| Terence Smith|
| Red Smith|
| News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast|
Red Smith, Jim Lehrer, Robert MacNeil, John Merrow, Stephen Talbot
University of Notre Dame
Terence Smith (journalist) Wikipedia
Terence Smith is an American journalist who worked as a special correspondent at The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, worked for The New York Times, and CBS News. Smith has been a guest host for The Diane Rehm Show, and contributes to The Huffington Post. At CBS, Smith won two Emmy Awards, in 1990 for his coverage of Hurricane Hugo, and in 1989 for his coverage of people who live near nuclear power plants. He retired from PBS NewsHour in 2006. He has strong environmental interests and served on the Advisory Board of the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center and Chairs the Board of the Maryland Chesapeake Bay Trust of the State of Maryland.
Smith was born to sportswriter Red Smith, and later earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame in 1960.
Smith is married and has two grown children and three grandchildren. He lives in the Eastport neighborhood in Annapolis, Maryland, on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay.