Dow, Harold

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Dow, Harold


Born in Hackensack, NJ. Education: Attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

Career: Television anchor, reporter, and news correspondent. KETV, Omaha, NB, reporter, co-anchor, and talk show host; WPAT Radio, Paterson, NJ, news anchor; KCOP–TV, Los Angeles, CA, freelance reporter; Theta Cable TV, Santa Monica, CA, anchor and reporter; CBS News, broadcast associate, 1972, then reporter in Los Angeles bureau, 1973–77, correspondent for CBS News, Los Angeles bureau, 1977–82.

Awards, Honors: Gracie Allen Award, Association of Women in Radio and Television, 2001; George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, Henry W. Grady School of Journalism and Mass Communications, University of Georgia, for 48 Hours; Robert F. Kennedy Award; Edward R. Murrow Award; Excellence in Journalism Award, Operation Push; Emmy Award for distinguished reporting; five additional Emmy Awards.


Television Appearances; Series:

Co-anchor, CBS News Nightwatch, CBS, 1982–83.

Contributor, 48 Hours, CBS, 1988–90.

Correspondent, 48 Hours, CBS, 1990—.

Reporter, Verdict, CBS, 1991.

Correspondent, Street Stories, CBS, 1992–93.

Correspondent, 48 Hours Mystery, 2003—.

Also appeared as a reporter, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, CBS; reporter, CBS News Sunday Morning, CBS.

Television Appearances; Specials:

AIDS Hits Home, CBS, 1986.

Correspondent, 48 Hours on Crack Street, CBS, 1986.

Correspondent, 48 Hours: Return to Crack Street, CBS, 1989.

Correspondent, Incredible Journey: A Decade of 48 Hours," CBS, 1996.

Narrator, Black Aviators: Flying Free, History Channel, 2001.

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