1959 – Keith Olbermann, born on the 27th of January in New York City, New York, USA. He is an American news anchor, commentator and radio sportscaster. 1975 – He is credited in Sports Collectors Bible, a book by Bert Randolph Sugar, which is considered one of the important early books for card collectors. 1979 ..
1950 – Born on September 7th in Brooklyn, New York. Speechwriter for Republican presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, coined A Thousand Points of Light, the Read My Lips, No New Taxes promise, and A Kinder, Gentler Nation. 1968 – Graduated from Rutherford High School, Rutherford, New Jersey. 1974 – Graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson ..
1777 – Born on the 10th of October in Chester County, Pennsylvania. 1801 – He worked in Wilmington for several years, attempting to establish a printing business that went bankrupt. 1805 – He published a short-lived literary magazine called the Apollo. 1836 – He edited and published the Weekly Register. 1839 – He died on ..
1834 – Born on the 9th of July in Prague, Bohemia. 1860 – He became a Freelance journalist and writer. – He participated all the central cultural and political struggles of his generation. 1877 – He was known for his satirical depiction of the petty bourgeois of Prague. 1957 – He translated his ..
1947 – Born in Rosenheim, Germany. – She was recently named the Knight Chair in Business Journalism at Columbia University. 1998 – She described the life of John Forbes Nash in A Beautiful Mind, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. 2001 – The ..
US broadcast journalist and newscaster 1908 – born- April 25th – Polecat Creek, North Carolina 1935 – U.S. radio and television broadcaster. Murrow joined CBS in and two years later became head of its European Bureau. 1939-45 – As a WWII war correspondent. Murrow was noted for dramatic and accurate radio broadcasts ..
1948 – Born on January 2nd in New York City. Judith Miller is a bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize-winning former investigative reporter for The New York Times. 1969 – Received her B.A. in Barnard College, Columbia University. 1972 – Received her M.A. from Princeton University. 1977 – She was a correspondent in New York Times. ..
1880 – Mencken was born in Baltimore, Maryland on September 12, 1880. 1899 – Worked as a reporter for the Baltimore Morning Herald. 1906 – Mencken became a reporter at The Baltimore Sun after working at the Baltimore Morning Herald. 1908 – Became a literary critic for the magazine The Smart Set. Mencken together with ..
1934 – Born on the 7th of October in Oldenburg, West Germany. 1936 – Her family moved to Jena when her father, art historian Dr. Werner Meinhof, became director of the city’s museum. 1955 – She took her Abitur at a school in Weilburg. – She then studied philosophy, sociology, Pädagogik (roughly pedagogy) and ..
1951 – She was born on the 18th day of October of this year in Port Huron, Michigan. 1986 – She received her BA in journalism from the University of California at Berkeley. 1992 – She achieved national attention with her third novel, Waiting To Exhale, which remained on The New York Times ..