In a juicy brand brand brand new tell-all guide, Couric comes across as brash, striving, and self-absorbed, and Sawyer is a Machiavellian, often-inscrutable workaholic.
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For Katie Couric, Diane Sawyer and Christiane Amanpour, the minute of facts are going to arriveвЂ”or at the least a book-length facsimile thereof.
Information professionals and community publicists have now been distracting on their own out of this summer timeвЂ™s seriously depressing or perhaps alarming world occasions by moving around and poring over bound galleys for the Information Sorority, veteran journalist Sheila WellerвЂ™s gossipy chronicle of this rise (and periodic stumbles) of three of tv newsвЂ™ best-known ladies.
In WellerвЂ™s narrativeвЂ”which, as the subtitle indicates, aspires to report вЂњthe (Ongoing, Imperfect, Complicated) Triumph of Women in TV InformationвЂќвЂ”Couric comes down as brash, striving, self-absorbed, and sporadically insensitive towards the realities faced by her less well-compensated colleagues, yet steeled by individual tragedy (the cancer-related deaths of her husband and her cousin) and with the capacity of big-hearted generosity. Continue reading “Katie Couric on Diane Sawyer: вЂI Wonder Whom She Blew This TimeвЂ™”