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He graduated from Westtown School in 1957 and from Carleton College in 1961
In the 1970s, Utley frequently hosted newsmagazine-style programs for NBC News
Utley served as weekend anchor during much of the 1970s, and frequently substituted for John Chancellor during that decade and for Tom Brokaw in the 1980s on "NBC Nightly News"
In the UK he covered the February 1974 British General Election, and appeared on the BBC election night program
In the US, from January 1989 to December 1991, he moderated NBC's long-running public affairs discussion program "Meet the Press," while simultaneously hosting the newly-debuted Sunday version of the "Today Show
- From 1989-1993, Couric filled in for Maria Shriver on the Sunday Edition of "NBC Nightly News" and for Garrick Utley on the Saturday Edition of "NBC Nightly News
In 1992, Utley issued a controversial commentary essay at the close of a weekend newscast, expressing a view that then-President George H.W. Bush should forgo reelection in the interest of the country
He co-anchored CNN's coverage of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 during the early morning hours of September 12, 2001