NYC newspaper columnist who became known for honesty and heart.
He worked as a sportswriter for small and mid-sized publications..
His columns were published in the New York Daily News Sunday editions.
He married Rosemary Dattalico in 1954. The couple split in 1981.
He earned the George Polk Award, as did radio host Ira Glass.by blog Admin
Journalist and political commentator who has written books such as Project President: Bad Hair and Botox on the Road to the White House. He has worked as the editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire.
Broadcast journalist, writer, and entertainer who co-hosted Top Gear, which won an International Emmy Award in 2005.
British investigative journalist known for hosting numerous social-issue-themed BBC documentaries on child labour including Tourism and the Truth: Stacey Dooley Investigates. She later presented Stacey Dooley in Cologne: The Blame Game and appeared on BBC's Celebrity Mastermind.
Milo Yiannopoulos, also known by his pen name Milo Andreas Wagner, is a British technology journalist who founded the UK tech blog, ˜The Kernel' and served as senior editor of the far-right American online news media ˜Breitbart'. An expelled student from the ˜Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys', he attended ˜Wolfson College', Cambridge and ˜University of Manchester', however failed to obtain any degree. He commenced on a career of technology journalism with ˜The Telegraph' and then went on to write on the subject on the online tabloid ˜The Kernel' that he co-founded. He then joined ˜Breitbart'. A homosexual, men's right activist, fat-shamer, transphobe and a Gamergate figurehead, Yiannopoulos remained among the first journalists to cover the Gamergate controversy. A self-described cultural libertarian and a professional troll, he is critically outspoken on the philosophies and movements he considers left wing or authoritarian including Islam, political correctness, social justice and feminism. A controversy's child, Yiannopoulos garnered attention for his far-right ideologies and links. He had to resign from ˜Breitbart' following a controversy surrounding his views on a video clip that were alleged to be in support of paedophilia.
Anna Wintour is a fashion journalist and editor-in-chief of the American ˜Vogue', a monthly fashion and lifestyle magazine. Her journey in fashion journalism began in England when she worked with two British magazines. Her next spell saw her shifting to the US and working in publications like ˜Harper's Bazaar', ˜Viva', ˜New York' and ˜House & Garden'. She went back to England to join the British ˜Vogue' and after a stint of a year or so she was inducted in the magazine's New York wing where she became the editor-in-chief in July 1988. She played an instrumental role in reviving the magazine which was otherwise struggling at that time. She transformed the publication into a more youthful and receptive one focussing on modern perception on style and fashion targeting a far-reaching audience. She was made the artistic director of ˜CondÃ© Nast', the publisher of ˜Vogue'. She is noted for her trademark dark sunglasses and bob haircut and her reputedly standoffish and demanding nature gave her the epithet ˜Nuclear Wintour'. While she is largely acclaimed for supporting young designers, she often faces criticism for using the magazine as a platform to pass on viewpoints of elites regarding beauty and femininity. She has also been attacked by animal rights activists for endorsing fur.
Fantasy sports guru for ESPN who launched his own TalentedMr.Roto website in 2004, later creating Rotopass.com as well. He became an employee of ESPN in 2007 and would become the network's Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst.
Diana Williams is a well-known name in the arena of news and journalism in America as well as worldwide. She has been a career journalist and a successful TV news anchorwoman, anchoring the prime news hours in WABC TV network. One of the most widely favored anchors and journalists of the network, her work, especially her Sunday Special show, has shed light on a number of contemporary socio-political issues. A gifted journalist, she got interested in political journalism from early on in her career and has continued breaking and reporting stories throughout her career. She has hosted one of the most popular newscasts in the channel's history and has received a number of awards for her reporting. Diana has also been a successful author, penning a number of books on the knowledge gained from her journalistic endeavors. She has also been a devoted wife and a phenomenal mother to a son. Despite being a mainstream journalist, Diana has been moderately active in social media with a dedicated Facebook page and a personal twitter handle to her name.
Barbara Jill Walters is a television personality and broadcast journalist who first became famous as the segment producer of women's interest stories on the NBC News program ˜The Today Show'. Highly acclaimed for her exceptional interviewing ability and journalistic standards, she was the first woman ever to acquire the title ˜co-host' for any news program. She was very popular with the viewers because of which she was allotted more air time by the channel. An ambitious woman who became a role model for other female journalists to follow, she became the first female co-anchor of any network evening news when she worked with Harry Reasoner on the ˜ABC Evening News'. Since then she has hosted several morning television shows like ˜Today' and ˜The View'. For 25 years she worked as the co-host and producer of the newsmagazine ˜20/20' from 1979 to 2004. She is noted for her candid, no nonsense style of speaking and is known to never mince words even when speaking about sensitive issues. Her field of specialty is personality journalism and she has had the distinction of interviewing several world leaders including the Shah of Iran, Russia's Boris Yeltsin, China's Jiang Semin, Libya's Muammar al-Gaddafi and India's Indira Gandhi.
Employee of Roar Studios in addition to being an assistant producer for Clevver Media whose work revolves around entertainment news and pop culture.
Nigella Lucy Lawson is an English broadcaster, journalist television personality and food writer. Born into a prominent and wealthy family, she started work as a book reviewer and restaurant critic, and then embarked upon a career as a freelance journalist, writing for a number of newspapers and magazines. Her first cook book ˜How to Eat' sold 300,000 copies and became a best-seller while her second book, ˜How to be a Domestic Goddess', won her the British Book Award for Author of the Year. She hosted her own cooking show series, Nigella Bites, on Channel 4, accompanied by another best-selling cook book ˜Nigella Bites'. She hosted the Food Network's ˜Nigella Feasts' in the United States, followed by a three-part BBC Two series, Nigella's Christmas Kitchen, in the UK, which led to the commissioning of Nigella Express on BBC Two. Though she has enjoyed a successful career in cookery, she is not a trained chef, and does not like being referred to as a "celebrity chef". Her dishes are known for their simplicity and do not require an elaborate preparation. Her warm and honest demeanor as well as her stunning beauty enables her to engage both male and female viewers. Described as the sexiest television chef ever to grace an apron, she continues to inspire men and women to cook.
British journalist who wrote for Elle Girl, The Daily Telegraph, and The Guardian. Her father founded Live Aid and her mother was a well known TV presenter.