Erika Josephson Named EP Of ‘NBC News Daily’ With Kate Snow And Zinhle Essamuah

Scripps News Wins First National News Emmy Award

Scripps News, a 24/7 broadcast news network available over the air, has won its first national News Emmy Award with its documentary news series, In Real Life. The National Academy of […]

Ilia Calderón’s Questions Stand Out At Debate

The Univision anchor, one of three moderators, caught some candidates off-guard with questions on immigration and hate crimes.

Scripps News Adds Chris Nguyen As Anchor

Chris Nguyen has been hired by Scripps News as an anchor based in the network’s headquarters in Atlanta. Nguyen previously worked for CNN as a national correspondent in Washington, D.C. […]

Michael Freedman, Radio Executive And University Official, Dies At 71

CBS News Announces New Roles, Responsibilities For Editorial Executives

Newly-appointed CBS News President Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews announced several editorial leadership moves on Thursday.

U.S. TV News Organizations Share Hispanic Heritage Month Coverage Plans

Kristen Welker’s First Broadcast As ‘Meet The Press’ Moderator To Feature Taped Interview With Donald Trump

The interview will take place on Thursday in Bedminster, N.J., and it will be Trump’s first broadcast network sitdown since leaving office. The network has stressed that the interview is not a town hall and there is no audience, and the same invitation has been extended to President Joe Biden. The sitdown also will be accompanied by a fact check on

Rob Marciano Steps Away From ‘Good Morning America’ Weekend Edition — But Not ABC

For Several Episodes This Fall, ’60 Minutes’ Will Become 90 Minutes

The CBS newsmagazine is stretching on some Sundays when CBS airs an NFL doubleheader, starting Oct. 8. Often, the show doesn’t air until 7:30 p.m. on the East Coast those nights (it usually starts at 7 p.m.). There will generally be two extra pieces on the 90-minute nights, and correspondents are already lobbying for more time to tell their stories. Extra producers have been brought in. Pictured (l-r): Sharyn Alfonsi, L. Jon Wertheim, Bill Whitaker, Lesley Stahl, Scott Pelley, Cecilia Vega, Anderson Cooper and Executive Producer Bill Owens.


Women In Journalism Pass Another Milestone

Andrea Mitchell: “On Sept. 17, another milestone will be passed for women journalists. Kristen Welker is set to become the 13th moderator of Meet the Press, the longest-running show on American television. For the first time, every Sunday public affairs program will be moderated or co-moderated by a woman as Welker joins Dana Bash, Shannon Bream, Margaret Brennan, Jen Psaki and Martha Raddatz at the helms for their respective networks. Not that long ago, ‘woman journalist’ was almost an oxymoron, especially in broadcast news.”

‘GMA’ Anchor Robin Roberts Marries Amber Laign

Chuck Todd Bids Farewell To ‘Meet The Press’

NBC’s Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd has ended his run. “After nine years and more than 430 broadcasts, today is my final Sunday in the moderator chair,” he said at the top of the hour. “To say that this has been the honor and privilege of my lifetime is an understatement.”

Talking TV: How The BBC Is Grappling With Generative AI

Laura Ellis, head of technology forecasting at the BBC, say the time is nigh for news organizations to confront the manifold opportunities — and dangers — that generative AI has ushered in. A full transcript of the conversation is included.

Falsehoods Follow Close Behind This Summer’s Natural Disasters

Misattributed videos, recycled lies and warped fears are fueling unfounded claims about the recent record-breaking heat, floods and wildfires.

A Private Phone. Secret Recordings. Inside One CEO’s Relationship With A TV Anchor

Under Armour’s Kevin Plank shared nonpublic financial details with Stephanie Ruhle, and she gave advice on how to address negative publicity. Pictured: Ruhle, then with Bloomberg, conducted a 2014 interview with Plank.

Major Media Companies Are Quietly Blocking ChatGPT

While a shot has yet to be fired, some of the nation’s largest newsrooms are actively taking defensive measures to safeguard their content from ChatGPT, the groundbreaking artificial intelligence chatbot that is seen as a potential aggressor to an already struggling news industry.

News & Documentary Emmys: Dan Rather Among 2023 Gold And Silver Circle Inductees

The longtime CBS journalist will be celebrated alongside other honorees “recognized for their phenomenal and continuing contributions to our television industry.”

Kristen Welker Makes ‘Meet The Press’ Host Debut On Sept. 17

Neeraj Khemlani Steps Down At CBS News

Neeraj Khemlani is stepping down as the co-head of CBS News and Stations (Wendy McMahon is his counterpart). In a memo to staffers, Khemlani said that he had signed a first look deal with the network to develop documentaries, scripted series and books for Simon & Schuster. “It’s an opportunity that will allow me to write, report and develop stories that I’ve long wanted to pursue,” he wrote. George Cheeks, the president-CEO of CBS Entertainment Group, said that he will update staffers soon with information about new leadership and structure for the news division.

