Barbara Walters, Pioneering Journalist and Creator of 'The View,' Dies at 93

Barbara Walters, Pioneering Journalist and Creator of ‘The View,’ Dies at 93

Barbara Walters was a pioneering journalist with a successful career spanning over 50 years.

She was the first woman to host NBC’s “Today” show and the first woman to anchor the evening news on a major network.

During her career, she interviewed many important figures, including every president since Richard Nixon, and won numerous awards, including four Emmys and a Lifetime Achievement award.

She was also the creator and co-host of the talk show “The View,” which features a diverse group of women discussing various topics.

Walters retired from her career in 2014 and lived a more private life until her death at 93.

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