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Audition: A Memoir

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Country  United States
Pages  624
Originally published  May 6, 2008
Publisher  Alfred A. Knopf
Media type  Print (Hardcover)
Role  Book by Barbara Walters
Page count  624

Publication date  May 6, 2008
Name  Audition: Memoir
Genre  Memoir
Language  English
ISBN  978-0-307-26646-0
Author  Barbara Walters
OCLC  176951785

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A Walk Through Walters - Audition: A Memoir by Barbara Walters


Audition: A Memoir is a 2008 autobiography by American journalist and television personality Barbara Walters. The book was published on May 6, 2008 by Knopf. Audition provides a relatively full autobiography of Walters, spanning from her childhood to recent interviews. Walters discusses her work and personal life, confessing to an affair with Senator Edward W. Brooke and describing her relationship with Alan Greenspan.

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The release of Audition was covered by major media outlets. Walters went on a promotional tour talking about the book, including an hour on The Oprah Winfrey Show and an interview with The New York Times. ABC broadcast an hour-long special hosted by Charlie Gibson on May 7, 2008 to celebrate the book's release. The special, called Audition: Barbara Walters’ Journey, attracted 7.4 million viewers.

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