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30 years in TV news.
In the May 2017 sweeps period, Dateline posted its largest May win over ABC's 20/20 in 17 years.
Served as Pres. Carter's national security adviser.
A daily average of 12 million viewers watched ABC, NBC and CBS's weekday morning shows in May 2017. That's down from the 13.3 million viewer average in May 2016.
The ABC, NBC and CBS evening newscasts all posted audience declines from May 2016.
Five-time Edward R. Murrow Award winner Scott Zamost is joining CNBC as a senior investigative producer. He heads to Englewood Cliffs after almost 10 years at CNN, where he held the same title,
The second annual Multicultural Media Correspondents Dinner was held at the National Press Club in DC last night.
The weekly hour-long program premieres this fall, and will follow a similar format from his Fox News show, which aired on the network from 2008 until 2015
"Sharp, strong journalism..."
MSNBC was the No. 1 cable news network of the night in the prime time demo, while Fox News maintained first place in total viewers. CNN beat MSNBC in the demo from 2 through 8 p.m.
“In a turbulent year for international news, with mounting concern about fake news and social media filter bubbles, more people than ever before are turning to the BBC for reliable, impartial information they can trust."
High-profile performers include Trace Adkins and Gavin DeGraw.
"The gentleman should apologize...there's never a time where a physical altercation should occur with the press. It's wrong and it should not have happened."
MRC refers to itself as "The Leader in Documenting, Exposing and Neutralizing Liberal Media Bias."
According to Alicia Acuna, Greg Gianforte grabbed The Guardian's Ben Jacobs by the neck, slammed him into the ground and started throwing punches.
Will more national advertisers follow suit?
Thanks to Rachel Maddow, MSNBC reclaimed the top spot in prime time among adults 25-54. Fox News remained No. 1 in total viewers.
It essentially splits along party lines.
"Today I say to all of them, thank you for your service."
This morning, Hannity tweeted: "Not giving up at all. I'm working harder than ever to get to the truth the family wants and deserves. Stay tuned."