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  CBS Morning News - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
CBS Morning News is the half-hour daily television broadcast from CBS News that airs following Up to the Minute.
The program first aired on October 4, 1982 as the CBS Early Morning News, which was changed to CBS Morning News in January 1987.
The current CBS Morning News is unrelated to the breakfast program of the same name, which ran from September 2, 1963, until January 1979, when it was renamed "(day of week) Morning" (later just "Morning").
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/CBS_Morning_News   (170 words)

 CBS History @ CompleteIdiotsGuide.com (Complete Idiots Guide)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
CBS would later revive the format for television in the 1990s to tell the story of asteroids crashing to Earth, but the television format allowed for disclaimers to air at every commercial break, avoiding a replay of what happened in 1938.
An example of CBS's graphic-design particularity: on all official CBS letterhead, a tiny dot (at most a point in diameter) was pre-printed to indicate to a secretary where the typewriter carriage should be positioned for the salutation of a letter.
CBS is currently the most watched television network in the United States, with the prime draws being the CSI and Survivor franchises.
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 cbs news :: cbs 2 news, bs news, cbs evening news, cbs news information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
inside sources tell cbs news the fab four mop tops have come to the end of their long and winding road because of tensions within the band caused by one of the band members reportedly becoming involved with "a japanese woman".
cbs news has looked into this breaking story and determined that the answer is no, he did not.
cbs) cbs news has learned that the fbi has a full-fledged espionage investigation under way and is about to -- in fbi terminology -- "roll up" someone agents believe has been spying not for an enemy, but for israel from within the office of the secretary of defense at the pentagon.
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 CBS News: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
CBS News is the news division of American[Follow this hyperlink for a summary of this subject] television television quick summary:
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The early show is the current edition of the cbs morning news, an american television series broadcast by cbs from new york city, 7 to 9 a.m....
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 CBS Morning News: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The CBS Morning News is the name historically given to a morning news program on CBS (CBS: the columbia broadcasting system, or cbs, is a major radio and television network...
To spare CBS News any further humiliation, the time period was handed over to a children's program Captain Kangaroo (Captain Kangaroo: captain kangaroo was a childrens show which aired weekday mornings on cbs from 1955...
CBS kept the program at 10:00 AM, until 1965; but Reasoner left in 1963, He was replaced by Mike Wallace (Mike Wallace: mike wallace (born may 9, 1918 as myron leon wallace) is an american journalismjournalist...
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CBS News' landmark documentary about the lives of migrant farm workers in the United States, "CBS Reports: Harvest of Shame," is broadcast the day after Thanksgiving.
CBS News broadcasts 54 hours and 53 minutes of uninterrupted coverage of the event and its aftermath beginning at 2:00 PM on November 22 and concluding at 11:37 PM on November 25.
CBS News presents the first live pictures from the Moon at 8:52-9:08 AM from the Ranger 9 satellite as fed from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
www.cbs.com /specials/cbs_75/timeline/1960.shtml   (1825 words)

 CBS News - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
CBS News is the news division of American television and radio network CBS.
CBS News ran a five-minute news bulletin, transmitted to all the affiliates at 11 :55 a.m.
The branch of CBS News that produces newscasts and features to radio stations is called the CBS Radio Network.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/CBS_News   (355 words)

 Robelot to anchor CBS' `This Morning'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
NEW YORK -- Jane Robelot, a co-anchor for the early CBS Morning News, will be the key anchor for the revamped This Morning show.
The new This Morning is structured so that local affiliates can use as much or as little of the network feed as they require, so not everyone will see the same first hour of the broadcast.
She was named co-anchor of CBS Morning News in March 1995 and, as a correspondent, reported live from the Oklahoma City bombing.
www.chron.com /content/chronicle/features/96/05/09/cbs-this-morning.0-1.html   (482 words)

 CBS News
This screen capture of the CBS Evening News summary for July 17, 2001 is reproduced to illustrate John F.X. Gillis' "Gresham and Chandra", published in American Politics Journal.
CBS News Correspondent Kimberly Dozier has the skinny on Great Britain.
It appears likely that the automobile industry will be forced to swallow new rules on fuel efficiency as early as the 2004 model year.
www.americanpolitics.com /20010719GillisCBS.html   (438 words)

