CBS is making sweeping changes to its third place morning program The Early Show.
The network is moving ...
Early Show co-anchor Maggie Rodriguez has given birth to a baby boy.
Early Show's Maggie Rodriguez expecting second child
Michael Tobin Rodriguez Jr. arrived Sunday, weighing ...
On Monday, Maggie Rodriguez, co-anchor of CBS' Early Show, announced that she's expecting her second child.
"The cat is out of the bag: I'm four months pregnant," she said...
CBS News has named Maggie Rodriguez to replace Hannah Storm as coanchor of The Early Show. Rodriguez is getting a shot on the weekday show after impressing CBS News brass with her work as a fill-in and as coanchor of the The Saturday Early Show. "In the past six months, Maggie has proved to be a remarkably good fit in morning news," CBS News president Sean McManus said in a statement. Rodriguez was a veteran of local news in Miami and Los Angeles before joining the network earlier this year. She joins Early Show coanchors Harry Smith and Julie Chen on Jan. 7. Stephen Battaglio
Hannah Storm is leaving her coanchor chair at CBS' The Early Show. The news division announced today that she will move into a new role at CBS News. A former sports reporter and studio host for NBC, Storm joined The Early Show in 2002, when the program moved to a multi-anchor format. A CBS News spokeswoman had no comment on whether Storm will be replaced. But the talk inside the news division is that execs are high on Maggie Rodriguez, a former Miami news anchor who has been coanchor of The Saturday Early Show since June 2007. It's likely she'll be moved over to the weekday program. Stephen Battaglio