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Dan Rather is surrounded by staffers at the conclusion of his final telecast as anchor of "The CBS Evening News" March 9, 2005. CBS News President Andrew Heyward is at far right (in white shirt).
Dan Rather is all smiles as he prepares to go on the air as anchor of "The CBS Evening News" March 9, 2005.
Dan Rather, ready to anchor the news, March 9, 2005.
Dan Rather consults with Jim Murphy, executive producer of "The CBS Evening News," before Rather's final telecast as anchor March 9, 2005.
Dan Rather prepares to record "The CBS Evening News Online Edition" with producer Charles Howland on March 9, 2005.
Dan Rather is applauded by staffers at the conclusion of his final broadcast as anchor of "The CBS Evening News."
Tears were shed but there was also a celebration after Dan Rather's final telecast as anchor of "The CBS Evening News."
The applause continues.
A bird's eye view.