Charles Gibson retired from ABC News in 2009, but he hasn’t retired from the interviewing and in-front-of-the-camera work he’d done for almost 40 years, he’s just doing it now for a sponsor. And he’s talking about … retirement.
On his final broadcast on Dec. 18, 2009, Gibson said, “There is so much to do in the years I have left, I don’t want to miss any of it.”
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