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Flash Frames: Journey of a Journeyman Journalist
In Flash Frames, Don Marsh recounts nearly 50 years as a journalist. Currently the host of St. Louis on the Air on KWMU Radio St. Louis s NPR affiliate Marsh began his journalism career for the American Forces Network in Germany in 1960. Marsh's work brought him face-to-face with seminal world and national events, like the creation of the Berlin Wall,...
In Flash Frames, Don Marsh recounts nearly 50 years as a journalist. Currently the host of St. Louis on the Air on KWMU Radio St. Louis s NPR affiliate Marsh began his journalism career for the American Forces Network in Germany in 1960. Marsh's work brought him face-to-face with seminal world and national events, like the creation of the Berlin Wall, civil rights developments in Baltimore, a hijacking at Lambert Airport in St. Louis, international intrigue in Somalia and Honduras, and Mikhail Gorbachev s historic speech at Westminster College. He also came into contact with espionage and murder surrounding the fate of Algeria; a host of celebrities that include Frank Sinatra, Henry Fonda, Dean Martin, not to mention the cast of The Great Escape; and a Mississippi Mud Monster. Marsh's story reflects the evolution of journalism in the second half of the twentieth century. Flash Frames reveals the drama of delivering information to news-hungry American armed forces in Europe, the ratings games of broadcast journalism in the 1980s, and the tough decisions that a journalist has to make in a career. From deciding whether to confront Somali or Honduran militiamen for stories to the backroom politics of the newsroom, Marsh, as a journalist, has always followed the belief that the news should serve as the public s primary source for unbiased information. In a broadcast media environment that emphasizes ratings, Marsh warns today s reporters and producers to be vigilant in the effort to deliver news of importance, meaning, and purpose.
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