Harvey Stats  | American Journalism Review
From AJR,   October 1998

Harvey Stats   

By Marc Fisher
Marc Fisher, a Washington Post columnist, is a regular contributor to AJR.     

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  • Born September 4, 1918, in Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Lives in a 27-room mansion in River Forest, Illinois. Also owns a ranch in Missouri and a winter mansion in Phoenix
  • Broadcasts on more than 1,300 radio stations, drawing an average daily audience of about 5 million listeners for his top-rated 8:30 a.m. newscast and about 2.5 million for his daily afternoon ``The Rest of the Story" yarn
  • Has one child, Paul Aurandt, who writes scripts for ``The Rest of the Story"

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