20 July, 1969.
Above, CBS’ now-classic coverage of the Apollo 11 Landing with Walter Cronkite.
Also check out this short clip of James Burke doing the BBC coverage of this event. Note how, in 65 seconds, Mr. Burke clearly conveys more actual information than modern newscasters do in an hour.
Happy Moon Landing Day!
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