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Legewndary CBS News Brpadcaster Calls It Quits


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  • Legewndary CBS News Brpadcaster Calls It Quits

    I thought it worthy of note that longtime CBS News reporter Christopher Glenn retired on Friday at age 67.

    In recent years, he was best known as a familiar anchor for CBS Radio hourly newscasts...and for the daily World News Roundup.

    Older MiceChatters, however, might remember him best for a series of short CBS-TV features called "In the News"...they ran starting in the early 70's during Saturday morning kids programming, to give young people a non-condescending look at current events.

    He's one of the greats, and I know I'll miss hearing him.


    PS - sorry for the typo in the thread title - I meant legendary, of course
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