NYC, news anchor (CBS Nightwatch)

1938-03-23

Christopher Glenn, In the News

1938-07-29

Peter Jennings, Toronto Canada, news anchor (ABC Evening News)

1938-07-29

Peter Jennings, ABC World News Tonight with David Muir

1939-02-25

John Leonard, CBS News Sunday Morning

1939-04-03

Jeff Gralnick, NBC News Decision 2010

1939-05-01

Max Robinson, Richmond Virginia, American broadcast journalistr (ABC Evening News) (d. 1988)

1939-05-01

Max Robinson, ABC World News Tonight with David Muir

1939-08-17

Luther Allison, Mayflower Ark, rock guitarist (Bad News is Coming)

1940-02-04

Jim O'Brien, WPVI Action News

1940-02-06

Tom Brokaw, Yankton SD, news anchor (NBC Nightly News 1982- )

1940-02-06

Tom Brokaw, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

1940-05-09

James L Brooks, producer/director (Broadcast News, Taxi, Critic)

1940-05-22

Bernard Shaw, news correspondant (CBS, CNN)

1940-08-12

Michael Brunson, News at Ten

1940-10-05

Acel Moore, Black Perspective on the News

1941-06-22

Ed Bradley, Phila, CBS news correspondent (60 Minutes)

1941-12-10

Bill Schechner, NBC News Overnight

1942-02-27

Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Due West SC, news reporter (McNeil-Lehrer)

1942-07-17

Peter Sissons, BBC News at Ten O'Clock

1942-10-21

Larry Kane, KYW Eyewitness News

1943-06-10

Jeff Greenfield, ABC News Nightline

1943-06-22

Brit Hume, ABC News Nightline

1943-07-03

Geraldo Rivera, [Gerry Rivers], NYC, news personality (20/20, Geraldo)

1943-07-05

Curt Blefary [Curtis Le Roy], Brooklyn, New York, American baseball player (1965 AL rookie of year, The Sporting News Rookie of the Year)

1943-07-12

Ernie Anastos, Nashua NH, news anchor (WCBS, WABC)

1943-11-20

Antonio Inoki, The Bad News Bears Go to Japan

1943-12-08

Michael Unger, English editor-in-chief (Evening News, Manchester)

1944-01-10

Bernard Derome, Canadian news presenter (Le Téléjournal)

1944-03-29

John Suchet, British TV journalist (Independent TV News)

1944-07-07

Feleti Sevele, TV Tonga News

1944-9-25

Eugenia Zukerman, CBS News Sunday Morning

1945-04-29

Arnold Rowland, A CBS News Inquiry: The Warren Report

1946-04-05

Barbara Rowland, A CBS News Inquiry: The Warren Report

1946-07-22

Steve Friedman, TV news executive/actor (American Anthem)

1946-08-20

Connie Chung, TV news anchor (NBC, CBS)

1946-10-11

Elinor Goodman, Channel 4 News

1946-10-20

Connie Chung, Washington DC, news ancher (NBC, CBS)

1946-9-19

Joseph V. Ferguson, The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training

1947-01-19

Ann Compton, news reporter (ABC TV)

1947-03-29

Tritia Toyota, Channel 4 News

1947-07-22

Albert Brooks, Los Angeles California, comedian (Broadcast News, Lost in America)

1947-08-15

Brian Hulls, British TV news cameraman

1947-09-28

Harold Dow, Hackensack NJ, news correspondent (CBS, 48 Hours)

1947-10-10

Roger Metzger, The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training

1947-10-12

Chris Wallace, Chicago Illinois, newscaster (NBC Weekend News)

1947-11-09

Furnell Chatman, Channel 4 News

1947-9-28

Jon Snow, Channel 4 News

1948-02-02

Jessica Savitch, Kennet Sq PA, news anchor (NBC)

1948-03-17

Patrician McKinnon, And That's the News, Goodnight

1948-05-02

Larry Gatlin, 13th Annual Music City News Awards

1948-07-06

Tom Curley, 365gay News

1948-11-10

Aaron Brown, World News Now

1948-12-09

Steve Handelsman, NBC News Decision 92 Republican Convention

1949-01-13

Fred Valis, Fox News

1949-02-06

Tim Ewart, ITV News

1949-03-12

Mary Alice Williams, news reporter (NBC-TV)

