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Barbara Walters Has Died At 93


FILE – Barbara Walters arrives to participate in a panel discussion featuring the hosts of ABC’s “The View,” at The Paley Center for Media on April 9, 2008, in New York. Walters, a superstar and pioneer in TV news, has died, according to ABC News on Friday, Dec. 30, 2022. She was 93. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, File) Barbara Walters, the trailblazing television news broadcaster and longtime ABC News anchor and correspondent. She joined ABC News in 1976, becoming the first female anchor on an evening news program. She won 12 Emmy awards, 11 of those while at ABC News She made her final appearance as a co-host of “The View” in 2014 and became an executive producer Walters was born in Boston on Sept. 25, 1929, to Dena and Louis “Lou” Walters She once talked about her career and daughter and said, “I was so busy with a career. It’s the age-old problem. And, you know, on your deathbed, are you going to say, ‘I wish I spent more time in the office?’ No. You’ll say, ‘I wish I spent more time with my family,’ and I do feel that way. I wish I had spent more time with my Jackie.” Barbara was 93 years old.

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