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Posted Monday 3/19/18 at 12:37PM EDT
Charlie Rose makes a cryptic return to Twitter
The disgraced former PBS and CBS This Morning host tweeted an "H" this morning on his official Twitter account. His tweet was greeted with some positivity, with some Twitter users saying they missed him.
Posted Tuesday 3/13/18 at 12:23PM EDT
CBS News boss talks 60 Minutes' Stormy Daniels interview, recalls asking Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell to announce Charlie Rose firing without a script
“The only reason it hasn’t run is that there’s still a lot of journalistic work to do,” CBS News president David Rhodes, speaking at the INTV conference in Jerusalem, said of the buzzworthy interview Anderson Cooper conducted last week with President Trump's alleged mistress, adding that there is still no airdate set. As for President Trump's lawyers stopping the interview from airing, Rhodes said, “I haven’t seen such an injunction, and I can’t imagine what the basis for that would be. Rhodes' interview also touched on Charlie Rose's firing last November for sexual harassment. “It was most important to me, as management, that they not feel managed in what they said,” Rhodes said of having King and O'Donnell respond openly on air and without a script. “So we didn’t prepare statements for them… we asked them to address it in their own words however they felt they should.”
Posted Monday 3/12/18 at 6:57AM EDT
John Oliver rips CBS This Morning for flirty banter on International Women's Day, especially in wake of Charlie Rose's ouster
Oliver, whose Last Week Tonight has documented CBS This Morning's awkward sex talk before Rose was fired last November, said: "I’m just saying, it seems that CBS This Morning is less a morning show and more two hours of incriminating office surveillance footage that accidentally gets broadcast across the country every day.”
Posted Monday 1/29/18 at 2:45PM EST
Celebrity Big Brother host Julie Chen just recently learned Omarosa’s last name
Chen tells CBS This Morning how her CBS reality show snagged the former Trump White House advisor and reality TV veteran.
Posted Wednesday 1/17/18 at 10:38AM EST
Ann Curry on Matt Lauer: “I am not surprised by the allegations”
The former Today co-anchor also said on CBS This Morning that she witnessed “verbal harassment” during her time on Today. "I can say that I would be surprised if many women did not understand that there was a climate of verbal harassment that existed," she said. "I think it would be surprising if someone said that they didn't see that. It was verbal sexual harassment."
Posted Wednesday 1/17/18 at 12:03AM EST
Dylan Farrow will discuss her sexual assault allegations against father Woody Allen for the first time on TV
Farrow is set to speak to CBS This Morning on Thursday, two days after Alec Baldwin defended the acclaimed director on Twitter.
Posted Tuesday 1/16/18 at 1:35PM EST
CBS This Morning lands Ann Curry’s first TV interview since the Matt Lauer sexual harassment scandal
The former Today co-anchor, who is promoting her new PBS docuseries We’ll Meet Again, will talk about the #MeToo movement and her former co-worker on the CBS morning show on Wednesday.
Posted Wednesday 1/10/18 at 2:01PM EST
John Dickerson says “I’m a transfer student here” as he begins his new CBS This Morning role
The Face the Nation host officially replaced Charlie Rose this morning, and he made a point of noting that his late mom, Nancy Dickerson, was CBS News’ first female correspondent.
Posted Tuesday 1/09/18 at 8:32AM EST
CBS is set to name John Dickerson as Charlie Rose's replacement on CBS This Morning
Dickerson is closing in on the co-anchor job, according to The Huffington Post. It’s unclear if the Face the Nation host would stay with the Sunday morning news show if he were to become a CBS This Morning co-anchor along with Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell. Dickerson had been filling in on the CBS morning show since Rose was removed in November.
Posted Wednesday 12/20/17 at 10:03PM EST
Why City University of New York’s journalism school waited a month to revoke Charlie Rose's Lifetime Achievement Award
"We wanted to give it careful thought and not react in a knee-jerk way," says Dean Sarah Bartlett.
Posted Wednesday 12/20/17 at 2:14PM EST
Today and CBS This Morning are showing they never needed Matt Lauer or Charlie Rose
Rose’s exit hasn’t hurt his former CBS morning show’s ratings, and Today without Lauer has only thrived and beat the competition since his ouster. Which begs the question: Do viewers actually care who hosts their favorite morning news programs, or were they impressed by how Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell and Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb each handled the loss of their male co-anchor?
Posted Friday 12/08/17 at 9:21PM EST
Gayle King picked a bad time to compliment a U.S. senator on his looks
After interviewing Republican senator John Thune today on CBS This Morning, King told him: “Very nice to see you in person. You look as good in person as you do on TV.”
Posted Monday 12/04/17 at 7:43AM EST
Today and CBS This Morning are going with all-women lineups this week
After dealing with their respective sexual harassment firings of Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose, NBC News and CBS News have scheduled only female co-hosts for their morning shows this week. On NBC, Hoda Kotb will continue anchoring with Savannah Guthrie. On CBS, Norah O'Donnell and Gayle King will be joined by Bianna Golodryga. CBS will return to having a male co-host next week when Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson fills in on CBS This Morning. In the wake of the sexual harassment revelations, some have suggested doing away with the traditional male-female co-host dynamic. ALSO: Gayle King says: “I don’t see myself on TV at 70, but never say never”
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Posted Monday 11/27/17 at 2:38PM EST
Report: CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers is the frontrunner to replace Charlie Rose on CBS This Morning
Duthiers, a Peabody and Emmy winner, is said to be a good interviewer who has filled in for Rose in the past, according to Page Six.
Posted Monday 11/27/17 at 8:49AM EST
Two universities rescind awards given to Charlie Rose
Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism has opted to take back Rose’s excellence in journalism award given in 2015 following the former CBS and PBS host’s sexual harassment scandal. The University of Kansas also revoked its National Citation Award given earlier this year.