Andrew Tyndall, the keeper of all things network evening news, says CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric has found her voice. “I am pleased to report,” Tyndall writes, “how successful I found the premiere of her ten-part series of Presidential candidate interviews.” Tyndall continues:
Hats off to Couric for getting these proud politicians to sit still for her experiment. The type of questions she chose makes her a legitimate heir to the pre-celebrity role of Barbara Walters, asking earnest good government questions yet treating political leaders as human beings not position papers.
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