American journalist, born 1936. Reporter who covered the Selma civil rights marches, including 'Bloody Sunday' in 1965 for the Selma Times-Journal. Decades later served as the president of the Selma Chamber of Commerce
English lawyer, author, lyricist and broadcaster. He is estimated to have written the lyrics to at least 3,000 songs; best-known are the sentimental ballad 'Danny Boy', the religious 'The Holy City', and the wartime song 'Roses of Picardy'
New York Times reporter, author of three books and co-author of a fourth, and winner of the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award/'Blank Check: The Pentagon's Black Budget' 'Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA'
Reporter/cameraman WBAP-TV/Covered attempted shooting Gen. Edwin Walker. November 22, at Love Field, Trade Mart & Parkland, captured only sound recording of announcement of President Kennedy's death. In 1964, he covered the Jack Ruby trial
Executive editor of Sports Illustrated. Author of 10 books, including the New York Times bestseller Scorecasting. Regular contributor to CNN and National Public Radio and is a commentator for the Tennis Channel
Canadian poet, novelist and TV writer. Previously worked as an arts reporter. Her first novel, Bottle Rocket Hearts, was named a Globe and Mail Best Book of the Year & one of the top 10 essential Canadian novels of the decade
Louis Alan 'Pete' Williams is a former American journalist and former government official. From 1993-2022, he was a television correspondent for NBC News. He served in the administration of President George H. W. Bush