CBS News will launch “CBS Mornings” on September 7 from its new studio in Times Square, division co-director Neeraj Khemlani said on Tuesday.
The new show will be co-hosted by Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and – the latest addition to the squad – Nate Burleson, an Emmy Award-winning sports analyst.
“All of CBS News morning shows will now be part of the same family, with an emphasis on original reporting and exquisite storytelling, connected by the sound of iconic trumpet music and a philosophy of optimism that continues through to ‘to the sun logo itself. ”Khemlani said. “We’re adding a bit of ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ – every morning – on ‘CBS Mornings’.”
“CBS Mornings” will air Monday through Friday and will feature tough news and smart conversations at 7:00 am, while expanding reporting at 8:00 am with live interviews and in-depth articles, covering a wide range of topics, ranging from sports, climate and technology to running, health, parenting and personal finance.
It will also present artistic and cultural pieces by Anthony Mason. And Vlad Duthiers will continue to be a regular in his “What to Watch” segment.
The tough news will be the key. In recent months, the show has delivered exclusive interviews with the President of Ukraine in the trenches on the border with Russia; Executive Assistant No. 1 (who accused Governor Cuomo of sexual harassment); and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on the future of work. And “CBS Mornings” will expand reporting, with profiles of conductors, musicians, writers and actors, as well as travel reports.
“The two hours the ‘CBS Mornings’ team have each day of the week is a gift. We are fortunate to provide the public with the most recent information a person needs to start their day, as well as tell deeper stories that someone would like to watch at 7:00 am or 7:00 pm, ”said Shawna Thomas, executive producer of“ CBS Mornings ”. “’CBS Mornings’ won’t shy away from tackling complicated topics or uplifting moments. In September, the energy of our new team of presenters will bring it all together to help viewers understand and engage with their world.”
“CBS Saturday Morning” co-hosts Jeff Glor, Dana Jacobson and Michelle Miller will begin broadcasting from the new Times Square studio on September 18. The program offers two hours of original reporting, breaking news and profiles of personalities in culture and the arts.
“This is an exciting new chapter for ‘CBS Saturday Morning.’ We can’t wait to take broadcasting to the next level with a fresh new look, said Brian Applegate, executive producer of the show. ‘awaits, as well as our interviews and musical performances “Saturday Sessions”. Our circulation will skyrocket in the new expansive space. “
Jane Pauley will remain the presenter of “CBS Sunday Morning”, a five-time Daytime Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Morning Show and Sunday Morning No.1 News for 20 years. “CBS Sunday Morning” airs from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. ET.
“‘CBS Sunday Morning’ has set the standard for reporting and storytelling since its inception,” said Rand Morrison, executive producer of “CBS Sunday Morning.” “The combination of surprising and original content, exclusive interviews from world leaders to celebrities and adventurous reporting from far-flung destinations – or unknown parts of our communities closer to home – has proven to be successful with viewers of the World. morning.”