Carl Kasell spent 30 years delivering newscasts every hour in the morning for NPR. But it's his role as the official judge and scorekeeper on the quiz show Wait, Wait… Don't Tell Me! that made him a public radio icon.
In The Wall Street Journal, Wait, Wait Host Peter Sagal called Kasell the world's greatest straight man.
But now that he's retired from newscasting, how does he keep up with the news?