Edward Bliss papers, 1938-1961
This collection has:
2.50 cubic ft., 9 audio-visual media
Edward "Ed" Bliss, Jr. worked as a print journalist and news editor before in Ohio before becoming producer and editor for Edward R. Murrow from 1945 to 1955. Bliss also served as an assistant to the president of CBS News in 1962 before becoming editor of “CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite” in 1963. Bliss left CBS News in 1968 to establish the broadcast journalism program at the School of Communication at American University in Washington, D.C.
View Online Materials
View Finding Aid
A finding aid is a description of a collection of archival material, which will help you discover what records are available for research. It provides information about a collection, the collection's creators, and an outline of the collection's contents. Learn more about finding aids.