Bernard Shaw, CNN's 1st chief anchor, dies at 82
Bernard Shaw, CNN's main anchor for a considerable length of time and a spearheading Dark
transmission writer best associated with tranquilly detailing the start of the Bay Conflict
in 1991 as rockets zoomed around him in Baghdad, has passed on. He was 82.
He passed on from pneumonia on Wednesday at an emergency clinic in Washington,
as per Tom Johnson, CNN's previous CEO.
Previous CNN anchor Bernard Shaw has passed on from pneumonia irrelevant to Coronavirus,
Shaw's family declared in a proclamation," CNN tweeted.