The DECADES TV Network Will Feature Original Programming and Historic Interviews Tied to the Watergate Break-in on its 44th Anniversary
Emmy® and Peabody Award-Winning broadcast journalist Bill Kurtis has been a trusted resource for television viewers for 50 years. Starting out on local stations in Kansas City and Chicago, Bill covered the news as it happened — from the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. to the Vietnam War to Watergate — before joining Diane Sawyer as host of CBS News This Morning. He also hosted a number of successful crime and documentary programs such as Investigative Reports, American Justice and Cold Case Files. A pop culture fixture, Bill was the narrator in the hit TV news spoof Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy and its sequel, and even affectionately parodied in a classic South Park episode.
Today, Bill hosts the daily news magazine show Through the Decades on the DECADES network, which offers a unique perspective on historical events from that particular day since the advent of television. On June 17, the 44th anniversary of the Watergate break-in, Through the Decades will cover everything from the burglars picking the lock in the Watergate complex, to the political debacle from the break-in, to the resignation and eventual pardon of a President.
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