Broadcast journalist Ted Koppel
Koppel’s career spans more than half a century. He started out as a broadcaster at WMCA Radio in New York, then, in 1963, became a correspondent for ABC News Radio, where one of his first assignments was covering President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. He is best known, however, as managing editor and host of ABC News’ Nightline, which he led from 1980 until 2005. Read more here.
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