Steve Hartman. "Everybody has a story". By: Amanda Pellegrin. How do we define the personality traits of a Hero ? (Steve Hartman).
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"Everybody has a story"
By: Amanda Pellegrin
What steps did he need to take to be known as a hero?
Steve Hartman has been a CBS News correspondent since 1998. He’s served as a part-time correspondent for the previous two years. His career began as the Daily Bruin sports editor at UCLA, where he won awards for his coverage of the 1980 Final Four. After graduating, he joined KABC-AM as an assistant producer. He then moved on to the Los Angeles Raiders, where he served as media relations/publications director. Hartman also was a feature reporter for WABC-TV New York (1991-94) and KSTP TV Minneapolis (1987 91). He began his career in broadcast journalism at WTOL TV Toledo, Ohio, as a news intern and general assignment reporter.
Over the course of his career, Steve has covered numerous national sporting events, including 13 Final Fours, 15 Super Bowls, and many Major League All-Star games. He also has been nominated for "Best Radio Analyst" by the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Association for his work as color commentator for UCLA football.
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What does Steve believe the “point” of this segment is?