Bernard R. Goldberg launched his stellar career in broadcasting as news director at WRSU Rutgers Radio while he was an undergraduate. After graduating with a journalism degree, he reported for the Associated Press, and then worked as a writer, producer, and reporter for two television stations in Miami. He joined CBS News in 1972 and went on to cover stories across America and around the world for the CBS Evening News and several primetime news magazine programs. At CBS, he won six Emmy awards and was lead correspondent on a 48 Hours program that won the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award for excellence in broadcast journalism. In 2000, Goldberg left CBS to report for the critically acclaimed HBO program Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel; in 2001 he won his seventh Emmy for outstanding sports journalism, and in 2004 he won his eighth Emmy and the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for broadcast excellence. Goldberg is the author of several books, including New York Times bestsellers Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News (2001) and Arrogance: Rescuing America From the Media Elite (2003).