July 13th, 2014
12:30 PM ET

The TV news “arms race”

Cleavage, bare arms and short skirts: Kiran Chetry and Judy Woodruff on how and why female news anchors’ outfits have changed over the years.

· Related: The Huffington Post: This is the kind of BS women in television have to deal with, part 2

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  2. Eric

    Have not seen Kiran for quite a while now.. Fox should pick her back up. She'd only add to the program..

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  4. Vern

    Reblogged this on Vern's Views and commented:
    I've noticed this over the past years. Kiran Chetry probably has more stories about working at Fox News than she was willing to share. I'm not going to deny that I do "check out" female anchors. I don't give the words the say any more or less weight. I've had a crush on Ashley Banfield that awkwardly began when I watched her coverage during the 9/11 attacks.

    July 13, 2014 at 3:49 pm | Reply

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