Template talk:Nightline anchors

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Why is the name Frank Reynolds missing?[edit]

The article Ted Koppel (at least this version of that article) does list, near the bottom, under "Nightline anchor", several names:

Preceded by
Frank Reynolds
Nightline anchor
March 24, 1980 – November 22, 2005
Succeeded by
Terry Moran, Cynthia McFadden, and Martin Bashir

including -- as you can see -- "prev=Frank Reynolds". So, if Frank Reynolds was Koppel's predecessor (the Nightline anchor who "preceded" Koppel), then shouldn't Frank Reynolds be included -- (under "Former anchors") -- in the "Template:Nightline Anchors" template? viz.:

If there is a good reason why it is "not" included there, at this time, then please forgive my ignorance, and humor me, and just tell me the answer. Otherwise, I have half a mind to just be bold, and edit this template. (any other misc. advice, ...umm, "might" be welcome, too. "Go for it" -- if appropriate.) --Mike Schwartz (talk) 03:04, 27 July 2011 (UTC)

Resolved
I went ahead and added it. You can still "notify" me if you think that's wrong, but please do not "revert" that edit without notifying me first -- (unless it is some emergency! :-). CU! --Mike Schwartz (talk) 00:21, 29 July 2011 (UTC)