Diane Sawyer to stop anchoring ABC World News


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TV journalist Diane Sawyer will be stepping down as the anchor of the “ABC World News” nightly newscast, Reuters said June 26, quoting ABC News President James Goldston. The 68-year-old journalist has been with ABC for more than 2 decades and has been anchoring its primetime newscast for almost 5 years. Sawyer will be staying with ABC, however, in a new role, according to Reuters. Before joining ABC, Sawyer worked at CBS news and was a correspondent for “60 Minutes.” David Muir, who is ABC’s weekend anchor, will be replacing Sawyer, Reuters added.

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