Veteran sportscaster Len Berman stopped by to promote his new book, 'The 25 Best Baseball Players of All Time,' and lamented recent broadcasting trends: "The feeling is people don't watch news. The young people, you know, they don't watch news." Len said his old show, 'Live at 5,' would sometimes snag a double digit ratings-share: "Now you don't get double digit ratings if you add all the stations [news broadcasts] together." Len insisted there was still a future in sportscasting outside ESPN's jokey style: "I still think there's a place for a sportscast and a sportscaster if you say something." Len said he came to sportscasting not because he loved sports, but stories, editing and production: "I enjoyed putting videotape together." When he committed to becoming a broadcaster, his father knew it was a risky choice, telling him: "There's only one Walter Cronkite."