 cbs news television   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
WISH-TV - Two members of a CBS News team, veteran cameraman Paul Douglas, 48, and soundman James Brolan, 42, were killed and correspondent Kimberly Dozier, 39, was seriously injured Monday when the U.S. Army unit in which they were embedded was attacked.
National Ledger - Severely injured CBS reporter Kimberly Dozier was able to recognize and react to the arrival of her boyfriend, according Marie Shaw, a spokeswoman for the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.
ABC News - NEW YORK May 31, 2006 (AP) Ă‚— Now that Tony Bennett has serenaded her with "The Best Is Yet to Come" on her final "Today" show, Katie Couric is about to find out if that's true.
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 Linda Mason - CBS News
In that role, she oversees the application of the standards and practices of CBS News and updates the CBS News Standards handbook; is in charge of the CBS News Archives, one of the largest television and audio archives in the world; and administers the Division’s internship and minority recruiting programs.
Mason oversaw the partnership between CBS News and the Smithsonian Institution, a project of primetime specials and "Smithsonian Minutes" broadcast during 1996, the institution's 150th anniversary.
She also served as the executive in charge of "Eye to Eye," the CBS News magazine (1993-95), and the primetime specials, “60 MinutesÂ…25 Years” (1993) and “60 Minutes at 30” (1998).
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 CBS News | Thalia Assuras | September 29, 2005 14:30:29
She also serves as one of the primary anchors of the Saturday edition of the CBS Evening News and as a CBS Newscorrespondent, contributing to many broadcasts.
She also served as co-anchor of CBS News’ weekday morning news broadcast, This Morning (1999) and anchored the early morning CBS Morning News.
Assuras joined CBS News from ABC, where she was an anchor for “World News Now” and “World News This Morning” (1993-96) and a general assignment correspondent.
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 CBS-17: WVXF - News Programming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
CBS Morning News report the latest overnight developments on breaking news and previews the top stories of the day ahead.
CBS Evening News, hosted by Bob Schieffer and the most experienced corps of correspondents in network journalism, cover the events that matter most from wherever they happen in the world.
The Saturday Early Show, live from New York City, covers breaking news and the news of the week, and presents special reports from well-known experts on a wide range of subjects from consumer and health issues to personal finance.
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CBS News This Morning's Julie Chen reports on the results of its own test.
CBS News found 15 dentists in the New York area who agreed to have their dental water lines tested anonymously and sent the samples to Dr. Bernard Moncla at the University of Pittsburgh.
The CBS News study was an unscientific survey but its findings did mirror results in other studies.
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 E! Online News - CBS' Morning Show Shuffle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
CBS Early Show anchor Jane Clayson probably feels like she just woke up on the wrong side of the bed.
The move clears the way for CBS to attempt to revive what has turned out to be a $30-million failure with a brand-new team.
The notoriously cranky Gumbel was her biggest supporter, and since he left, CBS execs have failed to rally around her.
www.eonline.com /News/Items/Pf/0,1527,10540,00.html   (572 words)

 Andy Rooney - CBS News
(CBS) "The most felicitous nonfiction writer in television" is how "Time" magazine once described Andy Rooney, the CBS News correspondent, writer and producer.
He wrote for The Garry Moore Show on CBS (1959-65) and was a writer for Arthur Godfrey (1949-55), also on CBS.
In addition to his work as a CBS News correspondent, Rooney writes a column for Tribune Media Services, which appears column two days a week in 200 newspapers across the nation.
wwwimage.cbsnews.com /stories/2002/02/25/60minutes/main502002.shtml   (509 words)

 CBSNews.com - Breaking News Headlines and Video from CBS News
Full CBS News coverage of the tragedy that claimed the lives of cameraman Paul Douglas and soundman James Brolan, and seriously injured correspondent Kimberly Dozier.
If you are tired of cell phone users yacking away in public, CBS News correspondent Cynthia Bowers reports on how some restaurants are using an old solution to combat a modern problem.
CBS News RAW: Police say attorney Sandra Eubank Gregory was abducted Wednesday morning by a gunman who forced her to drive off with him.
www.cbsnews.com   (759 words)

 Schieffer is good news for CBS
NEW YORK -- Bob Schieffer may come across as everybody's easygoing grandfather, but don't be so easily fooled.
Schieffer considers himself sort of a player-coach to the young CBS correspondents, leading to what has been his signature: a brief, conversational Q&A with the reporters after they've finished their reports.
Roberts had been considered Rather's most likely successor but wasn't a favorite of CBS chief Leslie Moonves, and when McManus said in January that he didn't see anybody at CBS getting the job, it was clear to Roberts it was time to go.
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 A Nice End To Failed Escape - CBS News
(CBS) An American fugitive convicted in the arson death of billionaire banker Edmond Safra was captured in southern France after an overnight escape from a Monaco prison, Montegasque authorities said Wednesday.
Ted Maher, a former Green Beret originally of Auburn, Maine, was captured in the resort town of Nice after a daring escape from prison in the principality of Monaco, where he had began serving a 10-year sentence for arson late last year.
CBS Correspondent's Loved Ones Are By Her Side At Hospital In Germany
oaktree.cbsnews.com /stories/2003/01/22/world/main537443.shtml   (476 words)

