CBS Morning News Bio.
The CBS Morning News is an American early-morning news program broadcast on the CBS television network during the week.
The program features national weather forecasts, sports highlights, and late-breaking news articles.
Since 2013, Anne-Marie Green has served as its anchor. Until September 2015, she also served in the same capacity for the CBS late-night news program Up to the Minute.
Morning News Male Anchors.
- Nate Burleson.
- Gayle King.
- Tony Dokoupil.
CBS Morning News History.
The name of the traditional morning news program that preceded the network’s current CBS Mornings was initially used as the title of the CBS Morning News.
The program began at 7:00 a.m. for the majority of the 1960s and 1970s as a 60-minute hard news broadcast, airing before Captain Kangaroo and opposite the first hour of NBC’s Today.
At one point, Jim McKay, a sportscaster, and Walter Cronkite both served as the anchors of the original program.
In 1969, Joseph Benti was named the anchor. In this arrangement, John Hart, Hughes Rudd, Sally Quinn, Richard Threlkeld, Lesley Stahl, and Bruce Morton were among the other anchors.
CBS Morning Wiki.
- Release Date: October 4, 1982.
- Original Language: English.
- Genre: Early Morning News Program.
- Country Of Origin: USA.
- Related: CBS Evening News, CBS Overnight News, CBS Mornings.
- Original Net Work: CBS.
CBS Morning Format.
The program initially aired on October 4, 1982, before changing to its current format. A half-hour was added to the two hours of the program, which aired opposite Today.
In the beginning, Bill Kurtis and Diane Sawyer hosted both the Early Morning News and the Morning News throughout that time period.
After Thalia Assuras was named the CBS Morning News anchor in 1998, the program transitioned to a single-anchor format, which it has had ever since.
The program had previously maintained a two-anchor structure. The CBS Morning News and the overnight news program started using the same anchors in March 2009, when Michelle Gielan was named Up to the Minute’s anchor.
The program unveiled a new look on September 21, 2015, which included a new logo and revised on-air visuals that resembled those from the network’s CBS This Morning.
Additionally, the program’s production was transferred to the CBS This Morning newsroom, which also produces programs for the CBS News Streaming Network.
The CBS Overnight News took Over the Minute’s place the same day, replacing its long-running rival.
Morning News Fired Anchors.
- Charlie Rose.
- Scott Pelley.
After a number of CBS News employees tested positive for coronavirus sickness in 2019, the CBS Broadcast Center was temporarily shut down on March 11, 2020.
Following the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on television, a second shutdown on March 18 and instructions from CBS News President Susan Zirinsky led to significant adjustments in many of CBS News’s programming and procedures.
Despite making an attempt to produce the CBS Morning News the following week with a smaller staff and graphics from its Washington, D.C. bureau, CBS News was unable to consistently produce the program to their normal standards.
As a result, production of the CBS Morning News was temporarily suspended starting on March 24, 2020, with a repeat of the CBS Evening News or local newscasts or programming taking its place.
Production of the CBS Morning News resumed on August 31 of that year, over six months after the epidemic started, with Anne-Marie Green serving as its lead anchor from her home studio.
CBS Morning News.
Morning News Female Anchors.
- Anne- Marie Green.
Morning News Hosts.
The program usually has different hosts on its shows.
Some of the hosts that have appeared on the show are:
- Gabrielle Union.
- Brandon Black Wood.
- Angel Gregorio.
CBS Morning News Reporters.
The program Reporters also cover other CBS programs.