NEW YORK (AP) — Norah O’Donnell will progress toward becoming stay and overseeing editorial manager of the “CBS Nightly News” and the system will patch up its morning show lineup as it looks to support evaluations on the two projects, CBS News reported Monday.
O’Donnell, 45, will supplant Jeff Glor as grapple of the “CBS Nightly News” this mid year. Beginning in the fall, the program will be helmed from Washington rather than New York as the report concentrates more on stories from “the focal point of power.”
“I consider the inheritance and I consider the historical backdrop of CBS News and that it’s unfathomably lowering to acknowledge this position,” O’Donnell said. “I’m going to give this all that I got.”
She noticed the heritage of Walter Cronkite, who moored the communicate for a long time and was frequently alluded to as “the most confided in man in America.”
Glor, 43, has tied down the broadcast since December 2017 is as yet arranging his future with CBS News.
O’Donnell was boss White House journalist when she joined “CBS Toward the beginning of today” in 2012, collaborating with Charlie Rose and Gayle King.
King, 64, will remain co-host of “CBS Early today,” where she as of late was included in a high-profile meet with vocalist R. Kelly . She’ll be joined by long-term CBS writer Anthony Artisan and reporter Tony Dokoupil.
King likewise tended to reports of pressure among her and O’Donnell.
“I have no hamburger with you and you have no meat with me. It’s two extraordinary occupations for two incredible ladies,” she said.
John Dickerson, 50, who hopscotched from political executive to “Face the Country” mediator in 2015 to “CBS Toward the beginning of today” as Rose’s substitution in January 2018, will turn into a reporter for “60 Minutes.”