Every day for decades, it was an essential part of the day for millions of listeners. A voice would boom out over the radio airwaves, announcing, "Hello, Americans, this is Paul Harvey! Stand by for news!"
I've never been one to attend the performances of symphony orchestras, but off and on, for more than 35 years, I gave myself the gift of something even better:
Paul Harvey had a long and distinctive career in broadcasting. CNN's Brooke Anderson reports.
Paul Harvey, the legendary radio host whose career sharing "the rest of the story" with listeners spanned more than 70 years, has died, according to ABC Radio Networks.
And now, sports fans, the received wisdom of the ages:
This spring, financial radio legend Paul "Good morning, American" Harvey will celebrate his 50th year on ABC News Radio. With other radio personalities using their shows as platforms for bigotry or...