List of Hall of Fame Honorees

As part of The Deadline Club’s golden anniversary celebration in 1975,
it established the New York Journalism Hall of Fame, with the following 50 honorees:

Carl W. Ackerman
Homer Bigart
Hugh Baillie
C. D. Batchellor
Meyer Berger
Howard W. Blakeslee
Margaret Bourke-White
Hal Boyle
Arthur Brisbane
Heywood Broun
James Wright Brown
Jimmy Cannon
Robert Capa
Robert Considine
Kent Cooper
Walter Cronkite
Elmer Davis
Barry Farris
Pauline Frederick
Wes Gallagher
Julian Goodman
William Randolph Hearst
Roy W. Howard
Edwin L. James
Earl Johnson
Bernard Kilgore
A. J. Liebling
Walter Lippman
Henry R. Luce
Anne O’Hare McCormick
Raymond Morley
Edward R. Murrow
George Jean Nathan
Dan Parker
Alicia Patterson
Joseph Medill Patterson
Sylvia Porter
James Reston
Grantland Rice
Harold Ross
Damon Runyon
Arthur Hays Sulzberger
Herbert Bayard Swope
Roger Tatarian
Lowell Thomas
Dorothy Thompson
Stanley Walker
Paul White
Walter Winchell
Stanley Woodward

From 1975 to 2000, thirty-nine additional journalists were inducted into the Hall of Fame:

Mel Allen
Art Athens
Michael Bloomberg
Ed Bradley
George Brown
John Mack Carter
Irene Cornell
Douglas Edwards
Osborn Elliott
Morton Frank
Malvin Goode
Pete Hamill
Don Hewitt
John Hohenberg
Murray Kempton
Walter Kerr
Peter Khiss
James Kilgallen
Flora Lewis
Elmer Lower
Reuben Maury
John B. Oakes
Charles Osgood
Warren Phillips
Gabe Pressman
William Safire
Harrison Salisbury
William Shawn
Liz Smith
Walter “Red” Smith
Dr. Frank Stanton
Gloria Steinem
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger
Robert Trout
Dewitt Wallace
Lila Acheson Wallace
Mike Wallace
Barbara Walters
James Wechsler

The Club revived this tradition in 2013, with the induction of the following eight journalists:

Cindy Adams
Jimmy Breslin
Graydon Carter
Bob Herbert
Carol Loomis
Linda Mason
Bill Moyers
Norman Pearlstine

In 2015, The Club inducted the following six journalists into the New York Journalism Hall of Fame:

Max Frankel
Juan González
Charlie Rose
Lesley Stahl
Paul E. Steiger
Richard B. Stolley