CBS: Scott Pelley replacing Katie Couric on ‘Evening News’

Washington Post - He was inducted into the Texas Tech University alumni Hall of Fame and serves on the board of the university’s School of Mass Communications. Prior to his time at CBS News, Pelley was a producer/reporter for WFAA-TV Dallas/Fort Worth (1982-89), KXAS-TV Dallas/Fort Worth (1978-81) and KSEL-TV Lubbock, Texas (1975-78). He began his journalism career at the age of 15 as a copyboy at the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal newspaper. Scott Pelley was born in San Antonio, Texas, and attended journalism school at Texas Tech University.

CBS made it official Tuesday: longtime “60 Minutes” correspondent Scott Pelley is replacing Katie Couric as its “Evening News” anchor on June 6.

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He was inducted into the Texas Tech University alumni Hall of Fame and serves on the board of the university’s School of Mass Communications.

Prior to his time at CBS News, Pelley was a producer/reporter for WFAA-TV Dallas/Fort Worth (1982-89), KXAS-TV Dallas/Fort Worth (1978-81) and KSEL-TV Lubbock, Texas (1975-78). He began his journalism career at the age of 15 as a copyboy at the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal newspaper.

Scott Pelley was born in San Antonio, Texas, and attended journalism school at Texas Tech University.

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