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James Stephen Doyle

James Stephen Doyle, American publishing company executive, journalist. Co-recipient Pulitzer prize for Distinguished Public Service, 1966; Nieman fellow Harvard University, 1965.

Background

  • Doyle, James Stephen was born on June 18, 1935 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in English, Boston College, 1956. Master of Science in Journalism, Columbia University, 1961.

    Career

    • Reporter Worcester (Massachusetts) Telegram, 1956-1957. Reporter, bureau chief Boston Globe, 1961-1969. Reporter Washington Star, 1969-1973.

      Special assistant United States Department Justice, Washington, 1973-1975. Correspondent, deputy bureau chief Newsweek Magazine, 1976-1983. Vice president, editor Army Times Public Company, 1983-1998.

      Senior advisor Business Leaders for Sensible Priorities, since 1999.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    President Merrimack Park Citizen's Association, Bethesda, Maryland, 1967. Founding member Reporters Committee/Free Press, Washington, 1969. Board advisors Pew Center for Civic Journalism, Project for Excellence in Journalism, Committee Concerned Journalists, Council on Foreign Relations Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Navy, 1957-1960.

    Personality

    Interests

    Birding, hiking.

    Connections

    • Married Ann Broderick Grady, December 28, 1960. Children: Katherine, Rebecca.
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    • 1956
      Boston College
    • 1961
      Columbia University
    • 1956 - 1957
      Reporter Worcester (Massachusetts) Telegram
    • 1961 - 1969
      reporter
    • 1969 - 1973
      reporter Washington Star
    • 1973 - 1975
      special assistant, United States Department Justice
      Washington, United States
    • 1976 - 1983
      correspondent
    • 1983 - 1998
      vice president
    • 1999
      senior, advisor Business Leaders for Sensible Priorities
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