Byron Pitts Discusses 'Be The One' Book on The View
Emmy-winning 'Nightline' co-anchor Byron Pitts is sharing how six incredible teens triumphed over tragedies from war to addiction to abuse by finding the strength to become their own heroes in 'Be The One.' In the new book, Pitts writes about a group of teens that opened his eyes to a new reality. The journalist opens up to the co-hosts about growing up in Baltimore. Pitts didn't know how to read until he was 13 years old, spoke with a stutter and overcame that to work in television. Watch The View WEEKDAYS at 11e|10c|p.
TV-14 | 05.18.17 | 03:59 | CC