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David Kraslow, American newspaper publishing executive, reporter, author, consultant. Recipient George Polk award, 1969; Raymond Clapper award, 1969; Dumont award, 1969; Nieman fellow Harvard University, 1961-1962.


Kraslow, David was born on April 16, 1926 in New York City. Son of Frank and Goldie (Sirota) Kraslow.


Bachelor in Journalism, University Miami, Florida, 1948.


Washington correspondent, Los Angeles Times, 1963-1966;news editor Washington bureau, Los Angeles Times, 1966-1970;chief Washington bureau, Los Angeles Times, 1970-1972;assistant managing editor, Washington Star-News, 1972-1974;chief Washington bureau, Cox Newspapers, 1974-1977;public, Miami News, 1977-1988;sports writer, Miami News, 1947-1948;successively sports writer, reporter, Washington correspondent, Miami Herald, 1948-1963;panelist news program, Station WPBT-television, Miami, 1979-1991;vice president, Cox Newspapers, Miami, 1989-1991. Member of advisory board Fund for Investigative Journalism, Washington.


Life trustee, academy affairs committee, School Medicine committee, athletic advisory committee University Miami. Member Orange Bowl Committee. Founding president Center Fine Arts (now Miami Art Museum), Miami, 1979-1984.

With United States Army Air Force, 1944-1946. Member of Gridiron Club (Washington).


Married Bernice Schonfeld, September 18, 1949. Children: Ellen Anne, Karen Leah, Susan Beth.

Frank Kraslow

Goldie (Sirota) Kraslow

Bernice Schonfeld

Ellen Anne Kraslow

Karen Leah Kraslow

Susan Beth Kraslow