Bill Kurtis is one of the most influential television journalists in history and has been on the front row of some of the most important stories in modern US history.
Kurtis hosts a daily show on the Decades TV Network as well as various specials. According to the network’s website:
“Bill Kurtis is an author, producer, and award-winning journalist. Bill got his start in television working for WIBW in Topeka, KS. His work with CBS News ranged from covering the fall of Saigon to anchoring “The CBS Morning News.” His documentary work includes the Peabody Award-winning PBS series The New Explorers, as well Investigative Reports and Cold Case Files for A&E Network and American Greed on CNBC.
“Using his journalistic skills and his background as a law school graduate, Bill authored The Death Penalty on Trial: Crisis in American Justice, which explores issues surrounding capital punishment in America. He also provided the satirical narration for the feature film comedy Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy. He also is the judge and scorekeeper for NPR’s weekly game show Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me.”
During his visit with Price of Business Host, Kevin Price, Kurtis discussed an up coming Decades special on the network about the pivotal 1968 Democratic National Convention.
If you missed the interview live, check it out in its entirety right here:
Check out the trailer for the up coming documentary here: