If you were in network TV news 50 or 60 years ago, the place to be was the CBS News Washington DC bureau.
CBS was long considered the gold standard of television news – after all, Edward R, Murrow helped shape and define it.
Among the roster of journalism heavyweights in the bureau was Roger Mudd. He had a front-row seat to that historic 20-year period from 1960 to 1980, which he wrote about in a 2008 memoir. That’s when I met him.
So here now, from 2008, Rodger Mudd
Roger Mudd died 10 days ago. He was 93.