After 53 Years of Journalism, She Will Announce Her Retirement Later Today
#TaniaOnTheScene - Longtime ABC News personality Barbara Walters will retire from TV journalism in 2014, ABC reported late Sunday, closing a chapter on one of the most storied careers in broadcast journalism history.
She is expected to make the announcement tody on “The View,” a daytime talker she created in 1997.
Walters, 83, will remain executive producer of that show.
“I am very happy with my decision and look forward to a wonderful and special year ahead both on ‘The View’ and with ABC News,” she said.
“I created ‘The View’ and am delighted it will last beyond my leaving it.”
Rumors of Walters’ retirement surfaced in March. But she soon squashed them, saying on “The View” that “if and when I might have an announcement to make, I will do it on this program.”
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#TaniaOnTheScene - The hit show’s producer is reportedly irate over the cancelling, and is vowing to continue shooting the series.
In the wake of the tragic death of 21-year-old “Buckwild” star Shain Gandee, MTV has moved to cancel the raucous reality show.
Gandee, his 48-year-old uncle, David Gandee, and 27-year-old friend Donald Robert Myers, were found dead in his vehicle April 1, after the trio was said to have gone “mudding,” or off-road driving, in West Virginia. An autopsy confirmed they died from carbon monoxide poisoning inside his Ford Bronco, police in West Virginia said.
No Rap Money is expected to release on November 5th, 2012.
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The 82-year-old longtime TV producer and host had been at St. John’s Hospital in L.A. after undergoing an outpatient procedure on Tuesday, according to TMZ. Clark reportedly suffered the heart attack following the procedure and died on Wednesday after unsuccessful attempts to resuscitate him.
Clark had a history of health problems. He was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in 1994, which he kept private until 2004, the year he suffered a stroke that forced him to retire as host of “New Years’ Rockin’ Eve.” Clark created the program in 1972 and earned a Peabody Award for his coverage. He was only unable to host twice until his stroke. Though Ryan Seacrest has since taken over, Clark made annual appearances.
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