Off Camera (Google eBook)

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Jan 16, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 320 pages
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Ted Koppel, anchor of Nightline, is one of America's most intelligent and respected journalists. With this fascinating book, he finally lets us know the man behind the face we've trusted late at night for almost twenty years.

Off Camera is a daily journal of the year that brought the twentieth century to a close--the year of Monica and Y2K, of shootings at Columbine, of the death of JFK, Jr. With riveting insight and lucid prose, Koppel chronicles his thoughts on these events and more, from interactive TV to the war in Kosovo to the dumbing down of network news. Witty, provocative, and wise, this book is indispensable.


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Review: Off Camera: Private Thoughts Made Public

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

Another 'discarded' library book. I'm always interested in people and their stories. I am looking foward to this one. At 25cents for a hardcover copy, how could it not be at least worth that? Read full review

Review: Off Camera: Private Thoughts Made Public

User Review  - Karen Hickman Secord - Goodreads

Another 'discarded' library book. I'm always interested in people and their stories. I am looking foward to this one. At 25cents for a hardcover copy, how could it not be at least worth that? Read full review

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Ted Koppel lives in Maryland


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