Contents 1 Early life and career 2 CNN 3 Academia 4 Books 5 Family 6 See also 7 References 8 External links

Early life and career[edit] Loory was born in Wilson, Pennsylvania. He grew up in Dover, New Jersey, where his parents, Harry & Eve Loory, owned a large furniture store. Along with his younger brother, Melvyn, he attended prep school at Blair Academy. Loory graduated from Cornell University in 1954 where he was a member of the Quill and Dagger society and editor-in-chief of The Cornell Daily Sun. After three years at the Newark News, he received a Master's degree in journalism from Columbia University in 1958, and did postgraduate work in Vienna, Austria. Starting in 1959, he worked at the New York Herald Tribune as a reporter, science writer (1961–63), a Washington correspondent (1963–64), and a Moscow-based foreign correspondent (1964–66). He worked briefly as a science writer for The New York Times in 1966, then as a White House correspondent for Los Angeles Times (1967–71), earning a place on President Nixon's "Enemies List." Loory was a fellow at Woodrow Wilson Center, 1971–72, and in 1973 executive editor for WNBC-TV news. He was the first Kiplinger Professor of Public Affairs Reporting at The Ohio State University, 1973–75. He became associate and, later, managing editor of Chicago Sun-Times in 1975.

CNN[edit] In 1980 he joined the staff of Turner Broadcasting Systems' Cable News Network (as managing editor of the Washington bureau, 1980–82; Moscow bureau chief, 1983–86; senior correspondent, 1986; executive producer, 1987–90; editor-in-chief of CNN World Report, 1990–91; vice-president of CNN, 1990–95; executive vice-president, Turner International Broadcasting, Russia, 1993–97).

Academia[edit] Since 1997, has been the first Lee Hills Chair in Free-Press Studies at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. He was editor of Global Journalist, a quarterly magazine of interest to journalists in 127 countries and moderator of Global Journalist on KBIA-FM radio, a National Public Radio affiliate in Columbia, Missouri. The magazine and program can be read and heard at Loory retired from MU in the summer of 2010.

Books[edit] The Secret Search for Peace in Vietnam (1968, with David Kraslow) Defeated: Inside America's Military Machine (1973) Seven Days That Shook the World: The Collapse of Soviet Communism (1991, with Ann Isme)

Family[edit] Loory married Marjorie Dretel of Morristown, New Jersey in 1955. They had three children: Joshua, Adam, and Miriam. Marjorie and Stuart divorced in the early 1990s. In the mid 90s Stuart met Nina Kudriavtseva, while hosting Ted Turner and Jane Fonda in the Czar's Box of the Bolshoi Theater. They were married in 1995 and now live in Brooklyn, NY. Nina travels back to Moscow many times a year to visit her family there (from a previous marriage), and to be the artistic director of Benois De La Danse, the international ballet awards. Stuart has 2 grandchildren from his first son Joshua married to Fern Hoppenstand: Matthew Loory and Ilana. From his daughter Miriam married to Daniel Krombach he has: Leah, Joseph, Benjamin, and Jonathan. From his second marriage he has 2 grandchildren: Kostya (Konstantin) and Areseniy (Arsen). Both of his Russian half grandchildren come from two marriages of his step son, Lyoka (Leonid). He died of lung cancer in Brooklyn, New York on January 16, 2015.[1]

See also[edit] Afghanistanism

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External links[edit] Stuart Loory page via University of Missouri Stuart H. Loory biography via Reporting Civil Rights Appearances on C-SPAN Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 77974125 LCCN: n92053935 ISNI: 0000 0000 8004 2438 SUDOC: 081062141 Retrieved from "" Categories: 1932 births2015 deathsAmerican male journalistsAmerican journalistsBlair Academy alumniCornell University alumniOhio State University facultyUniversity of Missouri facultyDeaths from cancer in New York (state)Deaths from lung cancerPeople from Dover, New JerseyPeople from Northampton County, PennsylvaniaColumbia University Graduate School of Journalism alumniThe New York Times writersNew York Herald Tribune peopleLos Angeles Times peopleCNN executivesChicago Sun-Times people20th-century American writersWriters from New JerseyWriters from BrooklynWriters from PennsylvaniaAmerican military writersAmerican political writersAmerican male writersJournalists from Pennsylvania20th-century male writersHidden categories: Articles lacking in-text citations from November 2012All articles lacking in-text citationsWikipedia articles with VIAF identifiersWikipedia articles with LCCN identifiersWikipedia articles with ISNI identifiers

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