NBC News stalwart Tom Brokaw is doing some of his deepest confessional talking this Sunday via CBS News. Brokaw talks to longtime friend Jane Pauley, who anchors CBS News Sunday Morning, and tells her about his battle with incurable blood cancer, which he has been fighting for a decade. He was diagnosed with multiple myeloma 10 years ago.
The former Nightline anchor, now an occasional contributor to CBS Sunday Morning, takes over from Jane Pauley for the first time this weekend to host a specially themed program on the what divides Americans.
After two years on 60 Minutes, CBS News correspondent John Dickerson is shifting the focus of his political analysis and national affairs reporting to CBS Sunday Morning and other broadcasts. He’s also developing a series for Paramount+.
A segment on CBS Sunday Morning featured criticism of an interview airing on the company’s streaming service Paramount+.
Mo Rocca, the eclectic correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, will stay for at least two more years at the venerable CBS News program, under the terms of a new deal struck between his representatives and the CBS Corp. unit.
As part of CBS Sunday Morning’s 40th anniversary celebration, the venerable CBS News program will produce a one-hour primetime special that will highlight the show’s reporting on the arts, humanities, entertainment and music on Sept. 14.
With a new book to promote, Hillary Clinton is preparing to re-enter the public eye. Her first stop: an interview with Jane Pauley on CBS Sunday Morning this coming weekend.
Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity is calling on CBS News to release the full tape of his interview with Ted Koppel for Sunday Morning, in which the veteran Nightline anchor answered “yes” when Hannity asked if Koppel thought he was bad for America. The exchange between two different generations of television news personalities continued to resonate Monday: It was the lead “hot topic” that hosts of The View kicked around on their talk show.
For the fifth time in six weeks, CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley delivered more than 6 million viewers, topping the weekday morning shows by more than a million viewers.
Jane Pauley doesn’t plan to wear a bow tie, as her predecessor, Charles Osgood, famously did. But that’s about the only change coming to the long-running CBS broadcast as she takes over the anchor spot from Charles Osgood this Sunday. “I assure you I’m not coming in and shaking anything up,” says Pauley, explaining that, when Executive Producer Rand Morrison seemed to open the door to any tweaks she might propose, “I laughed and said, ‘Rand, it ain’t broke!’ “
Jane Pauley will take over for Charles Osgood as anchor of CBS Sunday Morning beginning with the show’s next broadcast on Oct. 9. The news was announced Sunday morning at the end of the show’s special tribute to the retiring Osgood.
NEW YORK (AP) — CBS says it will donate the bow tie that Charles Osgood wears Sunday to host his final edition of “Sunday Morning” to the Smithsonian’s National Museum […]
He’s stepping down after 22 years on the CBS newsmagazine. The network will celebrate Charles Osgood’s accomplishments on a special edition on Sept. 25. His daily commentaries on the CBS Radio Network will continue.
To celebrate the National Park Service’s centennial, CBS Sunday Morning reporter Conor Knighton will travel to all 59 national parks for his “On the Trail” reports.
The long-running Sunday news program delivered its largest May sweep audience since the advent of the Nielsen People Meter in 1987. The Charles Osgood-hosted Sunday Morning, which launched on CBS in 1979, averaged 5.92 million viewers (up 3% from last year) and a 1.3 rating in adults 25-54. That’s No. 1 in both categories among the Sunday morning newscasts.
CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood had its most-watched February since 1994. The 90-minute feature-driven news program averaged 6.22 million viewers, growing 1% from February 2015. Osgood was in for most of the month, but Jane Pauley filled in last Sunday, as the longtime host recovers from knee surgery.
The veteran newsman will be presented with the Dick Clark Lifetime Achievement Award at the Broadcasters Foundation of America’s Golden Mike Award Dinner on Feb. 29.
Charles Osgood, 83, the bow-tied anchor of CBS Sunday Morning has met with network brass to discuss his future and is expected to end his two-decade run as host of the popular weekend show this year.
It delivered 6.01 million viewers for the month, its best November sweep delivery since the advent of people meters in 1987. The Charles Osgood-hosted program finishes the sweep as the top Sunday morning newscast.
Mo Rocca has been named a correspondent for, CBS Sunday Morning, CBS News announced today. Known for his satirical news reports and commentary, Rocca has been a contributor to the […]
NEW YORK (AP) — Billy Taylor, an acclaimed jazz pianist and composer who became one of the genre’s most ardent advocates through radio, television and the landmark Jazzmobile arts venture, […]