WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- The Best Advice My Father Gave Me. // Best Life;Jun2008, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p128
The article presents accounts of different personalities about the best advice their fathers gave them. Grant Phil of Phoenix Suns said that his father taught him about sports and saving money. Actor and director Ed Burns shared that his father would tell them about not telling him about what...
- `Do right and do well.' Kirtz, Bill // Quill;Apr98, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p6
Profiles Dan Rather, anchor of CBS Incorporated's Evening News. Background information on Rather; Comments from Rather; When Rather joined the Evening News.
- Dan Rather is a good ol' boy. Draper, R. // Texas Monthly;Nov91, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p150
Profiles `CBS Evening News' anchorman Dan Rather who grew up in Houston and still maintains ties there. Reputation for hot temper; Difficulties at `CBS Evening News'; Rather's new autobiography `I Remember'; Rather's response to critics; Journalism career ups and downs; Work on `48 Hours.'
- He'd rather be running. Averbuch, G. // Runner's World;Nov88, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p30
Interview with Dan Rather, 57, anchorman of `The CBS Evening News With Dan Rather.' Although he rarely gives interviews, Rather talks freely and easily about one of his passions--running. Personal life and background; Involvement with running; Personal benefits from running.
- Dan Rather draws a blank. Waters, H.F. // Newsweek;9/28/1987, Vol. 110 Issue 13, p47
On September 11 Dan Rather, the anchor of the `CBS Evening News' angrily walked away from his post, leaving millions of viewers staring at six minutes of blank screen. The unprecedented event cast a cloud over Rather's judgment. He was coaxed into returning and CBS quickly explained the...
- Dan Rather, the conscience of CBS. // New York;2/3/86, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p32
Dan Rather wants to be the loyal company man, but he also sees himself as the heir to Ed Murrow, the conscience of CBS. He's zealous about protecting his turf, reluctant to confront adversaries, and determined to win the ratings war. So far he'sbeen atop the ratings for almost five years.
- Washington notebook. Schorr, D. // New Leader;2/8/88, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p3
Observations on the events leading up to the television donnybrook between Vice President George Bush (Republican candidate for the Presidency) and CBS anchor man Dan Rather concerning Mr. Bush's role in the Iran-contra affair.
- The great TV shout-out. Alter, C.; Fineman, H. // Newsweek;2/8/1988, Vol. 111 Issue 6, p20
Vice President George Bush squared off with Dan Rather last week on `The CBS Evening News.' The nine-minute shouting match ended abruptly but was enough to send Campaign '88 into a new state of bedlam. When Rather's questioning about Bush 's knowledge of the Iran-contra affair got too tough,...
- Dan Rather unleashed. Ryan, M. // People;8/27/90, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p36
Covers CBS anchorman Dan Rather's on-the-scene reporting in the Middle East and his scrambling to get interviews and shots other networks aren't getting. Ratings; Backstabbing in New York; Coverage.