1949-03-31

Greg Ganske, KCCI News at 5

1949-06-26

Fredric Brandt, VH1 News Presents: Plastic Surgery Obsession

1949-10-26

Scott Palmer, WPVI Action News

1950-02-15

Donna Hanover Giuliani, TV news anchor (WPIX)/wife of Mayor Giuliani

1950-03-02

Mitchel Laurance, actor (LA Law, Not Necessarily the News)

1950-07-02

Johnny Colla, California, rock sax (Huey Lewis & The News-Need a New Drug)

1950-07-23

Kaity Tong, news anchor (WABC-TV NYC)

1950-07-27

Simon Jones, Willshire England, comedian (News is the News)

1950-09-19

Joan Lunden, Fair Oaks California, news host (Good Morning America)

1951-02-05

Thalia Assuras, World News Now

1951-03-03

Lindsay Cooper, English musician and composer (Henry Cow, News from Babel)

1951-05-29

Peter Chernin, President of News Corporation

1951-06-15

Steve Walsh, More Bad News

1951-11-03

Ed Murawinski, American cartoonist, New York Daily News

1951-11-13

Bill Gibson, California, rock drummer (Huey Lewis & The News)

1951-9-04

David Renwick, Not the Nine O'Clock News

1952-08-26

Gadi Sukenik, Channel 2 News

1952-11-21

Terry Lloyd, News at Ten

1952-9-27

Rob Bonnet, BBC News 24

1953-02-14

Martha Raddatz, ABC News Nightline

1953-02-26

Bree Walker, news anchor (WNBC TV, KNBC TV)

1953-03-31

Sean Hopper, California, rock keyboardist (Huey Lewis & The News)

1953-05-06

Tony Blair, CBS News Special Report: Joint News Conference

1953-12-06

Jan Borland, Pustule News

1954-03-30

Don Wesely, KLKN Channel 8 ABC News of Lincoln, Nebraska at 10 PM

1954-10-01

Richard Schlesinger, NYC, news correspondent (CBS, 48 Hours)

1954-11-10

Mario Cipollina, California, rock bassist (Huey Lewis & The News)

1954-12-02

Stone Phillips, news host (NBC Dateline)

1955-01-17

Gaby Rado, Channel 4 News

1955-03-01

Jimmy Fortune, Newport News Va, singer (Statler Bros-Class of '57)

1955-04-15

Morse Diggs, WAGA Fox 5 Atlanta News at 10 PM

1955-04-27

Cora Ann Mahalick, NJ, news anchor (WNYW-TV)

1955-06-01

Tony Snow, Fox News Sunday

1955-9-17

Willa Sandmeyer, KTLA Morning News

1956-02-24

Paula Zahn, Napperville Ill, news anchor (ABC, CBS This Morning)

1956-03-26

Charly McClain, 14th Annual Music City News Awards

1956-04-27

Mark West, Not Necessarily the News

1956-05-27

Cynthia McFadden, ABC News Nightline

1956-07-07

Bill Lagattuta, NYC, news correspondent (CBS, 48 Hours, Eye to Eye)

1957-01-07

Katie Couric, [Katherine], Arlington VA, TV news host (Today)

1957-03-09

Faith Daniels, news anchor (CBS-TV)

1957-03-28

Jennifer Vally, Olde News

1957-11-17

Debbie Thrower, BBC News Reader

1957-11-24

Chris Hayes, California, rock guitarist (Huey Lewis & The News)

1957-11-24

Edward Stourton, One O'Clock News

1958-02-10

John Yang, NBC News Decision 2010

1958-03-17

Chip Bolcik, Action 6 News: Episode 2

1958-03-20

Holly Hunter, Conyers Georgia, American actress (Broadcast News, The Piano)

1958-03-30

Kay Waldo Barnes, WDAF News at 5 PM

1958-08-08

Deborah Norville, news anchor (Today Show, Inside Edition)

