The CBS reporter Harold Dow passed away on Saturday leaving the management of CBS in stunned silence. The death of Harold Dow came as a shock to everyone who knew him. Harold Dow was 62 years old when he passed away in his home on Saturday, the 21st of August 2010. Harold Dow has left behind his wife and three kids.
Known for covering the most controversial content, Harold Dow was a valued correspondent at CBS where his career spanned a whopping 40 years. Harold Dow was a five time Emmy Award holder and revered by his counter parts for his integrity and intelligence. The most famous work of Harold Dow was on the show called “48 Hours” since the production of the program started rolling.
Harold Dow had the courage and resilience of an excellent reporter and narrowly escaped death in the September 11 attacks whilst covering the terror unleashed on America back then. The first to interview O.J. Simpson after the murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson, Harold Dow did many stories that lent golden stars to his career as a correspondent with CBS.
Harold Dow led a fulfilling life, in his professional capacity at least. Harold Dow had the opportunity to interact with Nelson Mandela and travelled with him in America. Harold Dow also covered the tsunami in Sri Lanka.
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