Legendary Walter Cronkite who made himself a unique stand on the whole of America dies at the age of 92. He was famous for the news which he delivered at the most toughest time of American history. The authentic of his News Source and reports made him “the Most trusted man of America”.
Walter Cronkite began his career as a Television correspondent at CBS in 1950. After which, he anchored the “CBS Evening News” from 1962 to 1981.
His reports on the assassination of president John F. Kennedy, Vietnam war to the Apollo space program has a deep impact on the people. People all around America used to watch his show without fail which is to say, the show that he was in top ranked for almost 20 years.
Nearly 20 million people followed his News report every night which is remarkable citing the population on early 50’s and 60’s. His death is not sudden. His family report that, Walter Cronkite suffered with Cerebrovascular disease for quite a few years.
He retired on high note from the Industry and is still loved by the people. He was nick named “Uncle Walter” out of love by the people.