Chancellor, John

Chancellor, John

(1927–  ) television correspondent/anchorman; born in Chicago, Ill. Originally a Chicago Sun Times copy boy, he became a television reporter for National Broadcasting Company (NBC) local WMAQ in the 1950s. By 1958, he was NBC Vienna bureau chief, covering Soviet-American relations. Briefly Today show host (1961–62), he was the first working journalist to serve as Voice of America director (1965–67). He became NBC nightly news anchor (1970–82), appearing subsequently as a commentator.
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THE shadow chancellor, John McDonnell's, communitarian approach to some of the former nationalised industries has much to commend it but, if anything, is too generous to shareholders.
LABOUR'S Liverpudlian Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, believes Mayor Joe Anderson would be a great asset as an MP and said he wants the Walton seat to go to a local candidate.
IF Jeremy Corbyn and his Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, really believe in their left-wing politics, why do they try to disguise it, why make it sound like something it isn't?
IT was good to hear the Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, expressing on television recently his desire to nurture a more equal society in which commerce can thrive.
The former chancellor, John Lombardi, decamped for Louisiana last August after a bitter public clash over a realignment of the administrative structure intended to bring greater cohesion to the five-campus system.
The Chancellor, John Prescott, Jack Straw, John Reid, David Blunkett, Michael Foot and Lord Kinnock came together to remember a man "in politics not to be something but to do something".
Bishop Chris Williams of the Arctic said he consulted his chancellor, John Bayly, because "the Diocese of the Arctic is one of the few dioceses in our church that has gone on record saying we will not ordain practising homosexuals and we will not marry same-sex couples.
The Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, commented that when Theresa May completed her speech she had built up a total of PS15bn in spending commitment.
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