Now that The View is done cleaning house, the daytime chat fest is reportedly looking to a few familiar faces to fill those empty chairs.
The New York Post's Page Six reports that frequent guest host and comedian Mario Cantone has been offered a ...
Barbara Walters is finally speaking out on the future of The View following the abrupt firings of hosts Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy.
Barbara Walters has learned a lot throughout her 50-plus years as a journalist, and on Sunday's episode of Oprah's Master Class, she's sharing the most significant piece of wisdom she can impart on others.
"The most important thing a journalist or interviewer can do is to listen," she says in the exclusive clip below. "Too often we write questions down and no matter what, we go onto our second question and our third question because that's the way we've written them. We shouldn't. The first question gets asked and the second question should be, why? How come? Tell me more. ... If you don't listen you're not a journalist."
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During the hour, Walters, a 12-time Emmy Award winner, shares a rare glimpse into her career, from getting her big break and becoming the first woman to co-anchor Today, to interviewing every sitting president since Richard Nixon, and why she chose to leave The View.
ABC's The View may be going for a new look in the wake of Barbara Walters' retirement. Sherri Shepherd is leaving the chat show, with more departures possibly coming soon...
Transitions are always tricky in TV news. Executives want to find a way to reach younger audiences. But it's hard to replicate the audience loyalty built up by older, established anchors who became famous during an earlier era of television. So ABC News deserves credit for the crafty transition plan announced Wednesday for ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer. Here's what it means for...