Photo of Moran discussed on TV

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By Jesse Osbourne

J.S. Moran, who served as editor at The Springfield Sun, was mentioned during Great Day Live, a morning talk show on WHAS 11 in Louisville.

The show featured Louisville Courier-Journal photographer Bill Luster, who was retiring that day (Friday) after 42 years.
Luster discussed some of his favorite pictures with hosts Terry Meiners and Rachel Platt.
An image of J.S. Moran was among those discussed.
“One of my favorite assignments, J.S. Moran, who was the editor at The Springfield Sun for years,” Luster said. “He wrote a column called ‘Through my Bifocals.’ I spent a couple of days with him in ‘85.”
“That’s the most amazing face on him,” Platt said about the photograph. “I love that.”
Luster has photographed nine presidents, three of those inside the White House. According to his website, www.billluster.com, he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography, along with other members of The Courier Journal staff, for photos of court-ordered busing in Jefferson County schools.
In 1989, he shared a Pulitzer Prize for local reporting for the coverage of the nation’s worst drunken driving accident.
The video clip can be viewed online at http://www.whas11.com/great-day-live/video/Award-winning-photojournalist...