Watch Katie Couric’s Last Sign Off From ‘CBS Evening News’

She was the first solo woman to anchor an evening news program, and now she’s the first one to give us her final sign off. While she, of course, delivered it in her normal, overly rehearsed newswoman voice, it still feels rather genuine. With a few cute quips and a sweet, unassuming sendoff, Katie Couric said goodbye to the CBS Evening News with just a few well-chosen words.

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