Tom Brokaw, a well-respected and trusted figure in U.S. broadcast journalism, is best known as the managing editor and sole anchor of NBC News. In this role, he produced and reported documentaries and extended expertise in breaking news events and election coverage. Brokaw’s distinctive style and charm made him a well-recognized star of television news through the 1980s and 1990s. During this time, he was credited from his work in various film appearances, television appearances, radio appearances, and several bestselling books. Brokaw also won every major award given in broadcast journalism, including a Peabody Award, two duPonts, and several Emmys and is also known for his charity work.