“Welcome to network television’s first ever evening newscast in prime time,” began Couric.
“I’ll see you tomorrow at our regular time,” said Couric at the end of the broadcast. “Good night.”
It faced some tough competition on the rest of the networks — American Idol on FOX, Lost on ABC and Knight Rider on NBC (well, two out of three).
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