Contents 1 Pulitzer Prizes 2 George Polk Awards 3 Notable former staff 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External links


Pulitzer Prizes[edit] 1964 -- Robert H. Jackson's photograph of Jack Ruby's murder of Lee Harvey Oswald 1980—Erwin H. Hagler's feature photography for a series on the Western cowboy 1983—James B. Dickman's feature photography of life and death in El Salvador


George Polk Awards[edit] 1978—local reporting 1982—Jim Henderson for regional reporting


Notable former staff[edit] Skip Bayless, sports columnist and author, current Fox Sports personality John Bloom, syndicated film critic (a.k.a. Joe Bob Briggs), writer, and actor (Casino) Shelby Coffey III, editor and vice president Lee Cullum, NPR and PBS commentator, columnist, and producer and host for KERA Television Rodger Dean Duncan, bestselling author, Forbes magazine contributor Najlah Feanny, contract photographer for Newsweek A. C. Greene, journalist, author, television commentator, historian; editorial page editor at time of John F. Kennedy Assassination; after sale of Times Herald and KRLD-TV to Los Angeles Times, became a major stockholder Paul Hagen, baseball writer and 2013 recipient of the J. G. Taylor Spink Award from the Baseball Writers' Association of America[2] Ray F. Herndon, UPI Vietnam War photojournalist and bureau chief, finalist for the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting [3] Molly Ivins, syndicated columnist Dan Jenkins, sportswriter and author Tom Johnson, publisher Iris Krasnow, best-selling author specializing in relationships and personal growth Jim Lehrer, author and anchor of The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer on PBS; was a Times Herald reporter at time of John F. Kennedy assassination Margaret Mayer, who as chief of the Dallas Times-Herald's Washington bureau became one of the first women to hold such a position. In January 1964 President Lyndon Johnson succeeded in surreptitiously shutting down Mayer's investigation into how political pressure was applied to generate advertising revenue for KTBC and KTBC-TV, which Johnson and his wife Lady Bird owned.[4] Scott Monserud, Sports Editor, Denver Post Mark Potok, reporter Steven Reddicliffe, television critic Don Safran, film critic, also a publicist for Columbia Pictures Gaylord Shaw, managing editor, won 1978 Pulitzer Prize with L.A. Times Blackie Sherrod, award-winning sports columnist and commentator, author of several sports books Bud Shrake, sportswriter, screenwriter and author Mickey Spagnola, writer for DallasCowboys.com Bascom N. Timmons, later opened news bureau in Washington to serve newspapers in several states Tara Weingarten, automotive journalist, Newsweek writer, founder of VroomGirls Robert Wilonsky, entertainment reporter Mike Goldman, managing editor of Boys' Life magazine


References[edit] ^ a b Handbook of Texas Online, "Dallas Times Herald,". Retrieved January 7, 2009. ^ "Paul Hagen Wins Spink Award" (Press release). National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. December 4, 2012. Retrieved December 5, 2012.  ^ Times, Los Angeles. "Ray F. Herndon dies at 77; journalist who covered Vietnam War later worked for L.A. Times".  ^ Robert A. Caro, The Passage of Power (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2012), pp. 521-23.


Further reading[edit] Cox, Patrick. The First Texas News Barons. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2005. ISBN 0-292-70977-3. Gelsanliter, David. Fresh Ink: Behind the Scenes at a Major Metropolitan Newspaper. Denton: University of North Texas Press, 1995. ISBN 0-929398-84-X. (Pages 141-181 discuss the demise of the Dallas Times Herald.) Gwynne, S.C. (January 2005). The Dallas Morning Blues. Texas Monthly. Rogers, John William. The Lusty Texans of Dallas, ch. XV. New York: Dutton, 1960. Schutze, Jim (February 1992). "It Wasn't Murder. Was It Suicide? What Really Killed the Herald," D Magazine. (Accessed Jan. 7, 2009, by free search of online archive.) The WPA Dallas Guide and History. Denton: University of North Texas Press, 1992. ISBN 0-929398-31-9.


External links[edit] "Dallas Herald" hosted by the Portal to Texas History. Dallas Morning News Dallas Times-Herald from the Handbook of Texas Online Kiest, Edwin J. from the Handbook of Texas Online Front cover of final edition of the Dallas Times Herald Archived commercial jingle for the Times Herald's classified ad service Times Herald TV commercial with Dabney Coleman (voiced by Harold Gould) Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Dallas_Times_Herald&oldid=805863111" Categories: Defunct newspapers of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplexPulitzer Prize-winning newspapers


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