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Television / Rather #772054

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 23, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bruce Morton) The reporting career of Dan Rather, who will soon retire as anchor of CBS News, reviewed; scenes shown of Rather covering the news around the world. [RATHER - says he is eager to work.] ["Washington Post" Howard KURTZ†- says the botched National Guard story led to Rather giving up the anchor chair.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The changing of the guard in TV news examined; details given about CBS anchors Walter Cronkite & Rather. [Syracuse University Robert THOMPSON†- talks about golden era of broadcasting.] [Rather agent Richard LIEBNER†, "New Yorker" magazine Ken AULETTA†- comment on the changing system.] [ABC anchor Aaron Brown - praises Rather.]

Brown, Aaron;
Morton, Bruce

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