April 8th, 2012
02:04 PM ET

Bill Plante on Mike Wallace, Morning's Celebrity Shootout

CBS News correspondent Bill Plante shares his memories of Mike Wallace with Howard Kurtz. Also, David Zurawik, Marisa Guthrie and Sharon Waxman discuss Katie Couric on ABC's Good Morning America and her face-off with Sarah Palin on the Today show.

Filed under: ABC • Katie Couric • Media • NBC • Reliable Sources • Sarah Palin
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