Chernoff, Howard L.

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Howard L. Chernoff (1907-) was a newspaper and radio journalist. After an early career in Ohio newspapers, he became general manager of the West Virginia Network in 1938 and reported by radio from Europe during World War II. After the war, Chernoff moved to San Diego to be general manager of the San Diego Journal and KFMB radio and television stations. In 1965 he became assistant director of the U.S. Information Agency. Chernoff was also president of the San Diego Zoological Society and commissioner general for the U.S. exhibit at Expo 70 in Japan. He took part in U.S. government tours of Vietnam, Outer Mongolia, and Iran.

From the description of Howard L. Chernoff papers, 1936-1982. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 665842133

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Mongolia
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Japan
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Broadcast journalism--20th century
Journalism--20th century
Zoos--20th century
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Active 1936

Active 1982

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