Throughout last year, Ted Koppel, anchor of ABC’s "Nightline," kept a diary. He recorded his thoughts on the news events he was covering, from the impeachment trial to the war in Kosovo, as well as his reflections on his career so far, and the future of his chosen profession. He shares his personal view of 1999 in his new book.


  • Ted Koppel managing editor, Discovery Channel and senior news analyst, NPR

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