Ex-CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric, now with ABC, gave Sunday's commencement address at her alma mater, the University of Virginia. When it came to her time at CBS News, Couric cast herself as a "mistreated" "trailblazer," who got "burned" by critics.
Couric suggested her critics were motivated by sexism: "In those first few months at CBS, TV critics wrote about my clothes, my hair, my make-up, even the way I held my hands.
As TVNewser noted recently, this past weekend was a big one for college graduations, and with it, commencement speeches. At the University of Virginia, former NBC News and CBS news anchor Katie Couric was the speaker. The Daily Prog... Read Post
The University of Virgina announced today that Katie Couric will be the 2012 commencement speaker. A 1979 graduate of UVA, Couric will deliver the address at the University’s 183rd Final Exercises on May 20. New Career Opportunities... Read Post
Two years ago, Katie Couric delivered the commencement address at her alma mater, the University of Virginia. NewsBusters senior editor Rich Noyes noted at the time that Couric used the occasion to complain about her many critics fr... Read Post