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  Barbara Walters Relationships
Barbara Walters may have done extensive traveling in her early years, or in some way had a background which enables her to understand and identify with many different types of people or cultures.
Barbara Walters tends to withhold and clamp down on many of her feelings and her needs for nurturing and security, perhaps feeling they are unacceptable or will never be satisfied.
Barbara Walters tends to think a lot about art and beauty as well as matters of love relationships and is content with the way things are in her life.
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 Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and attended Sarah Lawrence College.
Walters was chosen to participate in a producer's training program, and later worked for WPIX as a producer of women's programming.
Walters has been awarded a number of Emmys, and was honored by a career retrospective at the Museum of Broadcasting in 1988.
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 Barbara Walters Relationships: Her General Characteristics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Barbara Walters has a great capacity to relate to, appreciate and understand different people and points of view, and she tends to be quite liberal in her attitudes.
Barbara Walters is not always interested in the practicalities and compromises required to make her dreams a reality.
Walters may also find that she craves fluids or the desire to live near bodies of water as a means to acquire balance.
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 Barbara Walters @ Brooks International Speakers Bureau
Barbara Walters' ground-breaking exclusive interviews with world figures and her enterprising reporting have made her one of the most highly acclaimed journalists on television.
Barbara Walters Present Six To Watch, another innovative annual broadcast, spotlights young people from a variety of backgrounds who are on the verge of major achievements in their respective careers.
Walters is co-host and co-executive producer of the ABC Daytime program, The View, a fresh and lively one-hour daily broadcast hosted by a team of four women of different ages and backgrounds.
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 Barbara Walters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Barbara Walters was the first, one of the initial pioneers of women in media and television.
Barbara Walters was born in 1931 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Barbara Walters asks the questions that everyone is afraid to ask and she gets answers.
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 Barbara Walters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Barbara Walters was born on September 25, 1931 in Boston, Massachusetts to Louis Walters, a nightclub owner and theatrical producer and his wife Dena.
Barbara graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York, with a B.A. She planned to be a teacher but she changed her mind and decided to make a career as a reporter.
Barbara Walters is famous for her tough questions during interviews and for getting the interviews that every other reporter wants.
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 Barbara Walters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Walters was first known as a popular TV morning news anchor for over 10 years on NBC's Today, where she worked with Hugh Downs and later Frank McGee, and then Jim Hartz.
Walters' mother was Boston-born Dena Seletsky, the daughter of Polish Jewish immigrants.
Walters' third husband was Merv Adelson, the CEO of Lorimar Television, whom she married in 1986 and divorced in 1992.
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 Barbara Walters - MSN Encarta
Barbara Walters, born in 1931, American television-broadcast journalist, known for her ability to arrange interviews with a variety of public figures and for her skill in asking frank questions and obtaining candid answers.
In 1961 Walters became a writer and reporter for the NBC television show “Today”; she was a regular panel member on the show from 1963 to 1974, when she became cohost.
In 1975 Walters was named broadcaster of the year by the International Radio and TV Society.
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 ABC.com: The View Bios   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Walters left the show to begin a new phase in her career at the network.
Walters is the recipient of honorary doctoral degrees from Sarah Lawrence, her alma mater, as well as Ohio State University, Temple University, Marymount College, Wheaton College, Hofstra University and Ben-Gurion University in Jerusalem.
Walters is the daughter of the famed entertainment impresario Lou Walters and has one daughter.
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 Walters, Barbara
Although Barbara Walters would later downplay her relationship with the feminist movement, her early career is marked by a number of moves that were in part responsible for breaking down the all-male facade of U.S. network news.
Walters began her career in broadcast journalism as a writer for CBS News.
According to Walters, she was not allowed to write for the male correspondents or to ask questions in "male-dominated" areas such as economics or politics, and she was forbidden to interview guests on-camera until all of the men on Today had finished asking questions.
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 Barbara Walters Summary
The View is advertised by Walters as "Four women, lots of opinions, and me—Barbara Walters." Though one suspects that Walters's separation of herself from the "four women" is not accidental, on The View she is looser and more relaxed—called "B.W." by her colleagues and allowing herself to be teased and, occasionally, put on the spot.
