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Press Pass, The Journalist's Tale epub ebook

by Sidney L. James

Press Pass, The Journalist's Tale epub ebook

Author: Sidney L. James
Category: Reference & Collections
Language: English
Publisher: Aegean Park Pr (April 1, 1994)
ISBN: 0894122304
ISBN13: 978-0894122309
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ISBN13: 9780894122309. Release Date: September 1994.

Sidney James (died March 11, 2004) was an executive journalist. James began working for Time-Life in 1929 as a stringer.

He wrote about his long career in journalism in the 1994 book, "Press Pass: A Journalist's Tale.

Sidney James (died March 11, 2004) was an executive journalist. YouTube Encyclopedic. He wrote about his long career in journalism in the 1994 book, "Press Pass: A Journalist's Tale. James had two sons, Christopher and Timothy; two daughters, Mary and Sidney; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Mr. James is survived by two sons, Christopher, of Alameda, and Timothy, of Manhattan; a daughter, Sidney Kistin, of Corrales, . eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

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Sidney James was an executive journalist. He died of cardiopulmonary arrest and prostate cancer at a nursing home in Alameda, California, at the age of 97.

During his 40 years with Time-Life, Sidney James rose from Bureau Chief in Chicago and Los Angeles, to Assistant Managing Editor of Life, founding Managing Editor and later Publisher of Sports Illustrated, Vice-President of Time Inc., and Time Inc.'s representative in Washington, D.C. After retirement from Time Inc., he became Vice-Chairman of WETA, Washington, D.C.'s public television station, which broadcast the Watergate Hearings gavel-to-gavel, believed by many to have saved public television. With unusual insight and keen wit, James takes the reader from gripping tales of war heroes to stories of the flamboyant, the famous, and the merely pretentious among the cast of characters he encountered through four eventful decades. Press Pass is a fascinating account of a journalist's life in the uncommonly eventful twentieth century.
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