Max Robinson revealed how he got AIDS while on death bed
- Max Robinson, first black national TV news anchor, succumbs to AIDS in D.C. // Jet;1/9/89, Vol. 75 Issue 14, p14
Obituary for Max Robinson, former news anchorman for ABC TV.
- Max Robinson: fighting the demons. // Newsweek;1/2/1989, Vol. 113 Issue 1, p65
Profiles Max Robinson, the first black network anchor ever (on ABC's `World News Tonight'), who died recently at age 49 of AIDS. Talks about his conflicting life styles and problems.
- Max's message. // Newsweek;5/22/1989, Vol. 113 Issue 21, p5
Reports that former ABC News anchorman Max Robinson, who died from AIDS last December, was determined to find out how he contracted the disease and narrowed it down to three women.
- Black Facts. // Washington Informer;12/20/2012, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p6
The article presents several events related to the African Americans in the month of December in previous years which include death of first African American co-anchor of a news program Max Robinson in 1988, the beginning of the Edgefield Exodus in 1981 and birth of author Chancellor Williams.
- TRANSITIONS. // Advocate;1/31/89, Issue 517, p19
Presents news briefs concerning key personalities within the gay and lesbian communities in the U.S., as of January 31, 1989. Death of former ABC News television anchorman Max Robinson from complications related to AIDS; Demise of disco recording star Sylvester from AIDS-related complications.
- SEAFOOD IS HIS SPECIALTY. // Ebony;Mar1981, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p104
The article features the seafood recipes of African American and television news anchorman Max Robinson namely Shrimp Scampi, Broiled Lobster Tails, Stuffed Deviled Crab, Oyster Frittera and Seafood Gumbo.
- SILVERSTONE: MSVR BY STEPHEN LICKORISH. // Motor Sport News: The Voice of British Motorsport;5/16/2012, p27
The article offers news briefs on automobile rallies in Great Britain in 2012. A dramatic opening has occurred during the first Clubmans Radical Cup race as automobile racers Steve Burgess, Tim Porter, and Max Robinson joined the startline shunt. Racer Peter Seldon has gained the first place...
- Week of DECEMBER 17 to DECEMBER 23: Black History Journal. // Washington Informer;12/16/2010, Vol. 46 Issue 59, p6
The article offers information on several historic events related to African Americans from December 17-23 of various years. It states that Charles Randolph Uncles, the first African American priest in the U.S., was ordained in Baltimore, Maryland on December 19, 1891. It says that performer...
- TOPS IN TV NEWSCASTERS. // Ebony;Jan1979, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p110
Several photographs of African American television news anchors are presented, including Max Robinson, Carol Simpson, and Ed Bradley.