‘CBS Evening News’ Viewers Raise $280,000+ To Aid Military Families Facing Food Insecurity

‘CBS Evening News’ Marks 1-Year Anniversary Of DC Launch

Glitch Blacks Out ‘CBS Evening News’

The Norah O’Donnell-anchored newscast originates from Washington and a technical problem Tuesday meant the feed to stations in the East and Midwest failed. Instead of O’Donnell’s newscast, stations there showed a feed of the CBSN streaming service. The broadcast ran at its traditional times in the Mountain and Western time zones.

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WGCL Anchors To Helm ‘CBS Evening News’

WGCL Atlanta anchors Rick Folbaum and Shon Gables will anchor CBS Evening News this weekend. Folbaum anchors Saturday at 6:30 p.m. ET and Gables anchors Sunday 6 p.m. The national newscast will originate from the CBS46 Studios in Atlanta. The CBS News Broadcast Center in New York is closed due to the coronavirus. For the first time, the newscast will be produced remotely with producers and writers based out of New York.

CBS’s Norah O’Donnell’s Ratings Slide Slows

Ratings for the new CBS Evening News anchor Norah O’Donnell are still underwater, but they may have finally hit bottom. In its first week broadcasting from D.C., the show’s total viewers jumped to 5.9 million, down 8% from a year earlier. It has since hovered in the 5.8 million range. That’s still third place, but better than the nightly average of 5.5 million viewers in the fourth quarter overall, according to Nielsen.

Q&A WITH NORAH O'DONNELL

Norah O’Donnell Set To Make Her Move

Norah O’Donnell slid into the CBS Evening News anchor chair on July 15, shifting from her spot at CBS This Morning. Now, she’s ready for another shift, as CBS News prepares to relocate its evening newscast to Washington. The D.C.-based newscast debuts the first week of December. Here she talks about the Beltway relocation, her run so far on Evening News and what’s next for the broadcast.

‘CBS Evening News’ Preps For Streaming Wars

Norah O’Donnell and Susan Zirinsky are out to remake CBS’s flagship newscast at a time when journalism is under seige. (Photo: Celeste Sloman for Variety)

Norah O’Donnell Readies For Move To DC

She is leaving the Big Apple next month and taking her children and the CBS Evening News to Washington where CBS is working on a “state-of-the-art” studio that sources say is still under construction, with the electrical work yet to be finished.

CBS Takes Some Chances With O’Donnell

The first is the appointment of a new anchor, Norah O’Donnell, who takes over Monday at the start of what promises to be a busy midsummer week. The second comes in November, when the CBS Evening News leaves New York for Washington, D.C.

COMMENTARY

‘CBS Evening News’ Set To Enter New Era

With Norah O’Donnell taking over the anchor chair on Monday, new female leadership at CBS News aims to revive the kind of trust once enjoyed by stalwarts such as Walter Cronkite.

O’Donnell Starts On ‘CBS Evening News’ July 15

In less than a month, Norah O’Donnell will start delivering the headlines at CBS Evening News – and, most likely, start generating a few of her own. CBS News plans to launch a re-tooled CBS Evening News anchored by O’Donnell on July 15, part of the network’s ambitious plans to overhaul its morning and evening standbys and get more competitive with rivals. O’Donnell will play an instrumental role in a big bet by the network, which plans to move her and the broadcast to Washington from New York City in the fall.

Dickerson To Anchor ‘CBS Evening News’ Next Week

The network’s announcement comes as Jeff Glor wraps up his 18-month run as CBS Evening News anchor after Friday night’s telecast.

Friday Is Glor’s Last Day On ‘CBS Evening News’

Jeff Glor, who has been the face of CBS Evening News since late 2017, has told staff he will step down as anchor of the evening newscast after Friday’s program, according to three people familiar with the matter. Norah O’Donnell won’t take over until this summer. Glor is currently in discussions about taking a new role at CBS News.

‘The CBS Evening News’ Goes To Washington

Susan Zirinsky has overhauled the news division’s programming slate and is shipping Cronkite and Rather’s show to D.C. Some staffers wonder if it’s “a move that’s being made out of convenience for the anchor.” But Zirinsky counters, “There’s a huge opportunity right now. I can’t let it go.”

CBS Unveils New ‘Morning,’ ‘Evening’ Anchors

CBS News president and senior executive producer Susan Zirinsky on Monday unveiled a new weekday anchor lineup, naming Norah O’Donnell anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News and Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil co-hosts of CBS This Morning.

CBS News Moves ‘To Own’ Clergy Abuse Story

CBS News correspondent Nikki Battiste has over the last several months reported out a group of harrowing stories for CBS Evening News about a problem that has affected millions and is only now coming to greater light. Since last summer she kept tabs on legal probes into the behavior of Catholic clergy, and resulting investigations. When CBS News executives became aware of the reporter’s line on the story, they worked to broaden its exposure.

