“The stories are intense, interesting and immersive,” said Mosheh Oinounou, the executive producer, in a prepared statement.
The maneuver aims to bolster Cbsn, a live-streaming outlet launched by CBS News in November, 2014. Once seen primarily as a vehicle for repurposing reporting done for “CBS This Morning” and “CBS Evening News,” CBS News has in recent months steadily introduced more original programming to Cbsn, including political-news programs lead by Elaine Quijano and Major Garrett. CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers, for example, has explored volatile suburbs around Paris and Brussels in the wake of terrorism for Cbsn
Starting today, CBS News will launch “CBS Evening News – Uncharted,” a new digital series that aims to explore important topics in American culture, science and the arts. The goal, said Steve Capus, executive editor of CBS News and executive producer of “CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley,” is to expand the venues available for the original enterprise journalism that is a key facet of CBS News’ corporate mission. The first installment of “Uncharted” will be a five-part look at mental health in America. The report will have no correspondent or anchor.
“You and I and most of America grew up with the ‘CBS Evening News’ on televisions in our living
This summer, the CBS broadcast network is expected to air a limited-run primetime series put together by producers and correspondents at Cbsn, which has released a series of “Cbsn Originals” documentaries for streaming users. And Cbsn has quietly begun airing distinctive programs in addition to the typical newscasts it features throughout the day. Elaine Quijano (pictured, above) anchors“Red & Blue,” a 9 p.m. program on politics, while Major Garrett can be spotted weekly hosting “The Takeout,” a streaming transmission of his podcast focused on White House news.
“We are trying to respond to the data that we get,” says David Rhodes, president of CBS News, in an interview. “You’d think the younger audience wants shorter content, but
ABC’s live election coverage began at 7 p.m. Et, while many west coasters were still voting — or were perhaps leaving work early to race home in time to tune into election coverage. George Stephanopoulos is anchoring the marathon broadcast, which is set to air until 2 a.m. Et, and was joined by a panel of heavy hitters including “World News Tonight” anchor David Muir and Martha Raddatz, who moderated the second presidential debate this season.
But, the newest addition to this year’s election coverage is Michael Strahan, who recently joined ABC’s morning show “Good Morning America” where he’s typically utilized for more of the soft news stories. Tonight, the former “Live With Kelly” co-host takes on a pivotal role in ABC’s election coverage, stationed
In a Saturday morning email blast announcing the sixth episode of his web series “Horace and Pete,” C.K. included a lengthy postscript urging readers not to vote for Trump.
“Please stop it with voting for Trump,” C.K. writes. “It was funny for a little while. But the guy is Hitler. And by that I mean that we are being Germany in the ’30s. Do you think they saw the sh-t coming? Hitler was just some hilarious and refreshing dude with a weird comb over who would say anything at all.”
Later in the email, C.K. implores his conservative readers to vote for a different Gop candidate.
“We shouldn’t have to vote for someone because they’re not a shocking c— billionaire liar,” C.K.
President Barack Obama will give his seventh annual State of the Union address on Tuesday night at 9 p.m. Et, with expected topics including national security, immigration, health care and the environment. Sen. Jon Ernst (R-ia) is expected to provide the Republican response.
After the president’s address, while the Republicans are giving their response and the networks are starting to break down their analyses, Obama will be preparing for something altogether different. His administration has invited three YouTube
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