1958-11-20

Hatsune Ishihara, The Bad News Bears Go to Japan

1958-11-24

Theresa Gonsalves, VH1 News Presents: Michael Jackson's Secret Childhood

1958-12-29

Ray De Laurentis, No News Is Good News/Master of Disaster

1959-01-27

Keith Olbermann, American news presenter

1959-03-04

Rick Ardon, Australian news presenter

1959-03-28

Chris Myers, Fox Sports News

1959-05-05

Brian Williams, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

1959-07-12

Prince Ulukalala Lavaka Ata, TV Tonga News

1960-03-25

Russ Mitchell, CBS News Up to the Minute

1960-9-18

William L. Wright, Broadcast News

1961-03-08

David Stambaugh, The Bad News Bears

1961-03-24

Gary Rodriguez, Bad News Bears

1961-04-28

David Pollock, The Bad News Bears

1961-10-07

Judy Fortin, Headline News

1961-12-04

Bluey Richards, Russell Howard's Good News

1962-02-25

Helen Taylor, The Shipping News

1962-05-14

Janet Shamlian, NBC News Decision 2010

1962-07-20

Benjamin Dane, Breaking News

1962-10-08

Siani Lee, Eyewitness News

1963-11-09

Erin Blunt, The Bad News Bears

1963-9-16

Gary Lee Cavagnaro, The Bad News Bears

1964-01-14

Shepard Smith, American news anchor

1964-02-01

Jeffrey Louis Starr, The Bad News Bears Go to Japan

1964-04-06

Phil Gayle, English news presenter

1964-08-09

Hoda Kotb, American television news anchor

1964-11-14

Bill Hemmer, American television news reporter

1964-12-16

Brett Marx, The Bad News Bears

1964-9-01

Amy Buckman, WPVI Action News

1965-02-12

Ruben Amaro Jr., Seven Deadly Sins: An MTV News Special Report

1965-04-21

Jacqui Beltrao, Sky News: Live at Five

1965-06-24

Chris Barnes, The Bad News Bears

1966-04-04

Victoria Sinclair, Naked News

1966-04-08

Charlotte Dawson, E! News

1966-06-23

Richie Jen, Breaking News

1966-10-26

Jeanne Zelasko, Fox Sports News

1966-11-16

Tricia Cast, Medford NY, actr (Amanda-Bad News Bear, Young & Restless)

1966-12-04

Suzanne Malveaux, American television news reporter

1966-12-04

Suzanne Malveaux, CNN Breaking News: Revolution in Egypt - President Mubarak Steps Down

1967-02-03

Chris Therrien, Fox Sports News

1967-08-05

Walt McGraw, Nick News with Linda Ellerbee

1967-10-23

Kenji Goto Jogo, Sôryoku hôdô! The News

1967-11-27

Andrea Catherwood, 5 News

1968-02-04

David Speakman, BayTV 9 O'Clock News

1968-05-18

Roxanne West, Naked News

1968-11-23

Kirsty Young, 5 News

1969-01-01

Christi Paul, American news anchor

1969-01-01

Christi Paul, Headline News

1969-01-20

Melissa Rivers, NYC, TV hostess (MTV, CBS Morning News)

1969-05-16

Kris Osborn, Headline News

1969-10-01

Paul D.S. DiGiorgio, Evening News

1969-10-03

Shane Butterworth, actor (Timmy-Bad News Bears)

1969-10-10

Shelley Cornick, The Shipping News

1969-10-20

Glen Amo, News

1969-10-22

Jason Feinberg, E! News Live

1969-10-29

Ali Velshi, CNN Breaking News: Terror Attempt on U.S. Airliner

1969-12-06

Quinn Smith, The Bad News Bears

1969-9-03

Penne Dennison, E! News

1970-02-26

Meeno Peluce, Amsterdam Netherlands, actor (Bad News Bears)

1970-04-05

Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Channel 4 News

1970-05-29

Natarsha Belling, Australian news presenter

1970-08-05

Linda Stouffer, Headline News

1970-11-18

Megyn Kelly, American television news anchor

1971-03-20

Curt Pair, Nick News with Linda Ellerbee

1971-04-07

Tamala Edwards, World News Now

1971-07-16

Garland McAbee, KJRH News at 10 PM

1971-10-28

Steven Shehori, Naked News

1972-01-10

Andy Dominianni, WCCO Channel 4 News

1972-03-09

Travis Stork, Friday News Feed/Doctors Health Scare Experiment/Celebrity Photographer Exposes Retouching Secrets/Solutions to Funky Feet

1972-05-06

Naoko Takahashi, Sôryoku hôdô! The News

1972-05-10

Alycia Lane, KYW Eyewitness News

1972-05-12

Greg Preece, Naked News

1972-05-31

Sara Sidner, CNN Breaking News: Libya Revolution - Rebels Enter Tripoli and Gadhafi Compound

1972-06-09

Sarah Bloomquist, WPVI Action News

1972-06-20

Saad Abedine, CNN Breaking News: Revolution in Egypt - President Mubarak Steps Down

