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In Interview, Katie Couric Says, ‘When I came to CBS [to anchor the evening news] people said I lacked gravitas.’ Then Couric Gives Her Jaw-Dropping [And Funny] Definition of ‘Gravitas’

Mar 30, 2015  •  Post A Comment

Katie Couric, in an interview in the current Time magazine:

Time: What makes a good anchor?

Couric: Someone who’s experienced and who has credibility. When I came to CBS, people said I lacked gravitas, which was frankly an unfair assessment. I had probably done more interviews than most of the sitting anchors, and certainly my share of hard-hitting ones. I always said gravitas was Latin for ‘testicles.'”


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  1. Um, Katie has been saying this for years. NOT new.

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