There’s yet another major change coming to CBS This Morning. The show was rebuilt from the ground up after Susan Zirinsky took over the CBS News division in 2019. Now, the show will be getting its second new executive producer in two years because current EP, Diana Miller, is quitting. She took a leave of absence in the summer to attend to personal matters, and has decided not to return.
The revamp of CBS This Morning continues, with the appointment of a new director, a new managing editor and a new senior broadcast producer.
For decades, the TV morning shows that are designed to appeal primarily to women have been produced mostly by men. But that’s changed. On Thursday, CBS named Diana Miller the new executive producer of CBS This Morning, filling a void left when Ryan Kadro exited the show three months ago. Now, for the first time, all three network morning programs have female EPs.
Diana Miller has been named executive producer of CBS This Morning. The announcement came Thursday from CBS News President Susan Zirinsky. Miller has been running the show since Ryan Kadro left in January and she was widely expected to be tapped for the top job permanently. She has been a senior producer on the broadcast since 2014.