The Hill notes that former CBS newsman Roger Mudd takes to task Carol Joynt (former CBS employee and current owner of Nathans in Georgetown, where she does the Q&A Cafe) for some 1970s era battles, claiming that he had “a serious problem” with Joynt (who back then served as a writer for Walter Cronkite) and blames her for Mudd’s contentious relationship with Cronkite. All of this is spelled out in Mudd’s new book, “The Place to Be: Washington, CBS, and the Glory Days of Television News.”
Now, Joynt’s publishing the emails exchanged with Mudd during his research for “Place to Be.”
And so it goes…
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