Barbara Walters will be remembered for many "firsts" and "onlys." Her critics blame her for bringing too much entertainment into the news, but, for better or worse, she has been pivotal in creating the face of television news in the 1990s, a blend of fact, entertainment, and personality.
Walters later became a veteran 20 year co-host of ABC News Magazine 20/20, again paired with Downs in a partnership that had good on air chemistry, and she excelled in interviews of newsmakers.
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 CNN.com - Barbara Walters leaving '20/20' - Jan. 26, 2004
Walters told The New York Times that she's become uncomfortable with the pressure to find interview subjects appealing to young people who are less interested in news.
Walters was upset in 2001 when ABC network executives moved "20/20" from its usual Friday perch to Wednesdays, a change that proved short-lived.
Walters was co-host of NBC's "Today" show for 13 years before joining ABC News in 1976, where she was the first woman to anchor a network evening newscast.
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 Barbara Walters - TV   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Barbara Walters is daughter to Dena Seletsky, and the Late Louis Edward Walters who dedicated his career to entertainment Walters graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, and wrote for NBC’s “The Today Show”.
Walter’s work is best described as “personality journalism.” She has intereviewed many political figures inlcuding Cuba’s Fidel Castro, Egypt’s Anwar Sadat, Israel’s Menachem Begin, Russia's Boris Yeltsin, China's Jiang Zemin, the UK's Margaret Thatcher, Indira Gandhi, and the “King Of Pop” Micheal Jackson.
Walters has opened the doors for women journalists by earning important co-anchor and anchor positions during her carreer with NBC and ABC.
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 Barbara Walters Biography (TV Personality) — Infoplease.com
The View, Barbara Walters is a veteran broadcaster known especially for her interviews with world leaders and A-list celebrities.
Although her stint as a news co-anchor was a flop, Walters became one of the most high-profile women in television broadcasting, a pioneer in a field dominated by men.
The Barbara Walters Specials, in which she interviewed personalities from politics and entertainment, including: Menachem Begin and Anwar Sadat; Monica Lewinsky; Fidel Castro; Demi Moore; George Clooney; and the Dalai Lama.
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 Biographies The View Barbara Walters,Joy Behar, Meredith Vieira, Star Jones ,Debbie Matenopoulos,Lucy Lui and Lisa Ling
The Barbara Walters Specials are continuously the top-rated specials of the year and have included such legends as Sir Laurence Olivier, Bing Crosby, John Wayne, Bette Davis and Audrey Hepburn.
Walters and The View co-hosts were awarded the Safe Horizon Champion Award for their continued efforts of raising awareness of issues of importance to girls and women and for serving as confident, compassionate role models dedicated to excellence of the battle against violence and victimization.
Walters is the recipient of honorary doctoral degrees from Ohio State University, Temple University, Marymount College, Wheaton College, Hofstra University, and Ben-Gurion University in Jerusalem.
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 Speakers Platform Speakers Bureau: Barbara Walters, Speaker On: Current Events, Journalism, Women's Issues
Over the years, Walters has received national recognition for her work and has been the recipient of numerous prestigious awards.
Walters’ numerous and timely interviews — which appear regularly on the weekly newsmagazine 20/20, The Barbara Walters Specials and, most recently, her ABC Daytime program The View — read like a Who’s Who of newsmakers.
Walters joined ABC News in 1976 as the first woman to co-host the network news.
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 Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters has become a television superstar through her state of the arts form of questioning of celebrities and journalistic instinct.
She was born on September 25, 1931, in Boston, Massachusetts, to Dena and Lou Walters, who was the owner of New York City's famous nightclub, The Latin Quarter.
Barbara Walters is a television superstar who broke through the male dominated news broadcasting.
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 The Barbara Walters Special   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Barbara really underscored her role as a fad and trend-monger for ABC and these specials being thinly-veiled publicity stunts for whoever is the current hot celebrity, when she had to interview Mr.