CBS Mulls Big Changes To ‘CBS Evening News’

CBS News is considering making significant changes to its flagship CBS Evening News, according to four people with knowledge of the talks, part of a top-down look at the news division by incoming president Susan Zirinsky. Executives are considering putting CBS This Morning anchor Norah O’Donnell in the lead role of its evening news, these people said, as well as moving the broadcast to Washington, instead of its longtime roost in New York City.

‘CBS Evening News’ Adds Turner As Sr. Producer

Jeff Glor To Anchor ‘CBS Evening News’

The network on Wednesday appointed the 42-year-old Glor to a job that has been held by Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather, Bob Schieffer, Katie Couric and, most recently, Scott Pelley.

Petition Wants Woman ‘CBS Evening News’ Anchor

CBS Names Anthony Mason Interim Anchor

CBS News announced Scott Pelley’s move from the CBS Evening News to 60 Minutes and said that Anthony Mason, CBS News senior national correspondent and frequent evening-news fill-in anchor, will be taking over for Pelley as anchor of the newscast, for now.

CBS To Revamp Weekend ‘Evening News’

CBS is retooling its weekend evening news broadcast in an effort to align its TV and broadband operations more closely and cut some of the costs from a show that is routinely preempted by sports coverage and other weekend programming.

CBS Anchor Scott Pelley to Win Cronkite Award

Scott Pelley Reports On Tough Year For Reporters

CBS’s Scott Pelley To Host Am. Muslim Roundtable

How Scott Pelley Saved ‘CBS Evening News’

ABC’s David Muir and NBC’s Brian Williams-less newscasts are currently battling for first place, but CBS is gaining on its rivals with a 21% jump in ratings over the past four years.

COMMENTARY BY DAVID ROBB

Govt.-Newsroom Revolving Door Whacks CBS

A journalist is not a spokesman, and a spokesman is not a journalist, but on the CBS Evening News Tuesday night, the twain did indeed meet — and it was the same person. It was just the latest example of the revolving door between network news operations and political flacks, an unfortunate and incestuous tradition that goes back decades.

Katie Couric Ends Her Run At CBS News

The first woman chosen to solely anchor a network evening newscast left on a high note Thursday evening, interviewing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and leading the broadcast with an exclusive 60 Minutes investigation on new doping accusations against cyclist Lance Armstrong.

Katie Couric To Leave CBS News May 19

Katie Couric’s last night on the CBS Evening News will be May 19. She made the announcement on Friday’s broadcast. Substitute anchors are likely to rotate in the chair until Scott Pelley takes over as the permanent anchor on June 6.

Scott Pelley To Anchor ‘CBS Evening News’

The veteran CBS News correspondent will take over from Katie Couric as anchor and managing editor on June 6. He will continue to report for 60 Minutes.

Couric: ‘I Am Leaving CBS Evening News’

After weeks of widespread speculation about her future, Katie Couric is finally ready to go on the record. “I have decided to step down from the CBS Evening News,” Couric told People Tuesday.

Couric’s Path To A Likely Parting With CBS

As Katie Couric and the network negotiate how to end her five-year run as anchor of  the CBS Evening News, interviews show that her hiring was part of a larger experiment to lift the newscast’s ratings.

ERIC DEGGANS' OPINION

What CBS Can Do To Upgrade ‘Evening News’

When Katie Couric finally does announce her syndication deal, it will likely be the worst kept secret in media since her last move. 60 Minutes‘ correspondent Scott Pelley is the obvious favorite to replace her as anchor of the CBS Evening News (PBS’ Gwen Ifill remains my unorthodox hope), but talk right now should likely turn toward how the broadcast should change. Here are five suggestions.

Can A Couric Successor Lift Ratings?

New CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager will choose Couric’s successor, and will look both inside and outside the company. Many people at CBS News believe that Scott Pelley of 60 Minutes is the lead contender.

CBS Source: Couric To Leave Anchor Post

A CBS executive, who spoke on condition of anonymity because Katie Couric has not officially announced her plans, says the 54-year-old CBS Evening News anchor is expected to launch a syndicated talk show in 2012 and several companies are vying for her services.

Sources: CBS Offers Couric ’60 Minutes’ Post

Katie Couric may finally get the chance to become a regular on 60 Minutes, now that she is apparently stepping down from the nightly news anchor job. An offer to become a regular correspondent for the prestigious Sunday night TV magazine is part of the package being offered Couric — if she’ll stay and do a projected daytime talk show for CBS, according to several network insiders.