Venture Behind the Screen in Going There by Katie Couric

Going There

My Review:

I loved this memoir amidst the backdrop of modern history. So many tears and lol moments… this was a joy, a walk down memory lane, and an eye-opener. When my kids were little, I was a loyal Today Show viewer and, like most who turned to NBC every morning, became a Katie Couric fan. So much was going on behind her bright eyes and in Going There she tells all.

From the meaningful relationship with her father, the devastating loss of her beloved husband, her challenges being a female in a man’s world of tv news broadcasting, to the Matt Lauer scandal, raising her daughters on her own , braving the dating world (she went out with some guys I would have never expected!) and finding love again, Katie Couric was and is more than just what we see on our tv screens. Katie shares her achievements, her grief, her regrets and her love for family amidst the backdrop of so many important memories and universal milestones in our lives in this fast paced book. I highly recommend Katie Couric’s memoir!

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Katie Couric

About the Author:

Katherine Anne “Katie” Couric is notable as an American journalist who became well-known as co-host of NBC’s Today. In 2006, she made a highly publicized move from NBC to CBS, and on September 5, 2006 she became the first solo female anchor of the weekday evening news on one of the three traditional U.S. broadcast networks. She currently serves as the anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News, having replaced Bob Schieffer on September 5, 2006. Schieffer served as the interim anchor following the departure of long time anchor and managing editor Dan Rather on March 9, 2005.

Katie Couric (@katiecouric) is an award-winning journalist, New York Times best-selling author and a co-founder of Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C). Since its launch in 2008, Stand Up To Cancer has raised more than $600 million to support cutting-edge collaborative science and its research has contributed to six new FDA approved therapies. 

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