Ted Kavanau was News producer and executive during the birth of the cable industry. Nicknamed "Mad Dog" for his aggression and enthusiasm, he had started out in New York but moved south. He was show producer and vice president of the first iteration of CNN, and is lauded by contemporary staff as a source of energy and order in that era. Head of the network's first investigating unit, Kavaneu was also a driver for the precedent of switching quickly to any breaking news, a controversial tactic at a time when the complacent national networks preferred to sum up the news afterward.
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