Bruce DuMont is not only a legendary TV and radio journalist, he is also the founder and president of the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago. In this wide-ranging interview, Bruce talks about his 50-year career, including interviews with Shirley McClaine, George Wallace and David Duke, as well as the long and winding road he persisted upon to create a uniquely American museum. Listen to a legend!
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