What did Walter Cronkite use as his sign off line for the CBS evening news?

What did Walter Cronkite use as his sign off line for the CBS evening news? [su_ad]
– “Good night, and good luck.”
– “And that’s a part of our world.”
– “Good night, and good news.”
– “And that’s the way it is.”
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Answer: Walter Cronkite, was the legendary CBS Evening News anchor known as “the most trusted man in America.” Cronkite never intended for this sign-off to become his signature line repeated nightly for decades. When he began anchoring the news in 1962, he’d planned to end each broadcast with a human interest story, followed by a brief off-the-cuff commentary or final thought. But producers told him there wouldn’t be enough time to do all that, so he quickly came up with “And that’s the way it is.” Years later, he still thought it sounded “too authoritative.”

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“And that’s the way it is.”