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100 1  Greenwald, Marilyn S. 
245 10 Pauline Frederick reporting :|ba pioneering broadcaster 
       covers the Cold War /|cMarilyn S. Greenwald ; foreword by 
       Marlene Sanders.|h[Axis 360 electronic resource] 
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505 0  Cover; Contents; List of Photographs; Foreword; 
       Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chronology; 1. A Quirk of 
       Fate; 2. Polly the Prizewinner; 3. Talking about Serious 
       Things; 4. Television's Merciless Eye; 5. Crisis Pauline; 
       6. Perils of Pauline; 7. The Great Assembly Hall; 8. If 
       Not Miss Frederick, Who?; 9. Death of the Peacock; 10. 
       Liberating the Airwaves; 11. Good News, Bad News, and 
       Agnews; 12. Full Circle; 13. Out of the Box; Notes and 
       Sources; Selected Bibliography; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; 
       G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; Z. 
520    Pauline Frederick Reporting is the biography of the life 
       and career of the first woman to become a network news 
       correspondent. After no less an authority than Edward R. 
       Murrow told her there was no place for her in broadcasting,
       Pauline Frederick (1908-90) cracked the good old boys' 
       club through determination and years of hard work, 
       eventually becoming a trusted voice to millions of 
       television viewers. During Frederick's nearly fifty years 
       as a journalist, she interviewed a young Fidel Castro, 
       covered the Nuremberg trials, interpreted diplomatic 
       actions at the United Nations, and was the first. 
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