Any number of hallowed political and media institutions fell apart. So why should the most hallowed political-media institution of them all escape unscathed?
CBS News correspondents are jockeying to replace John Dickerson as host of the Sunday morning show. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes was first up in the informal competition to replace him. Next up is White House correspondent Margaret Brennan.
ABC News President James Goldston’s announcement today made formal what has been the practice over the past few months on This Week With George Stephanopoulos. Stephanopoulos has cut back on his weekend schedule since he co-hosts Good Morning America during the week. Chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl will be the substitute host on weeks that the other two aren’t available.
The former CBS correspondent will host a half-hour Sunday news program on the group’s network affiliates that will be a blend of investigative and political journalism, with a focus on accountability.
Dispatch Broadcast Group’s CBS affiliate WBNS Columbus, Ohio (DMA 32), announced today that it will expand its Sunday morning newscast. Beginning Nov. 30, 10TV News Weekend will begin broadcasting from 6:30 to 9 a.m., leading into CBS Sunday Morning. “This move creates a strong block of news programming on Sunday mornings,” said WBNS Director of […]
The Grand Rapids, Mich., ABC affiliate is adding news on Sunday morning and at 4:30 a.m. weekdays.
Viewers in Cincinnati will have the choice of three local newscasts at 8 a.m. Sunday starting July 7, when CBS affiliate WKRC expands into Sunday mornings. Liz Bonis will anchor Local 12 News Sunday at 8-9 a.m., and return at 11-11:30 a.m.
The San Francisco CBS O&O is producing a new hour newscast for its sister CW affiliate beginning Jan. 8.
The Hearst ABC affiliate in Jackson, Miss., adds weekend morning newscasts at 6 and 8