Al Wiman Biography – Al Wiman Wiki
Al Wiman is an American reporter. Previously, he has worked at KSDK-TV and KMOV-TV in Saint Louis, Missouri. He also worked with radio and television stations in Los Angeles and Tallahassee, Florida. His career honors and awards include three Emmy Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and two Golden Globe awards from the Southern California Radio/TV News Association.
He is majorly recognized for his vivid reports on the Charles Manson murders. Together with his television crew, they made a discovery of the bloody clothes thrown away by the assassins on a hillside in Beverly Hills. Consequently, he was referenced in Helter Skelter and was characterized in the television film based on the case. While serving at radio station KFWB in Hollywood, he was a co-narrator for The Beatles’ Story, a documentary album about the Beatlemania phenomenon. It was officially released by Capitol Records on November 23, 1964.
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