Replacing Russert a Tall Order

Jun 16, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Finding a way to fill all the jobs left vacant by the sudden death of Tim Russert is likely to prove a daunting challenge for NBC, the New York Times says. In addition to moderating “Meet the Press,” Mr. Russert was chief of NBC News’ Washington Bureau, and its most prominent political analyst. “What someone will need to do is find the next way to do ‘Meet the Press’ and provide political analysis,” NBC Universal president and CEO Jeff Zucker told the paper. “Anyone who thinks they can replace Tim Russert is kidding themselves.”


  1. I loved Tim. He sorted things out so everyone
    could understand and didn’t let three people
    talk at the same time.

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