1972-08-21

Geordie Wimmer, Fox Sports News

1972-10-05

Thomas Roberts, American news anchor

1972-10-26

Keith Garsee, Funny News Network

1972-12-11

Dana Macsim, Romanian television news reporter

1973-10-19

Sean K. Robb, Naked News

1974-01-15

Gordon Williams, Fox Sports News

1974-03-09

Will Payne, News to Me

1974-05-09

Line Ernlund, TV2 News

1974-05-29

Michelle Pantoliano, Naked News

1974-07-26

Dan Konopka, VEVO News: On the Set with OK Go and The Muppets

1974-9-12

Tamera Reed, FLNNN: The Florida News Network News

1975-01-01

Glen Stollery, One Network News

1975-02-22

Stefan Richardson, E! News Live

1976-01-21

Lynn Thomas, Newport News VA, playmate (May 1997)

1976-03-01

Dave Malkoff, American TV News Reporter

1976-05-21

Matthew Newmark, The News from St. Louis

1976-07-20

Erica Hill, American news anchor

1976-08-02

Stephanie Riley, Chocolate News

1976-08-07

Pancho Moler, Bad News Bears

1976-12-27

Gennie James, Broadcast News

1976-9-06

Lars Oostveen, News from Heaven

1977-04-10

Joshua Holt, Naked News

1977-06-12

Camila Pitanga, I'd Receive the Worst News from Your Beautiful Lips

1977-07-08

Nick Stewart, Business World News

1977-10-31

Jo Whittemore, Yesterday's News

1978-03-21

Charmaine Dragun, Australian news anchor (d.2007)

1978-04-04

Jeremy Chase, Naked News

1978-04-10

Jonathan Grubbs, Always Good News

1978-07-03

Gia Gomez, Naked News

1978-08-22

Michael Leona, World News Now

1978-10-02

Jonathan Cane, MTV News

1979-01-07

Courtney Fontaine, The Bad News Bearer

1979-01-26

John Shurko, The Shipping News

1979-06-26

Brandy Dean, Front Page News

1979-07-12

Maya Kobayashi, Sôryoku hôdô! The News

1979-08-17

Monique Cooper, Bad News Bears

1979-12-19

Sheyla Hershey, VH1 News Presents: Plastic Surgery Obsession

1980-04-02

Adam Fleming, English news reporter

1980-07-30

Willy Adkins, Headline News

1981-03-23

Jonathan Benya, Broadcast News

1981-07-01

Amanda Seales, TIL This Week: Blackurate News

1981-07-21

Aline, Bad News Bitches 3

1982-04-02

Glauce Queiroz, I'd Receive the Worst News from Your Beautiful Lips

1982-11-10

Arne Stephan, The News

1983-01-24

James E. Foley, Action News 5

1983-02-06

Misuzu Tanobe, Weekly News ONZE

1983-07-26

Kate Bolduan, CNN Breaking News: Terror Attempt on U.S. Airliner

1984-03-27

Elena Levon, Bad News

1984-05-01

Keiichiro Koyama, Japanese musician (NEWS)

1984-11-03

Ryo Nishikido, Japanese Idol (member of NEWS (band) and Kanjani8)

1984-9-29

Kris Carter, Breaking News

1985-01-19

Louisa Lanewood, Bad News Bitches 3

1985-04-09

Yamashita Tomohisa, Japanese singer News

1986-12-27

Deena Daniels, Bad News Bitches 3

1987-04-27

Emma Taylor-Isherwood, The Shipping News

1987-07-11

Shigeaki Kato, Japanese idol singer (NEWS)

1987-08-31

Melanie Jayne, Bad News Bitches 3

1987-11-11

Yuya Tegoshi, Japanese Idol (member of NEWS and Tegomass)

