Paul Harvey, one of the greatest broadcasters in American history and certainly the greatest radio broadcaster, died today in Phoenix at age 90. His delivery, along the way he blended news with commentary, was unlike anything else on the radio dial. And Harvey would personally endorse advertisers on his show, which he reportedly wouldn't do unless he liked the product or service himself. (I still remember his glowing praise of Curtis Mathes TVs years ago.)
A true pioneer is gone. Rest in peace, Mr. Harvey.