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How Bill O’Reilly Continues to Support 9/11 Families

The Hollywood Reporter interviews Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly about his support for a 9/11 charity that helps those who lost loved ones 13 years ago today. For once, it’s hard for anyone to disagree with Bill O’Reilly. The Fox News Channel’s...Show More Summary

Ed Sheeran, Jennifer Hudson, Lenny Kravitz, Pitbull and Train to Perform on 'America's Got Talent' Season Finale

The Final Six Acts Will Perform Live For the Last Time at the Historic Radio City Music Hall Sept. 16 on NBC

Morning Show Ratings: Week of Sept. 1

No. 3 “CBS This Morning” experienced double-digit growth last week, up +11% compared to the same week last year. And with No. 1 “Good Morning America” and No. 2 “Today” also seeing growth (a scant +1% each) CBS’s viewers appear to be...Show More Summary

Brian Monahan Leaving Seattle’s KIRO for WSB in Atlanta

Brian Monahan, meteorologist at Seattle CBS affiliate KIRO, is leaving the station for Atlanta, where he’ll join Cox sister station WSB. “Finishing up my last morning on KIRO7, and my co-workers sent me off with a signed 12th man flag (of course!),” Monahan posted to Facebook. Show More Summary

Jimmy Fallon Beats ABC-CBS Competition Combined; Seth Meyers tops Kimmel & Letterman with Top Rating in 12 Weeks

“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers” have delivered strong #1 finishes

9/11 Coverage, 13 Years Later

The news networks have been providing live coverage of the 13th anniversary of the the 9/11 attacks. The commemoration began at 8:45amET this morning with a moment of silence to mark the moment the attack began. NBC’s Matt Lauer and Tom Brokaw, sitting in for Savannah Guthrie on “Today,” anchored an NBC News special report. Show More Summary

Power Outage Knocks WPTZ Off the Air

A power outage knocked Plattsburgh, New York NBC affiliate WPTZ off the air during its morning news Thursday, leaving morning anchors with flashlights in a darkened studio. Anchor David Schneider tweeted “Power is out.. If we get enough...Show More Summary

The A.M. Ticker: Carney, Scaramucci, Goldston

During his first night as a CNN analyst, former White House press secretary Jay Carney got into it with Sen. John McCain. “You, in your role as a spokesperson, bragged about the fact that the last American combat troop had left Iraq,” said Mccain to Carney. Show More Summary

Reporter Sandra Bermúdez Joins San Francisco’s KSTS

Sandra Bermúdez has joined Telemundo-owned KSTS in San Francisco as a reporter, the network announced Wednesday. “Sandra’s excellent journalism skills will help us deliver the latest information and breaking news to our Bay Area viewers,” said Freddy Oldenburg, Vice President of News at Telemundo 48. Show More Summary

L.A. City Council Honors Kent Shocknek

The Los Angeles City Council took time this week to honor retiring KCBS/KCAL anchor Kent Shocknek, who announced earlier this month he would step down at the end of the month. L.A. council member Bernard C. Parks presented the honorShow More Summary

Cincinnati’s WKRC Shuffles Anchor Teams

Cincinnati CBS affiliate WKRC shuffled its anchor teams Wednesday, with new assignments for Paula Toti, Cammy Dierking, Curtis Jackson, Brad Johansen and new hire Sydney Benter. The Cincinnati Enquirer breaks down the new lineups: Toti, weekend anchor since 1997, will co-anchor the 4 p.m. Show More Summary

Obama: ‘America Will Lead a Broad Coalition to Roll Back this Terrorist Threat’

In a 14-minute address tonight, President Obama announced the U.S. will “lead a broad coalition” to defeat ISIS. In his address, which comes on the eve of the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the president mentioned by name, two...Show More Summary

Todd Dykes Leaving Morning Anchor Desk at WLWT

Todd Dykes, who has been a weekday morning anchor at Cincinnati NBC affiliate WLWT since 2008, will step away from the anchor desk later this month to lead the station’s investigative unit. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports Mark Hayes, who left NBC owned KXAS in Dallas-Ft. Show More Summary

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