Katie Couric banned from promoting her toxic memoir on her ex-CBS network

Former CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric will not be returning to her old lands to promote her controversial new book.

The former host of the network’s main newscast gave her interview to CBS This Morning AnchorGayle King after the network’s brass read the heartwarming clips of Going There, which were First revealed by DailyMail.com.

Sixth page She stated that the interview was crushed after reading Couric’s pages of Shattering the Retina Eye, where she worked from 2006 to 2011.

Going There will be published in late October by Little, Brown and Company

DailyMail.com read the manuscript of Katie Couric's book

DailyMail.com read the manuscript for Katie Couric’s book Going There, which will be released in late October and will be accompanied by a book tour of 11 cities

The book sparked outrage among people who viewed the manuscript, with one saying it ‘should be called Burning Bridges by Katie Couric because it reads literally as Kitty Kelly wrote it about Katie’, referring to the famous celebrity biographer.

Couric’s last big party was with Yahoo which ended in 2017. Another person said that after this book she would “never get a job on any TV network or TV channel again because she attacks everyone”.

They said, “She will be stuck with her newsletter and Instagram stories for the rest of her working life even though the book emits her desperation to return to the television network hosting her own show.”

Going There tells Couric’s personal story including a touching chapter on the death of her father, whose turn to PR from journalism to earn a steady income for his young family inspired Couric to work as a reporter.

But as the book progresses, the narrative is sidelined by side-wraps on the people Couric feels have offended her.

The book sparked outrage among the people who read it, and one of them said that he

The book sparked outrage among the people who read it with one saying that it “should be called Katie Couric for Burning Bridges”. One critic said she would “never get a job on any TV network or cable channel again because she attacks everyone”

Couric's book is over 500 pages long as she cries at her former NBC and CBS castmates.  She was photographed in 1992 with her TODAY Show castmates.  From left to right: Jane Chalet, Bryant Gumble, Deborah Norville.  Barbara Walters, Hugh Downs, Jane Polly, Katie Couric, Willard Scott, Tom Brokaw

Couric’s book is over 500 pages long as she cries at her former NBC and CBS castmates. She was photographed in 1992 with her TODAY Show castmates. From left to right: Jane Chalet, Bryant Gumble, Deborah Norville. Barbara Walters, Hugh Downs, Jane Polly, Katie Couric, Willard Scott, Tom Brokaw

Former Today Show host Katie Couric admitted that she

Former Today Show host Katie Couric admits she “heard the whispers” about Matt Lauer’s inappropriate office behavior in her new book.

After leaving TODAY, Couric joined CBS to host the Evening News and do 60-minute specials with a salary of $15 million per year, making her the highest-paid journalist in the world.

It was a disastrous move and Couric describes how employees felt it was an “existential threat” to their existence.

Couric admits to making a number of ‘non-coercive mistakes’ such as giving her office a magical makeover which was far from bad culture at CBS.

When CBS executives began speaking out against her publicly and privately, Couric wrote that she suffered from “internal sabotage.”

Couric claims she was in an “unwinnable” situation and her team thought we would be welcomed as editors; Instead we got a mutiny.

Things got so bad that Couric felt “trapped, defensive, misunderstood. I guess you could say I was feeling like Hillary Clinton.”

In 2011, Couric left CBS feeling she “never really belongs here” because “the body rejected the organ early.”

She revealed that when her gig on “CBS Evening News” started going to the toilet due to low ratings, then-CBS president Moonves tried to take her to the morning show.

Couric describes how Moonves told her, “We’ve been thinking about you and what you’re good at. The evening news doesn’t really give you a place to showcase your talent. Oh boy, here he comes…”Are you interested in going to the morning show?” he said. at that, and they could really use your help.”

But she says she responded, “Definitely not… I didn’t leave the morning show. I helped get first place so I could go to the morning show which is third.”

“I’ve always liked Les Moonves, even though he’s been talkative and smelly,” Couric added in her book about Moonves — who was fired without termination in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations in 2018.

In her access book to CBS, she added, “At an affiliate meeting, Les would reveal smugly how he finally made me say yes: ‘We drank several expensive bottles of wine on the couch in my apartment…Don’t worry, my wife was in the room” Neighboring. Hardy-Haar, Les.”

Over 500 pages, Couric rips at her ex-boyfriends, former NBC and CBS castmates, and makes fun of a list of celebrities among them. Prince Harry.

in a go thereCouric admits she gave Ashley Banfield the cold shoulder early on in her career because helping her would have been “self-sabotage.”

She was torn apart by Deborah Norville, who replaced her on the TODAY Show, for having the ‘unrelenting perfection’ that turned off the morning show’s viewers.

Couric's Deborah Norville, who replaced her on the TODAY Show, is cracked by the 'relentless perfection' that has turned the morning show's viewers off.  The hosts were filmed in 1990

Couric’s Deborah Norville, who replaced her on the TODAY Show, is cracked by the ‘relentless perfection’ that has turned the morning show’s viewers off. The hosts were filmed in 1990

Among the celebrities that Couric has snapped of is Prince Harry.  I remembered that the smell of cigarettes and alcohol sounded like

Among the celebrities that Couric has snapped of is Prince Harry. I remembered that the smell of cigarettes and alcohol seemed to “exude from every pore” in his body

Couric is quite candid about her love life and says her ex-boyfriend Brooks Berlin, who was 17 years her junior, had a “midlife crisis” while TV producer Tom Werner was a “textbook narcissist.”

Couric decries Martha Stewart, saying that it takes “some healthy humility (prison will do that…) to develop a sense of humor.”

The royal family even ended up in Couric’s eyes describing how Prince Harry puffed on cigarettes and alcohol when they met, and how Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein had a strange dinner at his New York mansion.

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