Diane’s Gaze Is “Fixed On The Exit Door”

By Brian 

With the addition of Meredith Vieira, the Today Show “is poised to become an even greater powerhouse than it was six years ago.” At the same time, Good Morning America’s Diane Sawyer clearly “has her gaze fixed on the exit door.”

Broadcasting & Cable’s J. Max Robins says “there has been talk for weeks” that Sawyer “has been contemplating a post-GMA life that would put her at the helm of the resurgent Nightline or in line to be the next Larry King over at CNN.”

Robins says Sawyer “put forth the wrong face” in this NYT story “when she gave the unmistakable impression that she is a short-timer at GMA.” Here’s his full column…