TV News

On-Air Murders Highlight How TV News Crews Are Exposed at Every Angle

Alison Parker and Adam Ward had the most seemingly simple and stress-free of assignments: a live interview with a local Chamber of Commerce representative. No crowds, no police, just a conversation about growing the local economy, with a pretty sunrise in the background.

Diane Sawyer Leaves World News, David Muir Will Anchor

Diane Sawyer is officially stepping down from the leadership of ABC's World News franchise, and David Muir is stepping up. Starting Sept. 2, David Muir will become the anchor and managing editor of the ABC News's flagship broadcast, World News.

NBC News Upfront Mixes Biz With Comedy Over Lunch

NBC News held a midday upfront at the New York Public Library that featured more than a dozen of the network's on-camera talent riffing on each others' quirks to an audience of ad buyers. The presentation also featured some discussion of the sequester, the economic climate, and, of course, the network's new digital offerings (this last was kept unsurprisingly vague).

ABC News, Yahoo Partner on New Online News Show With Katie Couric

Katie Couric has an official ABC News show, but it's not on television. Instead, the former Today and CBS Evening News anchor will host a digital program, Katie's Take, on Yahoo, which partnered with ABC News last year. It's the first ABC News program with Couric as headliner.