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NBC anchorman Tom Brokaw talks about his South Dakota childhood and how he got his start in broadcasting. His new memoir is titled A Long Way From Home (Random House).
- Tom Brokaw Long-time anchor of the N.B.C. Nightly News (1983-2004). He has won every major journalistic award and is also the author of four best-selling books, including The Greatest Generation.
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