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If television came of age during the Kennedy assassination coverage, it was a rocky transition. Television and radio, each with its own benefits and drawbacks, each covered the tragedy in its own way. Technical difficulties and human sorrow led to a sense of chaos in the aftermath. Prominent news anchors like Walter Cronkite made household names of themselves, and the world watched as Jackie Kennedy contributed the “human factor” to the coverage. Learn more about media coverage of the JFK assassination in this article, made available by The World & I Online.