ABC's ?World News' anchor Charles Gibson is stepping down, and the network has chosen Diane Sawyer to take his place. Newsweek media critic Joshua Alston joins The Takeaway to discuss Sawyer's new role.
With the embrace of Sarah Palin, rising popularity of Katie Couric, and the success of Rachel Maddow, all things female are en vogue. But, this seems to be something that happens every 4 years, only to be forgotten and shelved until the next election.
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