During his illustrious career in broadcast journalism, Bob Schieffer has reported on the Watergate scandal, interviewed U.S. presidents, moderated three presidential debates, anchored the “CBS Evening News” and hosted CBS’ “Face the Nation.”
But it was in print journalism where the 80-year-old Schieffer earned his reporting chops. After a stint as an Air Force public information officer, Schieffer joined the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, where his most famous assignment was covering the 1963 assassination in Dallas of President John F. Kennedy.
So what does this veteran reporter foresee in the future for newspapers? Read the full article on the Muck Rack blog to find out, plus check out some other blogs from the past few weeks.
Like this article? Click to tweet it.
Muck Rack: Who Shared My Link
Have you heard of our super useful tool Who Shared My Link? Simply enter a URL and find out how many times it was shared and which journalists & bloggers shared it. Who Shared also comes in bookmarklet form! Drag the button to your bookmarks bar to install Who Shared My Link into your browser for easy access to this tool.
Curious to learn more? We'd love to show you how Muck Rack works!