1987-11-18

Cryss Adeff, Bad News Bears

1987-9-20

Martina Veltroni, Vice News VR: MIllions March

1988-03-18

Kendall Kellogg, The News of 1941

1988-04-19

Dana Bishop, Fox 47 News at 9

1989-02-14

Tim Roberts, Breaking News

1989-08-06

Jeffrey Davies, Bad News Bears

1990-07-04

Erika Parker, Teen News Now

1990-08-05

Loni Evans, This Ain't Fox News XXX

1990-10-18

Terri Swannee, Teen News Now

1991-08-18

Brandon Craggs, Bad News Bears

1992-01-11

Grayce Woodies, Teen News Now

1992-04-02

Sammi Kane Kraft, Bad News Bears

1994-04-30

Timmy Deters, Bad News Bears

1995-03-18

Amanda Marie Lungaro, Another News Show

1997-10-31

Sydney Park, SBP News Commercial Controversy

News - Notable Weddings

Mike WallaceAug 30, 1940

Clint EastwoodMar 31, 1996

Alan GreenspanApr 6, 1997

Roger GoodellOct 25, 1997

Peter JenningsDec 6, 1997

News - Weddings
Date Event
1940-08-30

CBS news correspondent Mike Wallace (22) weds Norma Kaphan in Brookline, Massachusetts

1949-03-11

CBS news correspondent Mike Wallace (30) weds actress Buff Cobb (21) in Cook County, Illinois

1986-06-28

CBS news correspondent Mike Wallace (68) weds Mary Yates

1992-12-31

WCBS TV news anchor Carol Martin weds Joe Terry

1993-04-24

ABC news analyst Jeff Greenfield weds Karen Gannett

1995-05-20

"Broadcast News" actress Holly Hunter (37) weds cinematographer Janusz Kaminski (35)

1996-03-31

Actor and director Clint Eastwood (65) weds news anchor Dina Ruiz (30) in Las Vegas

1997-04-06

Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan (71) weds NBC News correspondent Andrea Mitchell (50) at Little Washington in Washington, Virginia

1997-10-04

MTV news anchor Tabitha Soren (30) weds "Liars Poker" author Michael Lewis (37) in Garrison, New York

1997-10-25

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (38) weds news anchor Jane Skinner (30) at First Presbyterian Church in Lake Forest, Illinois

1997-12-06

ABC's World News Tonight news anchor Peter Jennings (59) weds Kayce Freed in Bridgehampton, New York

1998-08-22

FOX News Channel correspondent and Robert F. Kennedy's youngest son Douglas Kennedy (32) weds Molly Stark (29) in Nantucket, Massachusetts

2001-11-20

ABC News political analyst George Stephanopoulos (40) weds actress Alexandra Wentworth (36) at Greek Orthodox Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Manhattan

2002-07-20

ABC's World News Tonight co-host Elizabeth Vargas (39) weds singer-songwriter Marc Cohn (43) at the Council on Foreign Relations

2003-08-10

Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera (60) weds former Rivera Live producer Erica Levy (28) at Manhattan's Central Synagogue

2004-07-24

Former MSNBC news anchor Ashleigh Banfield (36) weds real estate financier Howard Gould (31) in Kenora, Ontario

2005-08-20

Award-winning American news anchor Lauren Sanchez (35) weds prominent talent agent Patrick Whitesell at The Bacara Resort and Spa in Santa Barbara, California

2006-04-02

NBC "Weekend Today" anchor Campbell Brown (38) weds FOX News contributor Dan Senor (34) at the Beaver Creek Chapel in Beaver Creek, Colorado

2007-09-01

The first Apprentice winner Bill Rancic (36) weds E! News anchor Giuliana DePandi (32) at the Church of Santa Sofia in Capri, Italy

2010-11-06

"Girls Gone Wild" creator Joe Francis (37) weds CBS News Entertainment Reporter Christina McLarty on a civil wedding in Mexico

2011-05-15

Actress Tamera Mowry (32) weds Fox News Correspondent Adam Housley (39) at Villagio Inn & Spa in Napa, California

2012-02-18

Activist and contributor for ABC News Elizabeth Smart (24) weds Matthew Gilmour (22) in Hawaii

2014-06-07

Good Morning America's meteorologist Ginger Zee (33) weds NBC news correspondent Benjamin Aaron at beachfront ceremony in Petoskey, Michigan

News - Notable Deaths

Peter JenningsAug 7, 2005

Tim RussertJun 13, 2008

News - Deaths
Date Event
1899-02-25

Paul Julius von Reuter, founder of the news agency (Reuters), dies

1918-07-03

Sultan Mehmed V, Hearst-International News Pictorial, No. 52

1920-05-21

Venustiano Carranza, Hearst-Pathé News, No. 20

1921-05-19

Edward D. White, Hearst-Pathé News, No. 20

1922-05-21

Sidney Ainsworth, Not in the News

1925-06-01

Thomas R. Marshall, Hearst-Pathé News, No. 20

1931-01-03

Joseph Joffre, Hearst-Pathé News, No. 8

1932-10-19

Lindley M. Garrison, Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial, No. 20

