Stephanopoulos will debut two long-form programs on Hulu, all part of a new production company ABC News is launching with him. George Stephanopoulos Productions is expected to specialize in nonfiction projects that include news-making interviews as well as investigative journalism.
Jeopardy today announced the final guest hosts for Season 37: George Stephanopoulos, Robin Roberts, LeVar Burton and David Faber. As previously announced, Joe Buck is also part of this final batch.
ABC News will host a town hall with President Donald Trump and undecided voters on Sept. 15. George Stephanopoulos will anchor the event, which will take place in Philadelphia and will held in accordance with state and local government COVID-19 regulations and guidelines set by local health officials. The event will air at 9 p.m. ET on the network and ABC News Live.
Five TV broadcasters — Savannah Guthrie, Jake Tapper, George Stephanopoulos, Bret Baier and Gayle King — swap stories about when guests lie to your face, Megyn Kelly joins your network and the importance of accurate reporting: “I’m not sure there always are two sides to every story.”
ABC newscaster George Stephanopoulos isn’t biased, according to his boss, Bob Iger. “I assure you, if we felt George was not presenting it fairly or were biased, he would not be on our air,” Iger said at the Disney annual meeting. “It’s something we take very, very seriously, and we monitor closely.”
George Stephanopoulos said today on Good Morning America that his $75,000 in donations to the Clinton Foundation, made in three increments to the foundation started by his one-time boss, former President Bill Clinton, were a mistake.
The news anchor said that he believed his contributions to the Clinton Foundation were a matter of public record. “However,” he said, “in hindsight, I should have taken the extra step of personally disclosing my donations to my employer and to the viewers on the air during the recent news stories about the foundation.”
ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos today interviewed Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson, releasing a photo of the interview this afternoon via Twitter. The anchor tweeted: “Just finished a more than hourlong interview with Officer Darren Wilson. No question off limits.” Edited excerpts will air on World News Tonight and Good Morning America. The full interview will post on ABCNews.com tomorrow.
NEW YORK (AP) — ABC News has signed George Stephanopoulos to a contract extension, the last member of its “Good Morning America” team to agree to a new deal. ABC News said Thursday that Stephanopoulos will remain as Robin Roberts’ chief partner on the top-rated morning show, and will continue as host on the Sunday […]
Good Morning America co-anchor George Stephanopoulos is frustrated with GMA staff changes as he begins to negotiate his contract with ABC. Multiple sources say Stephanopoulos, the last man standing at the morning show after Sam Champion and Josh Elliott departed in recent weeks, is concerned about the softer direction of GMA — and the addition of yet more entertainment personalities.
ABC said Monday that Barbara Walters donated $250,000 to the American Red Cross and George Stephanopoulos kicked in $50,000 for Superstorm Sandy relief on ABC’s “Day of Giving.”
NEW YORK (AP) — George Stephanopoulos doesn’t really get days off. He gets hours. The co-host of ABC’s “Good Morning America” during the week and host of the Sunday political talk show “This Week” has both shows at such competitive crossroads this spring that his bosses are reluctant to give him time off. “GMA” snapped […]
George Stephanopolous will replace Christiane Amanpour as host of ABC’s political talk show This Week beginning Jan. 8.
George Stephanopoulos could lose his “Good Morning America” anchor chair within a year to the news reader who towers over him … this according to network sources. The buzz at ABC is that Josh Elliott — a former ESPN sports anchor who has been the GMA news reader since March — is on the fast track for the anchor seat.