The famous American broadcaster Barbara Walters dies at the age of 93

The famous American broadcaster has passed away Barbara WaltersInterviewing leaders and leaders, and the first TV star in the United States at the age of 93, after a busy career that spanned decades and was characterized by its continuity and diversity.

channel was cut off ABC News The American, who witnessed Walters’ march, broadcast it to announce the death of the famous broadcaster on Friday evening.

Announcer Cindy Berger said in a statement that Walters lived her life without regret, as she was a pioneer not only for female journalists but for all women, adding that Walters died peacefully in her home in New York.

“Barbara was a true legend and a pioneer not only for women in journalism but for journalism itself,” said Bob Iger, CEO of The Walt Disney Company, which owns ABC.

And the American Associated Press reported over the four decades it spent in ABC And kissed it in a channel NBCWaltzer conducted exclusive interviews with rulers, royal personalities, and artists, which made her famous among their ranks, and this put her at the forefront of the trend that made television stars stars.

Walters made headlines in 1976 when she was the first female news anchor with an unprecedented $1 million annual salary, and her drive was legendary as she competed not only with rival networks, but also with colleagues in her own network.

Walters interviewed many presidents, including President Anwar Sadat, the late Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi, Russian President Bashar al-Assad and Russian President Vladimir Putin, as the first American broadcaster to do so, the late Palestinian President Yasser Arafat and the late Cuban President Fidel Castro.

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