NBC News Taps Laura Jarrett As Co-Anchor Of ‘Saturday Today’

The network is also moving the program back to New York’s Studio 1A, and adding Joe Fryer and Angie Lassman to the team.

Vice’s David Noriega Joins NBC News As Correspondent

Judge Orders CBS Correspondent To Reveal Source

A federal judge handed down a rare and alarming court decision this week that could have significant implications for the free press in America. Judge Christopher Cooper, of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, issued a ruling to compel CBS News senior correspondent Catherine Herridge to participate in a deposition regarding the identity of a confidential source or sources she used for a series of 2017 stories published while she worked at Fox News.

‘Today’ Embraces The Sunrise In Revamp, Focuses On Digital Audiences

NBC’s Today has introduced new motion graphics that embrace the show’s sunrise and build upon recent changes at Nightly News. Debuting with the Monday, July 31, edition of Today, the design pays homage to the program’s iconic sunrise logo, with its arcs and curves integrated throughout the broadcast design package.

NewsNation Sets Primetime Special On Congressional UFO Hearing For July 30

NewsNation will present a special two-hour live report on this week’s UFO congressional hearing entitled, We Are Not Alone: The Historic UFO Hearing on Sunday, July 30, at 9 p.m. ET. Anchored […]

Top BBC Anchor Yalda Hakim Jumps To Sky News

NBC News Promotes Amanda Terkel To Managing Editor, Digital Politics

George Alagiah, Award-Winning BBC Journalist & News Anchor, Dies At 67

Ex-ABC Investigative Journalist Pleads Guilty To Child Pornography Charges

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A former investigative journalist for ABC News pleaded guilty Friday to federal child pornography charges. James Gordon Meek, 53, of Arlington, Virginia, admitted in U.S. District […]

NBC News Signs ABC Bay Area Anchor Liz Kreutz As L.A.-Based Correspondent

‘Today’ Show’s Jill Martin Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Top BBC News Anchor Huw Edwards Named As Staffer Accused Of Paying Teen For Explicit Images

The BBC staffer accused of paying a teenager for sexually explicit photographs has been named as Huw Edwards, one of the network’s top anchors. Edwards is one of the most senior on-air figures at the corporation and was the anchor chosen to break news of Queen Elizabeth II’s death to the world last September. He is the fourth highest paid figure at the BBC.

Why Ireland Is Gripped By The RTÉ Pay Scandal

While the British media has been dominated by allegations about a BBC presenter, across the Irish Sea, national broadcaster RTÉ has for weeks been dealing with its own, very different scandal. It centres around undeclared payments made by the corporation to Ireland’s highest-paid broadcaster, Ryan Tubridy. The controversy has snowballed and is gripping the nation, to such an extent that parliamentary committee hearings are being screened in pubs.

Jo Ling Kent Joins CBS News As Senior Business And Technology Correspondent

The veteran NBC journalist will report for all CBS News programs and platforms starting later this summer, where she’ll add to the division’s existing reporting on global economics, including everything from personal finance and consumer trends to the Federal Reserve and the World Bank.


The Social Media Era For News Organizations Is Long Over

In an era saturated with digital immediacy, the evolution of news consumption patterns has been both swift and striking. A decade ago, social media platforms held the promise of revolutionizing local news delivery – with broadcasters devoting countless resources to platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. They were heralded as a fresh conduit for information, a means for local stations to expand their reach and a tool to foster a more intimate connection with viewers. Today, however, the landscape appears starkly different. The sheen of social media has dulled and its value for local broadcasters has been called into question.

Talking TV: Today’s Dylan Dreyer On Climate Change And The Joys Of A Nature Show

Dylan Dreyer, meteorologist for NBC’s Today, co-anchor of the show’s third hour and host of Earth Odyssey in the network’s The More You Know block talks about how to weave climate change into weather reporting and what she gets out of making a good, old fashioned nature show. A full transcript of the conversation is included.

David Bohrman Dies: Innovative TV News Executive And Producer At CNN And Other Networks Was 69

David Bohrman, a longtime producer and news executive who was responsible for innovations in live and special events and breaking news, including at CNN and other networks, died on Sunday. He was 69. “He was the creator of more news programming than almost any other producer working in television news today,” CNN’s leadership team wrote in a memo to employees on Sunday evening.

Best Of Talking TV: Welcoming The End Of News Objectivity

In this repeat of the Talking TV episode from Feb. 17, Andrew Heyward, a research professor at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School and co-author of a new report, Beyond Objectivity, explains the problems with aiming for “objective” news and what alternate goals newsrooms would do better to pursue. A full transcript of the conversation is included.

NBC News’ Catherine Kim Receives RTDNA’s 2023 Loren Tobia Leadership Award

TV News Covered The Court Hearing With Wall-To-Wall Coverage

Three of the major broadcast networks — ABC, NBC and CBS — interrupted their usual afternoon programming to cover the news.