- They report the cause of death
- His family confirms the sad news
- He was the first CNN chief anchorman.
Mourning in the world of TV! The former presenter of the news network CNN, Bernard Shaw died this Thursday, September 8 at the age of 82. The family confirmed the tragic death of the renowned journalist who was the first anchorman in chief of CNN, through a statement
Bernard Shaw was at the launch of one of the most recognized news companies in the United States, CNN in 1980, according to the own string. He retired from the agency on February 28, 2001 after more than 20 years of service with the channel.
What did Bernard Shaw, iconic TV host, die of?
According to CNN, the former presenter died of pneumonia that was not related to COVID-19. “Even after he left CNN, Bernie remained a close member of our CNN family,” said Chris Licht, the news network’s president and CEO.
According to the manager, Bernard Shaw continued to “provide our viewers with context on historical events as recent as last year.” The former presenter reported some of the most important events that marked the course of history.