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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 9 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Letting baby 'cry it out' won't cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won't cause damage
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 10 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 15 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won't cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won't cause damage
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 15 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 15 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 15 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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11 News Houston
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
11 News Houston / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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16h
NorthWest Cable News
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
KING5 Seattle / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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First Coast News
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
First Coast News / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
KTVB Boise / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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York Daily Record
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
York Daily Record / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
Detroit Free Press / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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Daily Journal
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
Daily Journal / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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Daily Record
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
Daily Record / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 16 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Carlos Lerner, a pediatrician at UCLA Health, who is not affiliated with the study, says... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won't cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won't cause damage
KING5 Seattle / Posted 17 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Gradisar told CBC that the group wanted to test whether previous research which suggested... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 19 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Gradisar told CBC that the group wanted to test whether previous research which suggested... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
The Record Searchlight / Posted 19 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Gradisar told CBC that the group wanted to test whether previous research which suggested... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
Naples Daily News / Posted 19 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Gradisar told CBC that the group wanted to test whether previous research which suggested... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Letting Baby 'Cry It Out' is OK, Study Saysthat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting Baby 'Cry It Out' is OK, Study Says
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 20 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Gradisar told CBC that the group wanted to test whether previous research which suggested... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won't cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Study: Letting baby 'cry it out' won't cause damage
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 20 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Gradisar told CBC that the group wanted to test whether previous research which suggested... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Letting baby 'cry it out' won't cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won't cause damage
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 23 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Gradisar told CBC that the group wanted to test whether previous research which suggested... Read more
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USA Today
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damagethat don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Fl
Letting baby 'cry it out' won’t cause damage
USA Today / Posted 23 hours ago
that don't necessarily lead to negative outcomes," an associate professor at Flinders University in Australia told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Gradisar told CBC that the group wanted to test whether previous research which suggested... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Lonely prophet: Lobbying for dignified dying the Moses Znaimer wayundergrad at McGill, received a master’s degree in government at Harvard, and t
Lonely prophet: Lobbying for dignified dying the Moses Znaimer way
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
undergrad at McGill, received a master’s degree in government at Harvard, and then moved to Toronto, where he landed at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He and another producer created the radio show Cross Country Checkup, a technologically... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mr Ed actor Alan Young dies at 96he was 13, Young had become a radio performer, and by age 17, he was writing an
Mr Ed actor Alan Young dies at 96
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
he was 13, Young had become a radio performer, and by age 17, he was writing and performing in his own radio show for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, according to IMDb. The work led to him moving to the United States and transitioning into... Read more
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ABC News
'Mr. Ed' Star Alan Young Dies at 96the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II, the English native began his caree
'Mr. Ed' Star Alan Young Dies at 96
ABC News / Posted 4 days ago
the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II, the English native began his career in radio, hosting his own series for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. In 1944, he made his American radio debut with an eponymous show, and two years later, he... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Alan Young, Star of ‘Mister Ed,’ Dies at 96to Edinburgh, Scotland, and later to Canada. After a stint in the Royal Canadia
Alan Young, Star of ‘Mister Ed,’ Dies at 96
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 4 days ago
to Edinburgh, Scotland, and later to Canada. After a stint in the Royal Canadian Navy, Young landed his own radio series on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. After moving to the U.S., he starred on NBC’s “The Alan Young Show.” Young gained his... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Alan Young, Star of ‘Mister Ed,’ Dies at 96to Edinburgh, Scotland, and later to Canada. After a stint in the Royal Canadia
Alan Young, Star of ‘Mister Ed,’ Dies at 96
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
to Edinburgh, Scotland, and later to Canada. After a stint in the Royal Canadian Navy, Young landed his own radio series on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. After moving to America, he starred on NBC’s “The Alan Young Show.” Young gained his... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Alan Young, Star of ‘Mister Ed,’ Dies at 96to Edinburgh, Scotland, and later to Canada. After a stint in the Royal Canadia
Alan Young, Star of ‘Mister Ed,’ Dies at 96
Connecticut Post / Posted 4 days ago
to Edinburgh, Scotland, and later to Canada. After a stint in the Royal Canadian Navy, Young landed his own radio series on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. After moving to America, he starred on NBC’s “The Alan Young Show.” Young gained his... Read more
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examiner.com
'Mr. Ed' star Alan Young has diedBeginning his radio career while serving in the Royal Canadian Navy during Worl
'Mr. Ed' star Alan Young has died
examiner.com / Posted 4 days ago
Beginning his radio career while serving in the Royal Canadian Navy during World War Two, Young had his own series with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, later moving to NBC as a summer replacement for Eddie Cantor. He made his movie debut in... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Alan Young, Star of ‘Mister Ed,’ Dies at 96to Endiburgh, Scotland, and later to Canada. After a stint in the Royal Canadia
Alan Young, Star of ‘Mister Ed,’ Dies at 96
Houston Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
to Endiburgh, Scotland, and later to Canada. After a stint in the Royal Canadian Navy, Young landed his own radio series on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. After moving to America, he starred on NBC’s “The Alan Young Show,” later moving to ABC... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Alan Young, Star of ‘Mister Ed,’ Dies at 96to Endiburgh, Scotland, and later to Canada. After a stint in the Royal Canadia
Alan Young, Star of ‘Mister Ed,’ Dies at 96
Darien News-Review / Posted 4 days ago
to Endiburgh, Scotland, and later to Canada. After a stint in the Royal Canadian Navy, Young landed his own radio series on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. After moving to America, he starred on NBC’s “The Alan Young Show,” later moving to ABC... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
CBS News Legend Morley Safer Passes Awayfrom the French Government. CBS News hired the Canadian-born Safer in 1964 in
CBS News Legend Morley Safer Passes Away
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 5 days ago
from the French Government. CBS News hired the Canadian-born Safer in 1964 in London, where he was a correspondent for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He got the job in an odd turn of events. One of Safer's CBC colleagues seeking a job with... Read more
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NJ.com
Legendary newsman Morley Safer dead at 84, days after '60 Minutes' retirementToronto native, a college dropout who started his career at a rural Ontario new
Legendary newsman Morley Safer dead at 84, days after '60 Minutes' retirement
NJ.com / Posted 5 days ago
Toronto native, a college dropout who started his career at a rural Ontario newspaper, worked for Reuters and was a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation correspondent when CBS News hired him for the London bureau in 1964. Safer opened the... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Morley Safer, Longtime '60 Minutes' Correspondent, Diesmore than 900 stories. "Safer, 84, was born in Toronto, Canada, and covered ma
Morley Safer, Longtime '60 Minutes' Correspondent, Dies
KERA North Texas / Posted 5 days ago
more than 900 stories. "Safer, 84, was born in Toronto, Canada, and covered major stories around the world for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation before he joined CBS News in April 1964. He began his CBS News career as a correspondent in... Read more
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