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Remembering CBS News' Christopher Glenn

Yes, not related to anything, but CBS News announced yesterday that Christopher Glenn had died. Glenn was one of my first experiences with news. He would anchor a program, "In the news," which would run on Saturday morning kids programming and I think that was my earliest germ that I would get into this business. (Ah -- Katie remembered too!) And then, he was the long time anchor of the CBS World News Round-up on CBS Radio.

On top of everything, Glenn had just a remarkable voice -- a voice that was just made for being on the radio. One couldn't help but be interested in whatever he was saying.

So... god speed Christopher.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Oct 18, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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