Judy Feiner Crichton Net Worth
How rich is Judy Feiner Crichton? For this question we spent 22 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.
The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $57,5 Million.
Judy Feiner Crichton information Birth date: November 25, 1929 Death date: 2007-10-14 Birth place: Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA Profession:Miscellaneous Crew, Producer, Writer
:How tall is Judy Feiner Crichton – 1,84m.
How much weight is Judy Feiner Crichton – 84kg
Judith Feiner (25 November 1929 – 14 October 2007 ) was an American television news and documentary producer.As a teenager she assisted her father with the first television coverage of a presidential election in 1944. Crichton later worked for DuMont Television Network as a researcher, writer, and associate producer of the game show Whats the Story?, featuring Jimmy Cannon, and Harriet Van Horne. She was a producer for Ive Got A Secret from 1952 – 1968. During this period, she wrote and produced a radio series for Betty Furness called Dimensions of a Womans World. Crichton was the principal organizer and producer of New York Citys first Earth Day in April 1970. In 1971, she and Chester Feldman produced a documentary of the making of the Broadway cast album of Company. In 1974, she became the first woman producer for CBS Reports , and won three Emmy Awards for The Nuclear Battlefield.Crichton moved to ABC News to work as a producer and writer for ABC Close-Up, won a DuPont Award for Oh, Tell the World What Happened, and a Christopher Award for Close-Ups piece on Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1986, she led the first Western journalism team to report from Angola since its revolution in 1975, the reports aired on Nightline and ABC World News Tonight. Crichton was the executive producer of American Experience from 1987-1996. During her tenure, the series won 6 Peabody Awards, 2 DuPont Award Awards), 5 Writers Guild Awards, 5 OAH Awards, and 7 Emmy Awards. She was awarded the National Humanities Medal by then-President Bill Clinton in 2000.
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