NEW YORK (AP) — Ed Fouhy, a longtime television news executive whose Emmy Award-winning career ranged from producing Walter Cronkite's evening broadcasts to twice overseeing presidential debates, has died.
Fouhy died Wednesday at a nursing home in Chatham, Massachusetts, according to his daughter Beth Fouhy, a former Associated Press reporter and now a senior editor at MSNBC. Ed Fouhy was 80 and died from complications relating to cancer.
"Ed Fouhy was a decent, extremely talented network news producer and executive. Ed deserved the national awards and respect of TV news. Richard Brasie (Westinghouse Broadcasting, Washington, DC, Chicago, IL retired) Westwood, MA"
– Richard Brasie, No,
Westwood, MA, Jun 03, 2015
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