Newsman William Deane: We will talk about a news item no one will report and one that compelled him to retire to report--a Kennedy era CIA sponsored program that offers convicted prisoners lifetime clemency if they conduct dangerous clandestine operations and come back alive. Deane has 33 years experience as a writer and news assignment editor at ABC and CBS; news director in Denver and Rochester, New York; anchor at KYW, Philadelphia as well as Miami’s ABC TV affiliate, He is a member of the Radio Television News Directors Association; New York Press Club; Investigative Reporters & Editors; Society of Professional Journalists and the winner of many awards including an Edward R. Murrow for Best Coverage of a Major Breaking News Event, the Assassination of Itzhak Rabin.
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