He has a knack for making people say on-camera what they would rather not admit to themselves. His confrontational style set a new standard for broadcast journalism while spawning a host of imitators. At 21, Mike Wallace was already the broadcaster for one of the most popular programs on radio, The Green Hornet. But he was destined for more, and after serving in the Navy during World War II, he abandoned radio for television, though the new medium was far from established. BIOGRAPHY® reveals how broadcast journalism and Mike Wallace grew up together, and shows countless clips of the aggressive young reporter honing the confrontational style that made him one of the most popular and controversial journalists of his generation. Hear from people who have endured his grilling interviews as well as colleagues, friends and family. And get a glimpse of what Wallace is like when the cameras aren't rolling. Join BIOGRAPHY® for a hard-hitting look at the tireless journalist who always gets to the heart of the story.
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