Perhaps a correction in today's edition offers a clue (6th item):
A museum entry in the Spare Times listing of Weekend on Friday, about television programs that inspired the film "Good Night, and Good Luck," at the Museum of Television and Radio, misstated the given name of the CBS broadcaster who made them. He was Edward R. Murrow, not William.Good lord. What are they teaching in journalism school these days? When a national newspaper of record can't get the name of "the most distinguished man in the history of broadcast journalism"right, how can I trust them to get the news right?
Oh, that's right. I don't.