Nash, (Cyril) Knowlton

views updated

NASH, (Cyril) Knowlton

NASH, (Cyril) Knowlton. Canadian, b. 1927. Genres: History, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Globe and Mail, Toronto, Ontario, Sports reporter, 1945; British United Press News Service, manager of news bureaus in Toronto, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Vancouver, British Columbia, 1947-51; International Federation of Agricultural Producers, Washington, DC, director of information and representative at United Nations, 1951-61; free-lance journalist, 1961-64; Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (CBC), Washington correspondent, 1964-68, director of information programming for CBC Radio and Television in Toronto and director of television news and current affairs, 1968-78, chief correspondent and anchor person of The National for CBC-TV national news, 1978-88, senior correspondent and anchor of News in Review and Saturday Report. Canadian Journalism Foundation, chairman; Canadian Organization for Development through Education, chairman; Toronto Arts Committee, Honourary Chairman. Publications: History on the Run, 1984; Times to Remember, 1986; Prime Time at Ten, 1987; Kennedy and Diefenbaker: Fear and Loathing across the Undefended Border, 1990; Visions of Canada, 1991; The Microphone Wars, 1994; Cue the Elephant, 1996; Trivia Pursuit, 1998. Address: 29 Whitehall Rd, Toronto, ON, Canada M4W 2C5. Online address: [email protected]