Charlie Rose and Gayle King will lead a top-to-bottom reboot of "The Early Show," CBS News announced Tuesday.
The network is set to announce new hosts and a new, hard-news approach for its morning show.
For years, CBS's "Early Show" has been little more than a less-watched, poor man's version of NBC's "Today" and ABC's "Good Morning America." Can Charlie Rose and Gayle King change that?
John Miller, whose trajectory has veered between journalism and law enforcement, is about to join the well-ballasted CBS "Early Show."
The international news network won a duPont Award, presented by Columbia University, for a report on the pace of recovery in Haiti. CBS, NBC, HBO and The New York Times were also cited.
One point I haven't seen addressed in this morning's coverage of CBS's plan to remake its morning show with Charlie Rose and Gayle King as co-hosts: Rose is 69. He'll turn 70 on Jan. 5, before the new show takes to the airwaves. This is an issue.
Mr. Rooney, 92, has contributed essayish commentaries for decades to the CBS news magazine.
CBS announced Tuesday that both David Letterman and Craig Ferguson have agreed to continue in their current light-night shows for at least two more years.
CBS News is expected to announce Tuesday that it is replacing the entire weekday anchor team of "The Early Show" with their weekend counterparts.
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