Post Election: News Networks Rebrand and Promote
Just as President-elect Barack Obama is assembling his White House team, the news networks are deciding who will cover it.
ABC News shuffled the assignments of a few top correspondents, naming Jake Tapper, who covered the Barack Obama campaign for the network, as its senior White House correspondent.
The assignment shifts at ABC News raise the profile of Tapper, who was previously senior national and political correspondent.
Martha Raddatz, ABC's point person at the White House since late 2005, has been named senior foreign affairs correspondent. Jon Karl moves from the national security desk to become ABC's senior congressional correspondent.
Major news shows are rebranding post-election. MSNBC has given David Gregory's show, The Race for the White House, the new name 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Campbell Brown's CNN show, Campbell Brown: Election Center, will now be Campbell Brown: No Bias, No Bull.
Who did you turn to most during the election process for information and entertainment?