Barbara probably hopped the Harley over the shark some time ago and to be honest I haven't watched her puff pieces in some time.
Barbara Walters has no business to even remotely CLAIM to be a respectable journalist doing "hard news" on 20/20 with piffle like this under her belt.
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 Barbara Walters St. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
In her yearbook from Sarah Lawrence College, Walters is pictured in a cartoon as an ostrich with its head stuck in the sand, but she was forced to face the world early.
When Walters went to work as the first woman to anchor the evening news, she encountered ridicule, dismissive attitudes, and outright hostility.
The View is advertised by Walters as "Four women, lots of opinions, and me--Barbara Walters." Though one suspects that Walters's separation of herself from the "four women" is not accidental, on The View she is looser and more relaxed--called "B.W." by her colleagues and allowing herself to be teased and, occasionally, put on the spot.
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 Callisto: The Barbara Walters Interview
BARBARA WALTERS: Of all the characters in the time of ancient gods, perhaps none has provoked such heated controversy as Callisto.
BARBARA: Xena, at that time, was a fierce warlord, and her raid of Sirrah resulted in the death of most of the villagers - including Callisto's family.
BARBARA: Though scheduled to endure torture on a daily basis, Hades, God of the Underworld, granted Callisto a special dispensation from her usual regime so she could do this interview.
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 Home Page for Jim English
Walters: We're continuing our discussion on so - called smart drugs or smart drinks with a man who sells them and takes them, with a psychiatrist and with a doctor who is head of the Alzheimer's unit at NIMH.
And I think that's the important part, that people need to know that if they are going to take something in our research center, that it is to validate the efficacy of the substance, and we're not promoting that it actually does have beneficial effects.
Walters: Sunday, on This Week with David Brinkley, the economy, unemployment and the '92 election.
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 Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters began her career as a receptionist in an ad agency, then became a newswriter for a series of local stations, eventually working as a gopher and occasional writer for CBS News.
And this became Walters' legacy -- her uncanny knack for extracting sometimes chatty, often revealing, occasionally embarrassing comments from the rich and powerful.
Walters was also co-host of 20/20, again opposite Downs, from 1984-99, and after his retirement she hosted the program either solo or with other sidekicks from 1999-2004.
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 'View' Divas React To Star Jones' Exit, Barbara Walters Says She Feels 'Betrayed' By Surprise Announcement - CBS News
Creator Barbara Walters said she was "betrayed" by Star Jones Reynolds' surprise on-air announcement of her exit from the daytime talk show Tuesday.
Still, Walters said she was taken by complete surprise when Reynolds announced her departure after the first commercial break on Tuesday.
Walters said ABC network chiefs had decided last fall not to renew Reynolds' contract because its research showed that Reynolds' dramatic weight loss and 2004 wedding to banker Al Reynolds had turned off viewers.
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 Barbara Walters on heaven -- Beliefnet.com
Barbara Walters explains what heaven means in different religions, whether she'll go to heaven or not, and what happens there.
Television journalist Barbara Walters admits she had no religious training and doesn't practice any religion.
Walters recently spoke with Beliefnet about what she learned about heaven and her own views of the afterlife.
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 Barbara Walters Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Drawing the highest pay in the history of television broadcasting at the time, Barbara Walters (born 1931) became the first woman co-anchor of a network evening newscast.
Barbara Walters was born to Dena (Selett) and Lou Walters.
Walters has had a reputation for often being the first to interview world leaders.
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 Barbara Walters News
Barbara Walters is celebrating three decades of primetime interviews with a lighthearted, poignant -- and often hysterical -- two-part program, "The Barbara Walters Special: 30 Mistakes in 30 Years." Walters...
Barbara Walters recalls some of the boo-boos she has made over the last 30 years in an ABC special at 10 tonight and tomorrow night.
Prize catch Terri Irwin spoke with Barbara Walters during pricey '20/20.' Barbara Walters landed a big get last week with her exclusive "20/20" interview of croc hunter Steve Irwin's widow.
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