Journalist Barbara Walters aarrives for "A Celebration of Barbara Walters Cocktail Reception" in New York May 14, 2014. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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American television icon Barbara Walters will bring the curtain down on her glittering broadcasting career on Friday, signing off after more than five decades spent interviewing everyone from Fidel Castro to Kim Kardashian.Walters, 84, famed for political and celebrity interviews during a 53-year career which blazed a trail for women journalists, will leave US screens when she co-hosts her chat show "The View" on the ABC network for the last time.Walters was beaten to that scoop, but instead had to settle for interviews with Sterling's estranged wife and his girlfriend V. Stiviano.The key to a good interview, according to Walters, is simple.Walters said she wanted to be remembered for her role in opening doors for women.
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