EDWARD R. MURROW
Clooney honored by MoMA as actor, director and humanitarian
Clooney was honored Monday, Dec. 7, 2020, by co-stars and colleagues at the annual film benefit for the Museum of Modern Art, held virtually. MoMA’s annual film benefit raises funds to bring great works of film to the museum’s collection. Also giving virtual tributes Monday evening were actors Felicity Jones, Tiffany Boone, Kyle Chandler and Demian Bichir, who appear in “A Midnight Sky,” which Clooney stars in and directs. The benefit featured clips from some of Clooney’s many films: “Michael Clayton,” “Syriana,” "The Descendants,” “Gravity,” and “Good Night, and Good Luck,” among others. In earlier comments to The Associated Press, Clooney said “Good Night, and Good Luck” was probably his proudest professional accomplishment.
10 News wins 2018 Regional Murrow Award
ROANOKE, Va. – We are honored to announce that 10 News won a 2018 Regional Murrow Award for hard news in small market television. Regional Murrow Awards are presented to small and large radio, television and digital outlets based on 14 geographic regions. Regional winners are automatically considered for a national award. By winning this award, 10 News is now under consideration for a National Murrow Award. The Murrow Awards are the embodiment of the values, principles and standards set forth by Edward R. Murrow, a television journalism pioneer who set the standards for the highest quality of broadcast journalism.
60th anniversary of Edward R. Murrow's "See It Now"
60th anniversary of Edward R. Murrow's "See It Now" On March 9, 1954, Edward R. Murrow made television news history when his "See It Now" examined the methods of Sen. Joe McCarthy, using the senator's own words to document his abusive conduct in Senate hearings into alleged communist subversion.cbsnews.com