By FactsWow Team
Posted on: 02 Jan, 2023
In exclusive statements released following Walters' passing on Friday, various ABC daytime talk show hosts paid tribute to her.
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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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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The next generation of journalists will carry on Walters' legacy, says fellow The View co-host, Alyssa Farah Griffin.
Credits: The Hollywood Reporter
'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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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.'
Similarly, Sunny Hostin, who co-hosted the talk show in 2016, says the legendary TV personality taught her more than you could ever imagine.
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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As well as Hasselbeck's memories of working alongside Walters, Elisabeth Hasselbeck shared her memories of hosting The View from 2003 to 2013.
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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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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