The camera never blinks twice: the further adventures of a television journalist

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W. Morrow, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 368 pages
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In a long-awaited sequel, globe-hopping CBS anchorman Dan Rather picks up where he left off in the national bestseller The Camera Never Blinks. From Vietnam to the Persian Gulf to Moscow, with the energy and honesty that have been his trademarks, Dan Rather provides remarkable insight into the news of the world--and the world of the news. Photographs.

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THE CAMERA NEVER BLINKS TWICE: The Further Adventures of a Television Journalist

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The CBS anchorman tells of his globe-trotting moments—good yarns, though they're not exactly representative of his usual daily work behind a desk. As in their previous book (The Camera Never Blinks ... Read full review

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Since writing the first volume of his memoirs, Rather has ascended to the anchor chair of The CBS Evening News. Most of this volume, however, is devoted to his "adventures" as a reporter in the field ... Read full review


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About the author (1994)

Dan Rather has received virtually every honor in broadcast journalism, including numerous Emmy Awards and the Peabody Award. He is anchor and managing editor of "CBS Evening News", anchor of "48 Hours", and correspondent for "60 Minutes II." He is also the author of such bestsellers as "Deadlines & Datelines, The Camera Never Blinks, and The Palace Guard". He lives in New York City with his wife, Jean.

Nellie Connally, the former Idanell Brill, met John Bowden Connally at the University of Texas; the two college sweethearts were married on December 21, 1940. Mrs. Connally served as the first lady of Texas from 1962 to 1969. The mother of four, Mrs. Connally still resides in Austin, Texas.
Mickey Herskowitz has written numerous "New York Times "bestsellers and has been a longtime Connally friend.

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