1) Walter Cronkite - Former CBS anchorman, WW2 correspondent.
2) Wilfred Burchett - First journalist into Hiroshima and did a story on the A-BOMB
3) Peter Arnett- Worked for AP in Vietnam and Around the world then for CNN, covered both Iraq wars.
4) David Halbertam- Covered Vietnam
5) Neil Sheehan-American, covered for either AP or UPI
6) Chester Wilmot-Australian and covered WW2, in the Middle East, Europe and New Guinea.
7&8) Carl Bernstein and Bob woodland as a team covered the Watergate Story
9) Ernest Hemingway- Was a journalist covering the Spanish Civil war
10) Elijah Lovejoy- Brave defender of freedom of press, Lovejoy used his press in Illinois to abolish slavery.
11) Margaret Fuller- First American female foreign and war correspondent
12) Barbara Walter – First woman to become a successful broadcast journalist.
13) Helen Thomas- Veteran journalist in the finest tradition, she is the first lady of print journalism, she has been a White house reporter since 1961.
14) Joseph Pulitzer- He is so famous that his name is on the prize given to the best journalism contribution. he wrote for the newspapers and later purchased and run the New York world.