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Douglas Edwards (July 14, 1917 – October 13, 1990) was an American network news television anchor. He anchored CBS's first network nightly television news broadcast from 1947–1962, which was later to be titled CBS Evening News. A native of Oklahoma, Edwards grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. Edwards joined CBS Radio in 1942, eventually becoming anchor for the regular evening newscast The World Today as well as World News Today on Sunday afternoons
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In 1999, Douglas Edwards became the brand manager of an internet startup called Google. At 40, Douglas Edwards, a marketing executive at the San Jose Mercury News, believed he might be due a midlife crisis. What he got instead, he says, looking back, was a rebirth. Like all second comings, there was an element of the miraculous in this one. The Mercury News billed itself as the newspaper of Silicon Valley and since this was the late 1990s that news was mostly concerned with the gold rush of internet startups.
About publications (25) network. Publications 25. Publications by authors named "Douglas J Edwards". Authors: Douglas J Edwards. Behav Healthc 2008 Jun;28(6):14-6, 18-9. Edwards on the set of Douglas Edwards With the News (1952). By the mid-1950s, the nightly 15-minute newscast Douglas Edwards with the News was watched by nearly 30 million viewers. Among the events Edwards covered as a reporter in those years were the Miss America Pageant (five times), the attempted assassination of Harry S. Truman in November 1950, and the coronation of Elizabeth II in June 1953.