Barbara Walters Announces Retirement

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Barbara Walters Announces Retirement

Barbara Walters, who broke gender barriers by becoming the first woman to anchor a national nightly newscast, announced that she will retire from broadcasting in 2014 after more than 50 years on television. What do you think?

  • “Good luck to her in her next job!”

    Susanna Carlyle
    Accordion Maker
  • “I’d just like to announce that the Barbara Walters fan page will carry on stronger than ever despite today’s sad news.”

    Simon Speer
    Systems Analyst
  • “But without Barbara around, The View is going to descend into banal topics and pointless commentary.”

    Darren Beaufoy
    Food Chemist