Recently Charlie Gibson, known to many of us as the longtime anchor of ABC's World News Tonight, announced that he will be stepping down in January from full-time employment at ABC, although he will continue to contribute occasionally to various ABC News' webcasts. We will miss his dedication and professionalism. There's no doubt that he will leave a lasting legacy with ABC and journalism in general. Good luck Charlie!
I'm not happy with that. I don't know if it's choice (which is, of course, his business); or if it's ABC's choice (in which case I think they'll be sorry). I think it will drive me to watch Brian Williams after years of watching ABC.