WABC Profiles The Late Gil Noble [VIDEO]

Photo: Anthony Barboza/Getty Gil Noble, a pioneering journalist, who happened to also be African-American, died on April 5th, ...

Gil Noble, a pioneering journalist, who happened to also be African-American, died on April 5th, 2012. Thanks to his long running Like It Is program on WABC-TV, Noble leaves an indelible legacy of documenting and revealing the plight of African-Americans in the United States, and throughout the world, via the mainstream media. WABC, where Noble launched his show in 1968, took a short but insightful look at Noble and his storied career with commentary from David Dinkins, Rev. Al Sharpton and other notable names.

Get familiar with Gil Noble by watching the video below.



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