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NPR's Carl Kasell retiring from morning newscasts

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After 30 years as morning newscaster at NPR, Carl Kasell will give his final newscast tomorrow morning. At 75, his radio career spans more than 50 years, and he's been on the air with NPR since 1975. Kasell will continue as official judge and scorekeeper on NPR's Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!". He told Todd Moe that he's just changing jobs. But no more early morning newscasts.

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