Ruth Ashton Taylor is radio newscaster and a retired American television
Ruth Ashton Taylor is radio newscaster and a retired American television in broadcasting with a career, was the first female newscaster in the West Coast and Los Angeles on television, has received honors and many awards, a star and a Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award began in 1944. A native of Los Angeles graduated from Long Beach Polytechnic High School in 1939. Taylor completed undergraduate degree at Scripps College. Other notable honors include a Governors Award for Lifetime Achievement. The era of Edward R.
Murrow was at the center of CBS radio. Women were allowed n't because CBS management on the air. LOS ANGELES caught up with the first TV newswoman with Ruth Ashton Taylor.
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