Barbara Walters

Barbara Walters

Barbara Walters is a longtime journalist, anchor and on-air personality best known for her probing interview technique. She got her start at NBC's The Today Show in 1961 as a writer and researcher before going on to become the program's first female co-host in 1974. Two years later, she joined the ABC News family, where she co-anchored ABC Evening News and 20/20 and co-created The View in 1997. In May 2014, Walters retired from broadcasting but continues to serve as The View's executive producer.

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Photos of the Week: 6/9/2014

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Barbara Walters Chats About Retirement

Barbara Walters Chats About Retirement

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Barbara Walters Could Have Been Mrs. Clint Eastwood

Barbara Walters Could Have Been Mrs. Clint Eastwood
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