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Journalist Abrar Bakhtiar, the late journalist's younger brother, read out a paper touching all aspects of the newsman's familial, personal and professional life.
Louis when Ron Morgan hired me as a newsman on KS-84 (KSD-FM) in 1980.
Krile last appeared as a newsman on the "5:30 Report," a short-lived local news program on Equity's KWBF-TV, Channel 42, that was taken off the air last summer.
A brave, dedicated newsman is dead and his killer must be brought to justice.
The Newsman is the only horse racing from Wareham's Findon stables and the trainer has some unorthodox training methods.
Despite all eyes being on Longchamp for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, The Newsman's chances in the Royal Bank Of Scotland Handicap Hurdle at the Sussex track should not be ignored.
At one point Carlson argues that it's pretty easy to be a newsman; far front having to pry secrets out of people, most just can't shut up.
The Newsman can hit the headlines in the Leslie Hooper 60th Birthday Handicap Chase following a fine effort at Ascot last time.
None of the geeks are yet household names, though some are likely to be in time, while the geezer list has many prominent names in industry and the arts -- architect Frank Gehry, newsman Mike Wallace, former basketball coach John Wooden, stockbroker Muriel Siebert.
(They married in September but didn't inform the press until months later.) The twist is, Daldry's previous long-term partner was theater designer Ian MacNeil, with whom he appeared in Out magazine--along with Ian's dad, former PBS newsman Robert MacNeil--in 1994.
Writing of the synod's final published message, which Kaiser said "didn't have anything to say about the single most disputed point on the synod floor and in the synod's coffee bars--how the church can make its governance more democratic," he asked, "Am I just being a newsman when I insist that people (particularly bishops) don't debate unless there's something worth debating about?
It is edited by Tris Coffin, a veteran newsman and close friend of mine.