1944-01-07

Lou Henry Hoover, Hearst Metrotone News Vol. 3 #220

1946-06-15

Gertrude Berkeley, Break the News to Mother

1949-10-06

Robert Lynd [YY], Irish writer/critic (News Chronicle), dies at 70

1951-05-29

Laurence Schwab, Good News

1953-08-14

Louis Payne, Big News

1954-06-22

Don Hollenbeck, newscaster (CBS Weekend News), dies at 49

1957-09-01

Edgar J. MacGregor, Good News

1958-04-20

Frank Mandel, Good News

1959-02-20

Ray McDonald, Good News

1959-12-09

Walter Compton, news anchor (DuMont Evening News), dies at 47

1960-02-09

Eugene W. Castle, The News Parade of the Year 1942

1961-11-01

Joan McCracken, Good News

1965-03-17

Quentin Reynolds, newscaster (Its News to Me)/author (FBI), dies at 62

1972-03-02

Bill Lawrence, news anchor (ABC), dies at 56

1972-03-30

Gabriel Heather, US news anchor, dies at 81

1974-07-15

Christine Chubbuck, television news reporter (b.1944)

1977-02-17

Quincy Howe, newscaster (CBS Weekend News), dies at 76

1977-10-12

Doris Davenport, actress (Behind the News, Westerner), dies at 81

1980-02-17

Jerry Fielding, The Bad News Bears

1981-10-16

Stanley Clements, actor (Boys' Prison, Army Bound, Hot News), dies

1982-03-17

Jan Kuiper, Dutch news editor (IKON), murdered in El Salvador

1983-01-12

Tex Antoine, Eyewitness News

1983-05-09

Marjorie Beebe, Hot News Margie

1983-07-20

Frank Reynolds, news anchor (ABC Evening News), dies at 59

1983-07-20

Frank Reynolds, ABC World News Tonight with David Muir

1983-09-25

Jim O'Brien, WPVI Action News

1983-10-24

Jessica Savitch, news anchor (NBC-TV), dies at 35

1987-01-22

R Budd Dwyer, Penns State Treasurer, facing prison for conspiracy & perjury, shot himself to death at a televised news conference

