Is Diane Sawyer already planning an exit strategy?
Less than four years after taking over ABC World News, the longtime TV journalist is said to be considering retiring later this year, The New York Daily News reports.
"She has discussed with a few close friends and some people at ABC that she is....
Just after Charles Gibson stepped down from ABC's anchor desk, he'll sit down with President Barack Obama.
Charles Gibson's last day on World News Tonight set for Dec. 18
On Wednesday, Dec. 16 (6:30/5:30c), Gibson will interview Obama at the White House to discuss various issues, including...
After estimating she's been on 2,881 shows in 10 years as Good Morning America co-anchor, Diane Sawyer announced on Monday's show that this week will be her last on the morning program.
"You're really giving up...
George Stephanopoulos has been offered the job of co-anchor on Good Morning America, The Washington Post reports.
Sources familiar with the situation say ABC News' chief Washington correspondent and the host of This Week has...
Charlie Gibson, ABC's World News Tonight
Charles Gibson's last day behind the desk of ABC's World News Tonight will be Dec. 18, TVGuide.com has confirmed....
Charles Gibson announced Wednesday that he will stop anchoring ABC's World News Tonight at the end of the year.
Gibson, 66, who has been ABC's anchor since 2006, will retire from full-time employment altogether, according to ABC News. "It has not been an easy decision to make," Gibson said in an e-mail to the World News staff Wednesday morning. "This has been my professional home for almost 35 years. And I love this news department, and all who work in it, to the depths of my soul."
Good Morning America anchor Diane Sawyer, 63, will replace Gibson behind the newsdesk beginning in January 2010 ...
Charles Gibson, Over a Barrel: The Truth About Oil
For the ABC News special Over a Barrel: The Truth About Oil (airing Friday, July 24, at 10/9 CT), Charles Gibson traveled the country to uncover some of the little-known secrets of the oil industry, including why prices have fluctuated so drastically — and what exactly fuels such changes.
"Everyone wants to find a villain," Gibson tells TVGuide.com in this video Q&A, "but the amazing thing about oil is that ...
President Obama is back on prime time: ABC News will present an interview and a town-hall discussion with the president on health care issues next Wednesday.
Obama will host the discussion at the White House with ABC's Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer, who will moderate the discussion with the live audience and take viewer-submitted questions.
The one-hour special will air June 24 at 10 pm/ET on a two-hour ...
Charles Gibson by Ina Mae Astute/ABC, Brian Williams courtesy NBC and Katie Couric by Andrew Eccles/CBS
The "big three" networks are putting ratings wars aside for at least one day in September when ABC, NBC and CBS will each "Stand Up to Cancer" by airing a fund-raiser to benefit research.Each of the nets will donate one hour of commercial-free, primetime coverage to the telethon simultaneously, says Variety. Each of the networks' evening news anchors Charles Gibson, Brian Williams and Katie Couric (whose husband died of colon cancer in 1998) made the rounds on each network's morning shows today to promote the telethon, on which they will all appear as well.The fund-raiser will air Sept. 5 and will feature live performances from music artists as well as appearances from film and TV stars, none of which have been announced at this time. Adam Bryant
Charles Gibson, moderator of tonight's Democratic debate
On the eve of April 22's Pennsylvania primary, Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will clash in a 90-minute Democratic presidential candidate debate from Philadelphia (tonight at 8 pm/ET, ABC). At ringside is Charles Gibson, the ABC World News Tonight anchor who shares moderating duties with George Stephanopoulos. We caught up with Gibson to get his thoughts on the grueling campaign.
TV Guide: Explain the significance of Obama vs. Clinton.Charles Gibson: It's self-evident — we have two candidacies that I'd never thought I'd see. It is the first time since 1928 that there hasn't been a president or a vice president on the ticket for one party or the other. It's the first time we've had anything this wide open in my lifetime.
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