“Super Nosy & Curious” – Why Katie Couric Was Born For A Career In Journalism

9401
Published on October 27, 2021

Broadcasting legend Katie Couric, author of the new book “Going There”, was probably destined to become a journalist after spending her childhood idolizing Jane Pauley, writing and indulging her curious nature. Stick around for parts two and three of Katie’s chat with Stephen Colbert.

Category Tag

11 comments

  • laalaa99stl 1 year ago

    6:30 Stephen’s reaction to Katie declaring his obsolescence: chef’s kiss

    Reply
  • alohadave13 1 year ago

    For the record, I love her. She’s a great reporter… [have at it trolls…]

    Reply
  • Mark F 1 year ago

    Put! Numbers! On! Multiple! Video! Segments! Children shouldn’t be better at this than media industry professionals.

    Reply
  • Joe Hodgson 1 year ago

    A woman completely unafflicted by modesty

    Reply
  • jackie blue 1 year ago

    I dont believe observant & nosey Katie didnt know a thing about Matt Lauer miss me with that bs

    Reply
  • Therese Nydahl 1 year ago

    This interview in full is a really good one and way better than “The View” did with Katie Couric. Let’s just say Sunny did a lousy job🙄

    Reply
  • Jorge of Albion 1 year ago

    Number your three part segments, how hard is that?!

    Reply
  • Phyllis Seidl 1 year ago

    Ya, I may be biased (well yea I am)…but listening to the ‘left’ is so sobering, sooo, dare I say normal. Man, compare that to batshit crazy ‘right’. I wonder if they watch Fox they feel the same? Yea. most likely.

    Reply
  • Koral Davis 1 year ago

    The queen and goddess of news media

    Reply
  • Berk Ç. 1 year ago

    This section needs secretariat

    Reply
  • Lemont D'Ettinge 1 year ago

    Why put it all out there, Katie? – Stephen, have you heard of money?

    Reply

Add your comment

Your email address will not be published.