Anchors: Brokaw, Jennings, Rather and the Evening News
Ever since the ratings battle between Jennings, Rather and Brokaw began in 1983, fighting has been fierce. Today the competition is extremely close and the infighting between networks is often brutal. As one ex-president of CBS News said, "It's trench warfare. There's everything out there but mustard gas". Anchors profiles in depth this trio of larger-than-life newsmen--"living logos of the networks". 8 pages of photographs.
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