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House Proceeding on Dec 6th, 2006 :: 4:07:17 to 4:10:50
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Eleanor Holmes Norton

4:05:03 to 4:07:17( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Eleanor Holmes Norton

Eleanor Holmes Norton

4:07:05 to 4:07:17( Edit History Discussion )

Eleanor Holmes Norton: and will not be forgotten in his profession and in the life of our country. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from illinois. mr. davis: thank you, mr. speaker. i would now yield myself such

Edward J. Markey

4:07:17 to 4:07:31( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: time as i may consume. i want to conclude for our side. i rise in strong support of 1084 as amended, a resolution that honors the life of ed bradley. most of us know ed bradley from his 25 years

Edward J. Markey

4:07:17 to 4:10:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Edward J. Markey

Edward J. Markey

4:07:31 to 4:07:45( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: of work on the cbs newsmagazine "60 minutes," and his many interviews with world figures, celebrities and culturali cons. the men and women -- cultural icons. the men and women were figures of

Edward J. Markey

4:07:45 to 4:08:00( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: importance, people of whom we should pay attention, and we could rely on bradley to make sure that no skeleton in the darkest corner of his subject's closet was safe from the tenacious journalist.

Edward J. Markey

4:08:00 to 4:08:14( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: bradley got his break by covering the 1965 riots while working part time for free at a philadelphia radio station. his talent did not go unnoticed for long. bradley caught the ear of new

Edward J. Markey

4:08:14 to 4:08:32( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: york and cbs radio hired him in 1967. he became the lone african-american to report the news on the airwaves in new york. bradley went on to work in international television news in 1971. he worked

Edward J. Markey

4:08:32 to 4:08:44( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: for cbs news in paris, vietnam and cambodia where he proved himself as the quintessential journalist in sometimes dangerous situations. during his coverage of the vietnam war, bradley was injured by

Edward J. Markey

4:08:44 to 4:08:57( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: a mortgager shell, a true testament to his devotion to getting a story bradley began working on the "60 minutes" news show from 1981 and remained there until his death from leukemia. i had

Edward J. Markey

4:08:57 to 4:09:23( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: the opportunity for being seated close to the mayor of chicago at the democratic convention when he and ed bradley got into a serious exchange, one that everybody in our city always remember.

Edward J. Markey

4:09:23 to 4:09:43( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: a tenacious style and hard-hitting coverage earned bradley many accolades and awards over the years. he won 19 emmys and countless other awards by bringing us some of the most memorable television

Edward J. Markey

4:09:43 to 4:09:58( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: news moments over the past 25 years. whether he was standing on the floor of a presidential convention, seated across the table from a world leader, teaching us about the aids academic from

Edward J. Markey

4:09:58 to 4:10:10( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: africa, reporting about war and humanitarian crisis in vietnam or cambodia or calling from a public phone booth from philadelphia to report on the 1965 riots, bradley was a welcomed guest in

Edward J. Markey

4:10:10 to 4:10:50( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: our homes and hearts for almost 40 years. i again express my strong support for this resolution that honors ed bradley and yield back the balance of my time. . the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman

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