Daniel Schorr

senior news analyst, NPR

Veteran reporter Daniel Schorr, the last of Edward R. Murrow’s legendary CBS team still fully active in journalism, currently interprets national and international events as senior news analyst for NPR. Schorr’s career of more than six decades has earned him many awards for journalistic excellence, including three Emmys, and decorations from European heads of state. He has also been honored by civil liberties groups and professional organizations for his defense of the First Amendment. In 1996, he received the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Golden Baton for “Exceptional Contributions to Radio and Television Reporting and Commentary.” The Golden Baton is the most prestigious award in the field of broadcasting and is considered the equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize. Other awards include a George Foster Peabody personal award for “a lifetime of uncompromising reporting of the highest integrity,” the George Polk radio commentary award for “interpretations of national and international events,” and the Distinguished Service Award of the American Society of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communications. Schorr has also been inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Society of Professional Journalists.

Veteran reporter Daniel Schorr, the last of Edward R. Murrow’s legendary CBS team still fully active in journalism, currently interprets national and international events as senior news analyst for NPR. Schorr’s career of more than six decades has earned him many awards for journalistic excellence, including three Emmys, and decorations from European heads of state. He has also been honored by civil liberties groups and professional organizations for his defense of the First Amendment. In 1996, he received the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Golden Baton for “Exceptional Contributions to Radio and Television Reporting and Commentary.” The Golden Baton is the most prestigious award in the field of broadcasting and is considered the equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize. Other awards include a George Foster Peabody personal award for “a lifetime of uncompromising reporting of the highest integrity,” the George Polk radio commentary award for “interpretations of national and international events,” and the Distinguished Service Award of the American Society of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communications. Schorr has also been inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Society of Professional Journalists.

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Lectures

10.29.2003 (1:29:37)

American Values: Patriotism Today