Legendary Newsman Bill Kurtis Shares a Unique Perspective on Key Moments in History and Pop Culture with Through the Decades Airing Weeknights at 7pm ET on Decades Network

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.
To learn more about the DECADES network visit: www.decades.com

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