May 19, 2016

By Bob Komsic

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Morley Safer has died, just days after ”60 Minutes” devoted its entire broadcast to its retiring correspondent, who was synonymous with the iconic CBS newsmagazine show.
He’d been part of it for all but two of its 48 years.
Morley Safer
Safer was born in Toronto and raised in Woodstock.
He began his career at several news organizations in Canada and England including the CBC before being hired by the Reuters wire service in London.
Safer also worked for the CBC in London before being hired by CBS News where he’s spend the rest of his career.
Fellow iconic Canadian newsman Lloyd Robertson describes Safer as a ”legend.”
Safer once claimed, ”there is no such thing as the common man,” explaining, ”if there were, there would be no need for journalists.”
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