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Robert Halderman

Robert Joel "Joe" Halderman is an American television news writer, director, producer, and convicted felon. Halderman's journalistic career began in 1980 when he worked for CNN in New York. He was hired as a sound man and then became a cameraman, a writer and an assignment editor. In 1982, he went to work for CBS News, first on the national assignment desk and then, as a producer on the CBS Morning Show with Diane Sawyer and Bill Kurtis. In 1986 he produced the CBS specials AIDS Hits Home and 48 Hours on Crack Street. He became a foreign reporter who travelled to more than 70 countries, and was responsible for war reportage from nations such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, and Bosnia. He was stationed in London for 12 years, throughout most of the 1990s, from where he reported on events in the Soviet Union and later Russia.In 1992 he wrote and produced the CBS special Somalia: A Country Is Dying. Halderman worked for CBS Sports during the Winter Olympic Games in Alberville '92, Lillehammer '94 and Nagano '98. During the 2000s, Halderman worked on domestic shows for CBS, He produced the show Flashpoint in 2007, and from 2005–2009, he was also a producer of the CBS true crime

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Letterman Extortionist Robert Halderman Released

Letterman Extortionist Robert Halderman
Released

David Letterman's blackmailer Robert Halderman is out of a New York City jail after serving four months behind bars.The former CBS News producer got two months knocked off his sentence for good… READ MORE >

David Letterman's Extortionist Gets Six Months

David Letterman's Extortionist Gets Six Months

David Letterman's extortionist is headed to the slammer -- Robert Halderman was just sentenced to six months behind bars for trying to squeeze $2 million out the "Late Show" host.Halderman -- who… READ MORE >

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