“Anderson” EP and former “Good Morning America” EP Jim Murphy is leaving the syndicated program. With Murphy’s departure, Terence Noonan will oversee day-to-day operations at the program.
“I’m grateful for Jim’s help and his hard work launching the show,” host Anderson Cooper wrote in a memo to the staff. “He’s a good friend and will always be a friend of our show. We have a terrific team in place led by our executive producer, Terence Noonan, and I’m really excited about the momentum we’ve built and the future of the show.”