The New Yorker on Couric: “A Very Expensive Band-Aid That Failed to Stop The Bleeding”

By Chris Ariens 

From the Morning Newsfeed:

The monocle of The New Yorker is focused on CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric:

Couric’s interpretation of the role of anchor led her to repress the qualities that drew people to her in the first place, and she often comes across as hollow and robotic…She is essentially wasted in this job, as it has been defined by her and by [CBS Corp. CEO Les] Moonves…Couric is far from being the most important part of the story; her time at CBS will be, luckily for her, just a footnote to history, a very expensive Band-Aid that failed to stop the bleeding.

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