Keith Morrison appears after an interview in New York to promote his NBC series, "Dateline," Aug. 23.
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"Dateline" correspondent Keith Morrison has spoken to countless murder suspects and grieving family members over the years, but he says he never had an appetite for covering crime.Michelson is especially pleased when she learns Morrison is assigned a story.There are "Dateline" socks for sale and even free voicemails available for download on Sound Cloud featuring Morrison and fellow correspondent Josh Mankiewicz.Morrison, Mankiewicz, Andrea Canning and Dennis Murphy are all so popular, this year they were an attraction at CrimeCon, an annual convention for fans of true crime.Working on "Dateline" also allows Morrison to explore long-form journalism.
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