Mike Wallace is being careful to say he’s not fully retiring. “But it is clear an era is coming to a close at television’s leading newsmagazine, which Wallace joined at its start in September, 1968,” David Bauder says.
Matea Gold adds: “Nevertheless, his departure from the program marks a significant turning point for “60 Minutes,” which has maintained a roster of veteran correspondents on staff at a time when younger broadcasters are getting the top jobs on other newscasts.”
> “Mike Wallace is 60 Minutes,” show founder Don Hewitt once told Broadcasting & Cable…
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