When Scott Pelley assumed the role of CBS Evening News anchor in 2011, he'd had a long and storied career of reporting from war zones, refugee camps and even campaign […]
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Confirming what may have been the worst-kept secret in recent memory, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer on Monday officially announced that Katie Couric is joining the company as global anchor.
For many folks last night, cheating meant a chocolate dessert after a high-calorie Valentine’s Day dinner with their sweet
NBC in 2011 extended its winning streak in the nightly news race to four years, as NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams averaged 8.76 million total viewers, easily outpacing the 6:30 p.m. broadcasts on ABC and CBS.
In the months following Katie Couric’s decision to leave her position at CBS Evening News, rumors swirled about the anchor’s next move as negotiations took place behind the scenes, resulting in a deal with ABC—and The New York Times now has
Katie Couric is close to a deal with Disney's ABC for her own syndicated talk show beginning in Fall 2012, plus a role within ABC News, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Scott Pelley will take over Katie Couric’s chair at the CBS Evening News, the network confirmed in a statement Tuesday. Pelley will begin anchoring the broadcast (which will be renamed the CBS Evening News With Scott Pelley) on June 6.
Anchor's away! Katie Couric today confirmed what has been called “one of the worst kept secrets in television”—that she’s leaving her anchor seat at the “CBS Evening News.”