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Renowned journalist, NewsHour co-founder Robert MacNeil dies

Season 2024 Episode 104 | 13m 02s

Robert MacNeil died Friday morning at the age of 93. He was the visionary and driving force in the creation of the institution that, with Jim Lehrer, became the NewsHour. Jeffrey Brown looks back at his life and legacy.

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