Longtime NBC News correspondent Don Oliver has died. Oliver, who spent 25 years at NBC News, got his first job in TV at KXLJ in his native Montanta. He got a scholarship from NBC News to attend Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism before joining NBC’s Cleveland bureau in 1966. He retired from NBC in 1991, but returned for a four-month stint in the early days of MSNBC. Brian Williams reported the news last night:
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