…That’s the AP headline.
“Ed Bradley will replace [Mike] Wallace in that prominent position when “60 Minutes” begins its new season on Sunday, a further indication of a changing of the guard at television’s first and still most popular newsmagazine.
With Dan Rather rejoining “60 Minutes” and the show absorbing personnel from the canceled “60 Minutes II,” there will be nine correspondents competing for space each week on a broadcast that generally runs three stories.” More…
> “It sounds as if CBS is trying to build an audience for 60 Minutes beyond televisions in assisted living facilities,” The Moderate Voice says…
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