Nightline: History in the Making
Mr. Koppel talked about his new book, Nightline: History in the Making and the Making of Television, published by Times Book and co-authored by Kyle Gibson. He answered Mr. Greenfield’s questions about the beginnings of “Nightline,” his late night television talk show, and shared stories from memorable programs over the years. close
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