TV Week describes the “exodus” of U.S.-based anchors and correspondents from Rome: “Plans called for ‘NBC Nightly News’ anchor Brian Williams-the only flagship newscast anchor representing the Big 3 broadcast networks-to head home. Same for Charlie Gibson, who had been in Rome all week for both ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’ and ‘World News Tonight;’ Fox News Channel’s Shepard Smith; MSNBC’s ‘Hardball’ host Chris Matthews; and Harry Smith, who had been in Rome all week for ‘The Early Show’ on CBS. ‘Today’s’ Katie Couric was to relieve her co-host Matt Lauer from duty in St. Peter’s Square.” Many of them will be back on April 18…
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