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television news correspondent

Terence Fitzgerald Smith, American television news correspondent. Member Overseas Writers Association, Washington.

Background

Smith, Terence Fitzgerald was born on November 18, 1938 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Walter W. and Catherine M. (Cody) Smith.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Notre Dame, 1960.

Career

Reporter, Stamford (Connecticut) Advisory, 1960-1962;Reporter, New York (New York City) Herald Tribune, 1963-1965;with, New York Times, New York City, 1965-1985;foreign correspondent, New York Times, Israel, ThailandVietnam bureau chief, New York Times, 1969-1970;diplomatic correspondent, New York Times, Washington, 1970-1972;chief correspondent, New York Times, Israel, 1972-1976;deputy foreign editor, New York Times, 1976-1977;chief White House correspondent, New York Times, 1978-1981;senior correspondent Washington bureau, New York Times, 1981;editor Washington Talk page, New York Times, 1981-1985;Washington correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System Morning News, 1985-1986;White House correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System News, Washington, l986-88;Washington correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System News, 1989-1990;senior correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System Sunday Morning, since 1991. Lecturer, freelance writer.

Membership

Member Overseas Writers Association, Washington.

Connections

Married Phyllis Ann Charnley, June 20, 1964 (divorced 1987). Children: Elizabeth Reed, Christopher Wellesly.

father:
Walter W. Smith

mother:
Catherine M. (Cody) Smith

spouse:
Phyllis Ann Charnley

children:
Elizabeth Reed Smith

Christopher Wellesly Smith