At a recent Q&A at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan, veteran newsman Ted Koppel discussed his concerns about journalistic standards as anonymous reporters on the web become more popular. He also told an amusing story about his days as a copy boy when he ended up driving Peter Lorre and Boris Karloff around during a snow storm. Video below:
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