Personal Award: Edward R. Murrow for Outstanding Reporting of the News
Winner 1943 | CBS Radio
The award for outstanding reporting of the year goes unanimously to Edward R. Murrow of CBS, who in 1937 helped to set up the first international chain of radio reporters, who set a standard in his own delivery, and whose reports from Britain last year reached a high point on December 3rd in his eyewitness account of a fortress raid over Berlin, an account rightly entitled Orchestrated Hell.
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