On the morning of Friday, Dec. 11, Diane Sawyer said goodbye to Good Morning America viewers after more than ten years of co-hosting ABC’s morning show.
GMA producers marked the day with a series of mellifluous tributes, looking back at a decade of highlights. Ms. Sawyer wading through the high waters of Read More
While George Stephanopolous was somewhat awkwardly settling into his ringmaster role on “Good Morning America,” NBC announced that White House correspondents Savannah Guthrie and Chuck Todd would be getting their own political morning show on MSNBC.
Mr. Todd—he of the improper sneeze and $2,000-dollar goatee—has long been Read More
George Stephanopolous debuted as a co-host of “Good Morning America” this morning, and in case anyone had forgotten that he once worked in the Clinton White House, David Axelrod made sure to remind them.
“He’s one of the president’s closest advisers, has an office right next to the president, David Read More
This past Sunday morning, President Barack Obama was on everywhere you looked on TV–except, of course, on Fox (sorry, Chris Wallace!).
So with the booking advantage effectively neutralized, who would triumph in the ratings?
In the end, it was David Gregory who came out on top.
On Sunday morning, NBC’s Meet the Read More
Maybe it would have been more interesting if the White House had taken a page from Ronald Reagan’s old playbook.
It was back in December 1987 when, with just over a year left in his second term, Reagan played host to a Washington summit with Soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev. In terms of domestic Read More
George Stephanopoulos injected some unexpected intrigue into This Week when he declared that a group of former John Edwards staffers had secretly conspired in late 2007 and early 2008 to make sure that their candidate's presidential campaign would fail.
Stephanopoulos, who didn't name any of the staffers, made the claim after bringing up Read More
NBC is currently exploring the possibility of leasing out part of its longtime headquarters in Washington, D.C., to an outside organization, according to sources familiar with the situation.
One possible partner? American University.
The longtime home of NBC News, MSNBC, and WRC-TV Channel 4—NBC’s owned and operated station in D.C.—is located on Read More
With advertising revenue in freefall and hiring freezes creeping through the TV news industry, it’s not everyday that we hear of a network actually adding a staffer. But on Tuesday, we heard of three new hires.
The hiring boomlet made for an unusually cheerful day in NYTV’s inbox.
According to an ABC press release, this past Sunday, January 11, ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos pulled off a narrow upset victory over NBC’s Meet the Press.
Mr. Stephanopolous’ show, which featured an extensive interview with President Elect Barack Obama, pulled in 4.34 million viewers while Mr. Gregory’s show Read More
Since he was chosen to fill out the Democratic ticket back in August, Joe Biden has maintained that he doesn’t want the expansive authority and high profile that Dick Cheney carved out for himself as vice president.
It certainly made for good campaign rhetoric – it never hurts to tell voters that you’re very different Read More