Then, Canadians were captivated all over again by television.

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"This is Matthew Halton of the CBC." So began Halton's war broadcasts.

His reports were at times tender and sad and other times shocking and explosive.

Halton was an unabashed sentimentalist who covered the war as a crusade, for which he was sometimes criticized but more often loved.

Covering the major milestones of his generation - from the war trenches to the coronation of the Queen, Halton became Canada's most famous foreign correspondent.

On a summer's day in 1927, Canadians coast to coast sat enthralled before their radio sets as Prime Minister Mackenzie King spoke to them from Parliament Hill.

Through the 1930s radio kept them entertained, and in wartime radio kept them informed.

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