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Morton Nissan Dean

Morton Nissan Dean, American news correspondent. Recipient United Press International Special award; Tom Phillips award, 1962; Overseas Press Club award for best interpretation foreign affairs radio, 1975. Member American Federation of television and Radio Artists.

Background

  • Dean, Morton Nissan was born on August 22, 1935 in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Joseph and Celia (Schwartz) Dubitsky.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in English, Emerson College, 1957. Doctor of Laws (honorary), Emerson College, 1977.

    Career

    • News director Herald Tribune Radio Network, New York State, 1957-1960. Reporter, correspondent Radio Station WBZ, Boston, 1960-1964. Legislation and political correspondent WCBS-television News, New York City, 1964-1967.

      Correspondent, anchorman Columbia Broadcasting System News, 1967-1984. Also covered political campaigns. Founder, president Saw Mill Productions, Ridgefield, Connecticut, since 1985.

    Works

    • Hello World!
    • If you know Morton Dean then you know what kind of book this is full of photographs and provacative language in the explaining of this collection.
    • Author: (with Sten Möllerström) Hello World, 1978. Also news specialists Vietnam: A War That Is Finished, 1975, Energy: The Facts.

      The Fears.

      The Future, 1977, Iran: A Week of Tumult, 1979, Pope John Paul II: The American Journey, 1979.

    Membership

    Member American Federation of television and Radio Artists.

    Connections

    • Married Valerie, July 25, 1965 (divorced 1982). Children: Adam, Sarah, Jennie. Married Lonnie Reed, 1984.
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    • 1957
      Emerson College
    • 1977
      Emerson College
    • 1957 - 1960
      News director, Herald Tribune Radio Network
    • 1960 - 1964
      reporter
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1964 - 1967
      legislation and political correspondent WCBS-television News
    • 1967 - 1984
      correspondent
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