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Jim Wooten
Booknotes, Sunday, December 10, 1989
Jim Wooten discusses Choose Me: Portraits of a Presidential Race.

Photographer Arthur Grace talked about his book Choose Me: Portraits of a Presidential Race, published by University Press of New England. He described his project of covering the 1988 presidential race. Black and white still photography is highlighted in the book that contains a selection of over one hundred photographs from the campaign trail. Armed with a twin lens reflex camera, Grace photographed each of the major presidential candidates. Among the people photographed are George H.W. Bush, Bob Dole, Michael Dukakis, and Richard Gephardt. (timspalding)… (more)
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Jim Wooten is an American journalist. Since joining ABCNEWS in the summer of 1979, Jim Wooten has held a number of roles and filed stories from 40 countries and five continents. He is presently the network’s Senior Correspondent and from his base in London contributes to “World News Tonight with Peter Jennings”, “Nightline”, “Good Morning America” and other ABCNEWS broadcasts.
In 1994, Wooten’s reports from Rwanda and Zaire won the Overseas Press Club Award, the Robert F. Kennedy Award and the Joe Alex Morris Award from Harvard University for distinguished foreign reporting. He has won numerous awards for his work, including the Ernie Pyle Memorial Medal and the Blue Pencil Award for Journalistic Excellence from Columbia University.

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