Ted Koppel

Ted Koppel was named anchorman of “ABC News Nightline” when the broadcast was introduced in march 1980. He is the principal on-air reporter and interviewer for television’s first late-night network news program. Koppel is also editorial manager of “Nightline.” In addition to his “Nightline” responsibilities, Koppel anchors “Viewpoint,” an ABC News broadcast which airs quarterly … Continued

Richard Salant

CBS News has been “on the team of getting at the truth” during the thirteen years that Richard S. Salant has been its president. Salant led the CBS network news operations between 1961 and 1964 and from February 1966 to the present. A member of the National News Council, Salant has remained dedicated to the … Continued

Ray Karpowicz

Ray Karpowicz has been a leader in St. Louis’ television news since becoming general manager of KSD/KSD-TV in 1969. karpowicz, who also serves as vice president of KSD/KSD-TV, Inc., pioneered the two-hour television news concept by programming nightly news broadcasts on KSD-TV from 5.,p.m. to 7 p.m. He launched the city’s first feature noontime newscast … Continued

Marlene Sanders

Sanders has been a pioneer in women’s involvement in the broadcast industry. She was the first woman to anchor an evening newscast (1964), to cover the Vietnam War (1966) and to be named a network news vice president (1976, at ABC News). Sanders joined CBS Reports in 1978 and won three Emmy Awards for her … Continued

Julius Hunter

Julius Hunter, anchorman for St. Louis’ KMOX-TV 6 p.m. news, is respected as a reporter, broadcast news anchorman, author and teacher. He was a copy writer for Foote, Cone and Belding in Chicago, an administrator at Washington University and a weekend anchor and news director at KSD-TV in St. Louis. Hunter graduated from Harris-Stowe State … Continued