Sunday, November 27, 2011

George Condon, First Plain Dealer TV Columnist..dies at 94..

George Condon, who was the first Cleveland Plain Dealer TV columnist, died October 7, 2011..He was 94.

He began his career at the Plain Dealer in 1943..Becoming TV Critic/Columnist in 1948 and continuing on that beat till 1962...After which he did a daily editorial column until his retirement in 1985..
Condon was also an accomplished author writing several books about Cleveland..

Here is an example of his writing-At the time of the first Cleveland TV Network Swap around March 1, 1955 between then-WXEL-8 and WEWS-5

Link to Plain Dealer Obituary:

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