CBS was duty-bound to pay tribute to Frank Stanton, one of its founding fathers: "He helped shape network television as we know it today." Dr Stanton--"because of his PhD in psychology," Mitchell reminded us--the 25-year president of the network, died at age 98. He scheduled the first regular nightly newscast, organized the first Presidential debate and created the first Sunday morning talkshow, Face the Nation.
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