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Editor , publisher

Jules Lloyd Waldman, American, Venezuelan Editor, publisher. Decorated Order Andres Bello, Order Liberator Simon Bolivar; recipient Municipal ant National Newspaper prize, 1948, Order Francisco Miranda award President Venezuela, 1968, Gold Key Municipal Council Caracas, 1968,Order of Merit, 1958; named Friend of Venezuela; posthumously recognized with his portrait on Venezuelan post stamp.

Background

Waldman, Jules Lloyd was born on December 24, 1912 in New York City. Son of Harry A. and Anna Waldman.

Education

Bachelor, Columbia, 1932 (state scholarship, 4 years); postgraduate, Columbia, 1934-1935.

Career

Member of staff, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Long Island Daily Press, 1932-1935; director staff pianist, Radio Caracas, Venezuela, 1941-1945; director bookstore chain, Caracas, 1941-1959; editor, Clave magazine, 1950-1960; founder, Caracas Daily Journal, 1945; editor, Caracas Daily Journal, 1945-1975; director, Caracas Daily Journal, 1975-1990; Chairman of the Board, Caracas Daily Journal, 1982-1990. Correspondent New York Times, 1945-1965, Time magazine, 1945-1948. Director, professor Centro Venezolano-Americano, Caracas, 1945-1990.

Professor journalism Central U. Venezuela, 1948-1950.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Venezuelan Sketches, 1988. Public: Speaking of Venezuela, 1947, Caracas Everday, 1947. Columnist, contributor to magazines and newspapers.

Membership

Established annual National Good Neighbor awards, Venezuela, 1947. Member Alumni Association Columbia University in Venezuela (president), Venezuelan Newspaper Publications Association (board directors), Interamerican Press Association Clubs: Overseas Press (president Venezuela chapter).

Connections

Married Agnes Tolnay, September 24, 1949. Children: Kathleen Ellen, Kenneth Lloyd.

father:
Harry A.

mother:
Anna Waldman

spouse:
Agnes Tolnay

child:
Kathleen Ellen Waldman

child:
Kenneth Lloyd Waldman