Katie Couric on Diane Sawyer: ‘I Wonder Whom She Blew This Time’

Katie Couric on Diane Sawyer: ‘I Wonder Whom She Blew This Time’

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.

Lloyd Grove

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The Constant Beast

For Katie Couric, Diane Sawyer and Christiane Amanpour, the minute of facts are going to arrive—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 time’s seriously depressing or perhaps alarming world occasions by moving around and poring over bound galleys for the Information Sorority, veteran journalist Sheila Weller’s gossipy chronicle of this rise (and periodic stumbles) of three of tv news’ best-known ladies.

In Weller’s narrative—which, as the subtitle indicates, aspires to report “the (Ongoing, Imperfect, Complicated) Triumph of Women in TV Information”—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: ‘I Wonder Whom She Blew This Time’”