After 34 Years, Gibson's Done at ABC

Anchor, 66, signs off for final time
By Newser Editors and Wire Services
Posted Dec 18, 2009 7:53 PM CST
After 34 Years, Gibson's Done at ABC
Anchor Charles Gibson makes his last "World News" broadcast tonight in New York   (AP Photo/ABC)

Charles Gibson signed off for the last time from the ABC News anchor desk tonight, bringing to a close his 34 years at the network with Friday's edition of ABC World News. Gibson, 66, called the job he's leaving "a labor of love." Since joining ABC in 1975, he served two stints as co-host of Good Morning America, was an anchor of the Primetime newsmagazine, and tackled numerous assignments as a correspondent. (More Charlie Gibson stories.)

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