14 Facts About Steve Hartman


Stephen Robert Hartman was born on April 14,1963 and is an American broadcast journalist.


Steve Hartman earned a degree in broadcast journalism at Bowling Green State University, graduating in 1985.


Steve Hartman was a correspondent for two CBS News magazines, Coast to Coast and Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel.


In 1998, Steve Hartman became a full-time CBS News correspondent; he served as 60 Minutes II essayist from 2002 until the show was canceled in September 2005.


Steve Hartman became well known for his award-winning feature series, Everybody Has a Story.


Steve Hartman got the idea from newspaper reporter David Johnson of the Lewiston [Idaho] Morning Tribune.


Steve Hartman first tried a few stories on Public Eye.

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Steve Hartman traveled around the country, from Hawaii to Alaska, from Buckhannon, West Virginia, to Miami, Florida.


In 2010, Steve Hartman took the series worldwide, when with assistance of NASA, each "Everybody in the World Has a Story" segment featured an astronaut in the International Space Station spinning a globe and pointing to random locations for Steve Hartman to travel and find a story.


In 2011, CBS revived On the Road, with Steve Hartman providing the Friday evening end-pieces for the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley.


Three of Steve Hartman's stories won in the Best Writing category.


Steve Hartman has been featuring Kindness 101, inspiring stories about goodness, kindness, compassion, appearing on CBS Evening News.


In 2002 Hartman received an Alfred I DuPont-Columbia University Award from the Columbia Journalism School, for the Everybody has a Story series.


Steve Hartman has received four Edward R Murrow Awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association, including three consecutive citations for Best Writing.