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Superstorm Sandy was a boon for the television network evening newscasts, most prominently for Brian Williams and NBC’s “Nightly News.”
Viewership is down across the broadcast networks this spring, with the primary culprit being the different ways people are experiencing television, researchers say.
NEW YORK – Two of the three U.S. network evening newscasts are sending their anchors to Egypt to base their programs at the scene of the political unrest there. NBC… More
BY: DAVID BAUDER PASADENA, Calif. – ABC’s Diane Sawyer will air the first television interview with astronaut Mark Kelly, the husband of shooting victim Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. The network said… More
BY: David Bauder NEW YORK – ABC has selected Ben Sherwood, a former producer of ‘Good Morning America’ who left to write novels and start a website, as its news… More
BY: David Bauder NEW YORK – Doomsday scenarios for the future of broadcast evening newscasts have floated around for nearly two decades now. The latest, though, comes from someone in… More
BY: David Bauder NEW YORK – ABC News is sending Diane Sawyer to China next month for a three-day reporting trip to find out how that country’s economy continues to… More
BY: David Bauder NEW YORK – ABC News President David Westin, the longest-reigning network news division chief, with more than 13 tumultuous years on the job, told his staff Monday… More
BY: David Bauder NEW YORK – The cap that has stopped oil from gushing uncontrollably into the Gulf of Mexico inevitably means that news cameras will begin drifting away from… More