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 James Goldston - “The key is retaining the essential DNA of the show. Nightline is a beacon for smart, intelligent journalism and must remain so,”
 James Goldston - “I'm absolutely committed to 'Nightline' remaining a serious, substantive show, ... 'Nightline' has a unique place in American television journalism and it's important that should continue. Of course, we wish it to be an entertaining show, but the journalism comes first always.”
 James Goldston - “I'm absolutely committed to 'Nightline' remaining a serious, substantive show. 'Nightline' has a unique place in American television journalism and it's important that should continue. Of course, we wish it to be an entertaining show, but the journalism comes first always.”
 James Goldston - “All three of them have an incisive and distinctive edge to their journalism.”
 James Goldston - “all about context and bringing light where there is otherwise heat.”
 James Goldston - “At 1130 at night, there is probably no more exciting place in the world than Times Square.”
 James Goldston - “Ted Koppel is a unique voice in American journalism. There's no point in trying to replace him as an individual. It's incumbent upon us to find a slightly different approach.”
 James Goldston - “The idea that we will be destroying something that was great is just wrong, ... The goal is to retain that and built on it.”
 James Goldston - “We're up against an ocean of entertainment shows, and we've got one of the most famous (news brand) names in TV. That, to me, is not a failing situation.”
 James Goldston - “Even as human rights norms have steadily evolved over the past half-century, the field of citizenship has remained one of the last bastions of untrammeled state sovereignty. As a result, citizenship creates a giant loophole in the international human rights framework.”
 James Goldston - “Even as human rights norms have steadily evolved over the past half-century, the field of citizenship has remained one of the last bastions of untrammeled state sovereignty. As a result, citizenship creates a giant loophole in the international human rights framework,”
 James Goldston - “Viewers will see a profound change in the look of the show. But in terms of the types of stories we do, that won't change. We'll still have a commitment to international news.”
 James Goldston - “It is a show with a rich and vibrant heritage, and I'm very much looking forward to working with everyone at Nightline' to maintain and enhance its reputation in the years ahead,”