Ed Bradley citations
Date de naissance: 22. juin 1941
Date de décès: 9. novembre 2006
Edward Rudolph Bradley, Jr., né le 22 juin 1941 à Philadelphie et mort le 9 novembre 2006 à New York, est un journaliste américain, célèbre pour ses vingt-six ans comme correspondant dans l'émission 60 Minutes de CBS News.
Au cours de sa carrière, il a également couvert la chute de Saïgon en 1975, a été le premier correspondant noir de télévision à couvrir la Maison-Blanche. Il aura aussi sa propre émission CBS Sunday Night avec Ed Bradley.
Il a reçu plusieurs récompenses pour son travail, dont dix-neuf Emmy Awards.
Citations Ed Bradley
„The ticking seconds announcing the start of 60 Minutes signal the end to another weekend. Hearing the clock is a weekly reminder there are only a few short hours left in Sunday and that another work week is about to begin. Seeing the distinguished and debonair Ed Bradley is the only thing I like about this show.“
„The CBS crew had arrived: Ed Bradley; his producer, David Gelber; and a cameraman. The 60 Minutes people had government permission to work on other stories in Beijing, but they went first to Shanghai as tourists, which gave them cover to work on the real story. Ordinary Chinese did not recognize Ed Bradley as a television star as he walked down the streets of Shanghai.“
„All across America, thousands of est graduates, Forum participants, Erhard employees, and other faithful acolytes — not to mention countless others who may have remembered only vaguely the man with the strange-sounding name of Werner Erhard — watched as 60 Minutes correspondent Ed Bradley related a dark story of Erhard's past.“
„Ed Bradley was much honored by his peers, the best honor always to receive, from those who judge harshest and judge best. It is very appropriate that Ed Bradley would be honored here in the halls of the Congress of the United States. Perhaps he was destined to be honored in any case, because he was a pioneer, a first of his kind. We are still in an era when the first blacks are coming forward and we honor them simply for piercing the iron veil of race, but we honor Ed Bradley in this Chamber today as a leader of his profession.“
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