CBS anchor Bob Schieffer played the worn cliche card: “Not since the protests of the Vietnam era has there been anything quite like it.” Bet ten bucks that CBS has said that about just about every large liberal protest they’ve covered.
Kudos to CBS News and Lara Logan for undermining a widely reported incident in which U.S. soldiers supposedly killed innocent Iraqis inside a mosque.
CBS News chose the day President Bush launched a series of speeches, intended to boost support for the Iraq war, to highlight a poll which found most Americans are much more pessimistic than is the President.
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 Charlie Rose - CBS News
(CBS) Charlie Rose has been a correspondent for 60 Minutes II since the broadcast debuted on the CBS Television Network in January 1999.
Before launching his PBS program, Rose worked for CBS News (1984-90) as the anchor of "Nightwatch," the Network's first late-night news broadcast.
Rose was the executive producer of the PBS series "Bill Moyers' Journal" (1975-76) and served as a correspondent for "USA: People and Politics," Moyers' weekly PBS series on the 1976 political campaign, for which Rose received a Peabody Award.
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 The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio - Terry Ryan
Followed by the laughing, stumbling and good-hearted "CBS Sunday Morning" co-anchor, Martha Teichner, Terry is in the midst of re-enacting a small part of the 10-minute Supermarket Spree her mother won several decades ago.
Every single amoeba in the store is aware that CBS is taping something fun and dazzling and national; yet the TV people don't want to interrupt business and try to be - impossible, as the growing crowd reveals - unobtrusive.
CBS Sunday Morning was there, too, interviewing Bob and others at the Chief who had watched Evelyn go through the store like a buzz saw during the real Supermarket Spree.
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 Friedman's back on CBS' morning beat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
NEW YORK -- Former "Today" executive producer Steve Friedman will return to CBS News beginning Tuesday to head morning broadcasts.
CBS News President Sean McManus tapped Friedman as vp of morning broadcasts.
He'll be in charge of "The Early Show," "The Saturday Early Show," "CBS Morning News" and "Up to the Minute." Friedman has a long list of credits beyond two stints at "Today" from 1979 to 1987 again in the 1990s.
www.hollywoodreporter.com /thr/television/brief_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1002237165   (174 words)

 CBS News Transcripts
Scope: CBS News Transcripts includes CBS Morning News, Midday News, Evening News, News with Walter Cronkite, and Weekend News with Dan Rather as well as 60 Minutes, Face the Nation (1978-1987), and Special Reports.
In LexisNexis use the Guided News Search and search for News Transcripts in the News Category, CBS News Transcripts in the News Sources.
The news programs on the microfiche are separated by pages that say they are the Morning News, etc. Go to the program and page in the transcript that you need.
library.truman.edu /microforms/cbs_news_transcripts.htm   (487 words)

 CBS Morning News Cindy Sheehan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The news commentator said something to the affect that she is still camped out at Crawford Texas awaiting to meet with Predident Bush, but so far he has refused to meet with her.
As I said in a previous post, the local news channels are actually playing the family's response to this hideous "woman"...in all the local news coverage, people are generally appalled by this woman and even in "liberal" Bay Area she is disliked for her shameless, cheap ploy......so I guess there is Hope!!!
I watched NBC Katie Couric purposely this morning to see if they were going to mention that this womans relatives were gainst her and support Prez Bush.
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 Cbs News
WHAT IF A new CBS reality show is turning back the clock.
Breaking world news and commentary brought to you by CBS News...
Denver News, Colorado News, and your source for breaking news, weather and sports.
www.newslan.com /Cbs-News   (473 words)

 Cbs Morning News Sunday
CBS News Sunday Morning anchor Charles Osgood reports years on the air, CBS News Sunday Morning has captured images and
Online news sections of the The Cincinnati Enquirer and The Kentucky Enquirer Fans of CBS News Sunday Morning, the leisurely magazine show with a heavy emphasis on the arts, know that no news is good news.
All CBS News programs produced since February 1, 1990 are available from Burrelle's.
www.fetchmypaper.com /stories/cbs-morning-news-sunday.html   (396 words)

 TRAC: TRAC'S SIMON TO BE ON CBS MORNING NEWS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Washington DC  -- Samuel A. Simon, Chairman of he Board of TRAC is scheduled to appear on CBS Morning News on Wednesday, August 4, 1999.
www.trac.org /news/1999/144.html   (449 words)

 Cbs Morning News
A CBS review of President Bush's 2000 Sunday Morning.
Following a basic law of television programming, "If the broadcast was renamed CBS Morning News.
CBS 2 News New York, Building a better newscast.
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