1987-07-10

Victor Toyota, The Bad News Bears Go to Japan

1987-10-25

Cecil Brown, news correspondent (CBS), dies at 80

1988-12-08

Herbert "Tubo" Rhoad, US singer (Persuasions-Good news), dies at 44

1988-12-20

Max Robinson, ABC World News Tonight with David Muir

1989-05-31

Terry Drinkwater, CBS news correspondent, dies at 53 of cancer

1990-07-27

Kim Thomas-Friedland, news anchor (FNN), dies at 32

1991-08-06

Harry Reasoner, ABC World News Tonight with David Muir

1991-08-29

Kathryn Cravens, news correspondent, dies at 92

1991-09-07

Ben Piazza, The Bad News Bears

1991-11-05

Robert Maxwell, Billionaire publisher (NY Daily News), dies at 68

1992-07-09

Eric Savareid, News correspondent (CBS), dies at 79

1992-08-13

David Kaplan, news director (ABC), killed in Sarajevo Yugoslavia

1992-10-13

Hughes Rudd, news anchor (CBS Morning News), dies of aneurysm at 71

1992-10-13

Hughes Rudd, The CBS Morning News

1993-02-16

Richard Salant, news president (CBS-60 Minutes), dies at 78

1994-04-03

Betty Furness, actress/news consumer reporter (WNBC), dies at 78

1994-04-03

Pat Harper, NYC news anchor (WPIX, WNBC), dies

1994-04-17

Peter Hacker, US journalist/actor (NBC, Broadcast News), dies at 69

1994-04-17

Peter Hackes, Broadcast News

1994-10-04

Nannette Rickert, Broadcast News

1994-10-23

William Leonard, head (CBS News), dies of a stroke at 78

1995-02-14

Siem Suurhoff, TV-director (Behind the News, Sonja), dies at 58

1995-08-16

John Cameron Swayze, news anchor (NBC), dies at 89

1995-12-06

James Reston, News in Perspective

1996-03-13

Brian Hulls, television news cameraman, dies at 48

1996-03-25

John Derrick Mordaunt Snagge, news commentator (BBC), dies at 91

1996-07-12

John Chancellor, news anchor (VOA, NBC), dies at 68

1997-04-01

Nancy Woodhull, news editor (USA Today), dies of cancer at 52

1997-07-04

Charles Kuralt, news anchor (CBS Sunday Morning), dies at 62

1997-10-18

Nancy Dickerson, 1st female news correspondent (CBS), dies at 70

1998-02-22

Sandy Hume, correspondent (Fox News), commits suicide at 28

1998-10-11

Gaius Shaver, Good News

1999-06-30

Marta Labarr, Break the News

2000-01-01

Gordon Fraser, All Star News

2000-11-03

Mary Hunter, Quizzing the News

2001-10-10

Patrician McKinnon, And That's the News, Goodnight

2001-10-28

Siani Lee, Eyewitness News

2002-03-12

Eleanore C. Kopecky, Broadcast News

2002-06-19

Leslie Midgley, CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite

2002-12-16

Emmett Vogan Jr., News Hounds

2003-03-22

Terry Lloyd, News at Ten

2003-03-30

Gaby Rado, Channel 4 News

2005-04-12

Fred Valis, Fox News

2005-08-07

Peter Jennings, Canadian-born news anchor (b. 1938)

2005-08-07

Peter Jennings, ABC World News Tonight with David Muir

2006-05-04

Yangi Kitadani, The Bad News Bears Go to Japan

2006-05-07

Richard Carleton, Australian news reporter (b.1943)

2006-08-15

Doug White, American news anchor

2006-10-17

Christopher Glenn, In the News

2007-02-12

Eldee Young, Bad News Bears

2007-03-06

Allen Coage (aka "Bad News Brown", "Bad News Allen"), American professional wrestler and judoka (b. 1943)

2007-07-13

Helen Taylor, The Shipping News

2007-07-29

Marvin Zindler, Eyewitness News

2007-08-07

Hal Fishman, Los Angeles based local news anchor. (b. 1931)

2008-01-24

Randy Salerno, co-anchor of Chicago's CBS 2 News (b. 1963)

2008-03-08

Carol Barnes, former ITV news presenter (b. 1944)

2008-06-13

Tim Russert, American television host, NBC News Meet the Press moderator, dies at 58

2008-07-12

Tony Snow, Fox News Sunday

2008-08-31

Ike Pappas, American news correspondent (b. 1933)

2008-10-25

Anne Pressly, American news anchor (b. 1982)

2008-11-05

John Leonard, CBS News Sunday Morning

2008-11-10

Howard Reig, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

2008-12-17

Freddy Breck, German schlager singer, composer, record producer and news anchor (b. 1942)

2009-03-31

Jarl Alfredius, Swedish news anchor (b. 1943)

2009-08-19

Don Hewitt, television news producer & director; creator of 60 Minutes (b. 1922)

2009-08-19

Don Hewitt, Douglas Edwards with the News

2010-06-29

Paul Johnson, Channel 4 News

2011-05-09

Jeff Gralnick, NBC News Decision 2010

2011-08-19

Gun Hägglund, Swedish news presenter (b. 1932)

2012-01-13

Richard Threlkeld, The CBS Morning News

2012-06-28

Bob Banfield, Eyewitness News

2012-07-23

Eddie Barker, A CBS News Inquiry: The Warren Report

2012-10-11

Sammi Kane Kraft, Bad News Bears

2013-08-03

John Palmer, NBC News at Sunrise

2014-02-22

Charlotte Dawson, E! News

2014-03-07

Bill McLaughlin, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather

2014-08-03

Jess Marlow, Channel 4 News

2014-08-31

Peter Stursberg, CTV National News

2014-09-05

Bruce Morton, The CBS Morning News

2015-01-31

Kenji Goto Jogo, Sôryoku hôdô! The News

2015-03-25

George Fischbeck, Eyewitness News

2015-04-05

Fredric Brandt, VH1 News Presents: Plastic Surgery Obsession

2017-01-12

Clare Hollingworth, who broke news of World War II, dies aged 105

2017-02-21

Fox News 'Bulls and Bears' presenter Brenda Buttner dies aged 55 after cancer battle

2017-05-19

Roger Ailes, founder of Rupert Murdoch's Fox News Channel, dies, aged 77

2017-05-22

Fox News Founder Roger Ailes Dies Aged 77


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