Edward R. Murrow Reporting World War II. 2011. I Can Hear It Now. 2014. I Can Hear It Now, Vol. 2 (1933-1945). Edward R. 2016. See All. I Can Hear It Now the Sixties.
Murrow's three-record "I CAN HEAR IT NOW" series are circa-1960 reissues of a set of COUMBIA LPs from a decade earlier. Murrow's hope that this would become reality never happened. Many of the overseas sound bites represent how Americans first heard them, via orted shortwave broadcasts. All segments are dubs of records that vary in condition from good to crackly. None cannot be understood due to a poor source disc. SIDE ONE BAND ONE Will Rogers talks about America and the Depression, 1932 - FDR assumes the Presidency on 3/4/33: "Nothing to Fear But Fear.
In one album (''I Can Hear It Now, 1919-1932''), we strayed from that tradition, but the jacket of that album clearly identifies the technique. The advent of audiotape in 1947, which Murrow and I were among the first to employ in serious journalism, changed all that
The man primarily responsible for starting this Institute was Nicholas Murray Butler in 1919. Its work has been praised as recently as 1948 by President Eisenhower. The Senator alleged that we were doing the work of the Russian Secret Police, training spies. We were in fact conducting normal cultural and educational relations with foreign nations. The Moscow summer session was cancelled in 1935 by the. Also in this database: Joseph R. McCarthy's Prosecution of . Murrow on CBS Television Program See It Now. Page Updated: 2/20/17.
All about I Can Hear It Now (1919-1932) by Edward R. Murrow. I Can Hear It Now (1919-1932).
In later years, Edward R. Murrow hosted the beloved radio show with regular folks, This I Believe. After gaining fame with his news shows, Edward R Murrow and Fred W Friendly teamed to create this historical chronicle, I Can Hear It Now. After Edward R. Murrow publicly criticized Senator Joseph McCarthy's Red Scare and communist witch hunt, popularity for the controversial senator plummeted. Murrow made a fascinating program about the existence of UFO's with Kenneth Arnold and Donald Menzel which is included in this collection. From prohibition to the end of WWII, Churchill speeches, the Lindburgh flight, and the depression, Murrow brings 30 years of US history alive in this fascinating program.