Former "Washington Post" publisher KATHERINE GRAHAM Former "Washington Post" publisher KATHERINE GRAHAM. Graham's father owned "the Post" in 1933 and later her husband, Phil Graham, took over. Following her husband's suicide in 1963, Graham became publisher, knowing little about the managerial or journalistic aspects of the job. But, learning while she worked, she transformed the paper into one of the country's most respected newspapers. "The Post" broke the Watergate scandal and published the Pentagon Papers against a federal judge's ruling. Graham also became chairman and CEO of the Washington Post Media company. She writes about her childhood and experiences as publisher in her new autobiography "Personal History" (Knopf). (THIS INTERVIEW CONTINUES INTO THE SECOND HALF OF THE SHOW).12:28:30 FORWARD PROMO (:29)12:29:00 I.D. BREAK (:59)12:30:00 Interview with KATHERINE GRAHAM continued.

Former "Washington Post" publisher KATHERINE GRAHAM

Former "Washington Post" publisher KATHERINE GRAHAM

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Former "Washington Post" publisher KATHERINE GRAHAM. Graham's father owned "the Post" in 1933 and later her husband, Phil Graham, took over. Following her husband's suicide in 1963, Graham became publisher, knowing little about the managerial or journalistic aspects of the job. But, learning while she worked, she transformed the paper into one of the country's most respected newspapers. "The Post" broke the Watergate scandal and published the Pentagon Papers against a federal judge's ruling. Graham also became chairman and CEO of the Washington Post Media company. She writes about her childhood and experiences as publisher in her new autobiography "Personal History" (Knopf). (THIS INTERVIEW CONTINUES INTO THE SECOND HALF OF THE SHOW).12:28:30 FORWARD PROMO (:29)12:29:00 I.D. BREAK (:59)12:30:00 Interview with KATHERINE GRAHAM continued.