Ed Crane is an award-winning broadcaster who has been reporting on radio and television since 1979.
Ed Crane is an award-winning broadcaster who has been reporting on radio and television since 1979. He was hired by CBS News in 1982 at the ripe old age of 26, joining the late Charles Kuralt as the youngest CBS News Correspondent ever to be let loose in the studio.
For the next 20 years, he proved a versatile journalist, anchoring hourly newscasts, as well as, the World News Roundup and Network Special Reports. Along the way, Ed covered the Presidential campaign of Bob Dole, the primary adventures of disparate candidates Jerry Brown and Pat Buchanan, the Papal visits of Pope John Paul, the OJ Simpson Trial and the mysterious crash and ensuing investigation of TWA Flight 800.
Looking to expand his broadcast horizon, Ed formed his own broadcast talent unit facilitating a variety of opportunities; Reporter and Anchor for CBS MarketWatch, Anchor of the CBS News TV broadcast, Up to the Minute, Anchor and reporting assignments for WCBS-TV, New York, The Wall Street Journal and Afternoon News Anchor for WCBS-AM, New York.
He lives in El Dorado Hills, California with his wife, Barb, and his Lab, Sandy.