“For more than six decades — four of them on this broadcast — he was a kind of one-man truth squad, a man with a remarkable gift for getting to the very core of a story,” veteran CBS News correspondent Morley Safer said at the top of “60 Minutes on Sunday night.
“Face the Nation” also aired a memorial segment Sunday morning. On Monday, “CBS This Morning” co-hosts Charlie Rose and Gayle King, joined by Steve Kroft and Safer, discussed the news of Wallace’s death.
Soon after, CBS sent out an announcement saying that a special broadcast dedicated to Wallace will air on “60 Minutes” next Sunday.
Here’s the video from “CBS This Morning”: