November 2004
Broadcasting & Cable;11/29/2004, Vol. 134 Issue 48, p18
Interviews TV news anchorman Dan Rather regarding his decision to relinquish the TV news program "CBS Evening News," which is aired at the CBS network. Reason for his decision to leave the TV program; Information on his defining moments as anchor of the TV news program; Contributions of Rather to television news broadcasting.


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