Veteran newsman Sam Donaldson has never been shy about speaking his mind.
Starting Over, Growing Bolder
Wendy Chioji has been the face of Orlando news for 20 years. Her battle with breast cancer enlightened all women; her determination to help others was only equaled by her dedication to becoming a world-class athlete.
Where were you and where will you be?
There has been a great deal of print and air time regarding the future, specifically - what does the future hold? It seems half are willing to tell you exactly what to expect while the other half admit they have no idea. Part of the problem with thinking about the future is grappling with time. We know it elapses but how fast seems to depend on your age. The older one gets, the faster...
For two decades, America woke up with Joan Lunden. After stepping away from the anchor chair, she started reinventing her life. Now the busy mother of seven wants to help you entertain like she does with her line of home decor products.
Cronkite Memories of Moon Landing
Walter Cronkite was our host for so many significant historical events. His passing within days of the 60th anniversary of man landing on the moon is a poignant reminder of what an important personality he was.
"Uncle" Walter Cronkite Dies at Age 92
Walter Cronkite, one of America's most beloved and well-known journalists, died on July 17, 2009, at the age of 92. Remembered for his coverage of some of the biggest stories in history, Cronkite was often considered a voice of calm during disaster.
Growing Bolder in the Orlando Business Journal
The Orlando Business Journal profiles Growing Bolder Founder and CEO Marc Middleton, who talks about the national launch of Growing Bolder TV, plans for an international media company and how his life has changed since leaving the television news business
After a devastating accident, Bob Tuschman swore to himself that if he recovered he would change everything. He did recover, then quit his job and followed his passion over to the Food Channel where he is now Vice President.