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The View Co-hosts pays tribute to ‘Queen of Television' late Barbara Walters

By FactsWow Team

Posted on: 02 Jan, 2023

Hosts of the daytime talk show saluted

In exclusive statements released following Walters' passing on Friday, various ABC daytime talk show hosts paid tribute to her.

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An industry titan

She describes the late journalist as a titan of the industry. Ana Navarro joined The View in August as a full-time reporter.

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Network's first evening anchor

A legend was Barbara Walters, not only because she was the first female network evening anchor but because she made it possible for many others.

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Reporters of the future

The next generation of journalists will carry on Walters' legacy, says fellow The View co-host, Alyssa Farah Griffin.

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Explicating difficult

'It's hard to express how important Barbara Walters is to many of us. She paved the way for women like me to sit at the table today.

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Careers of inspiration

As a result of breaking the glass ceiling, her legacy will live on through the doors she opened and the inspirational careers she made possible.'

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Served as co-host

Similarly, Sunny Hostin, who co-hosted the talk show in 2016, says the legendary TV personality taught her more than you could ever imagine.

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Achieving better results

In addition to improving my skills, she also taught me that guests should be treated as guests in your home at dinnertime.

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Recollections of the past

As well as Hasselbeck's memories of working alongside Walters, Elisabeth Hasselbeck shared her memories of hosting The View from 2003 to 2013.

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Social media was used

The View co-hosts and other women who have contributed to The View throughout the years also took to social media to pay tribute to the late journalist.

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No regrets in life

In her statement, Berger said: 'She lived her life without regrets. She was a trailblazer not only for female journalists, but for women of all ages.'

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