Salant, CBS, and the Battle for the Soul of Broadcast Journalism: The Memoirs of Richard S. Salant

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Salant, CBS, and the Battle for the Soul of Broadcast Journalism
The Memoirs of Richard S. Salant

Foreword by Mike Wallace

Edited by Susan and Bill Buzenberg

Westview Press A Member of the Perseus Books Group

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Photos and Illustrations ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Editors' Acknowledgments xiii
  • Editors' Introduction 1
  • Part One - Signing On: The Early Years 15
  • 1 - Leaving the Law 17
  • 2 - Paley: The Road to Responsibility 21
  • 3 - Stanton: Renaissance Mentor 26
  • 4 - President, Cbs News 33
  • 5 - Half-Hour Evening News 37
  • 6 - Cronkite and Sevareid 44
  • 7 - Friendly Takes Over, Temporarily 49
  • 8 - The True Story of 60 Minutes 59
  • Part Two - Outside Pressure: The Nixon Years 69
  • 9 - War Against the Media 71
  • 10 - The Selling of the Pentagon"" 86
  • 11 - Watergate Reports 100
  • 12 - When Honesty Was Called Courage"" 111
  • 13 - Dear Charles": Affiliate Relations" 119
  • Part Three - Inside Pressure: Cbs, Inc. 127
  • 14 - Us Against Them"" 129
  • 15 - News as a Business 140
  • 16 - Fighting for Airtime 149
  • 17 - News and Advertisers 157
  • 18 - Journalists and Lawyers 172
  • Part Four - Management Philosophy 179
  • 19 - Loose Reins 181
  • 20 - Cbs News Standards 187
  • 21 - Management by Memo 195
  • 22 - Changing a White Male Bastion 210
  • 23 - People Fired, People Hired 216
  • Part Five - Editorial Philosophy 229
  • 24 - Letters from the Editor 231
  • 25 - What is News? 241
  • 26 - What is Bias? 252
  • 27 - Defending the Anchors 260
  • Part Six - Stepping Aside: Beyond Cbs 275
  • 28 - Pushed Out 277
  • 29 - Four More Years-- at Nbc 287
  • 30 - National News Council 298
  • Editors' Epilogue 303
  • Chronology 309
  • Index 313
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