No significant changes on the morning show front. GMA won week of April 25 in total viewers, Today dominated in A25-54, and CBS This Morning is turning heads with consistent improvement.
Appearing on Wednesday’s CBS This Morning, Washington Post associate editor Bob Woodward declared that the defeat of Ted Cruz in the Republican primary revealed that “Conservatism in America, in the Republican Party, is in a crisis. It just does not sell.” He argued that Cruz lost because “his ideas have not taken hold and they were totally overwhelmed by the Trump campaign.”
During an interview with Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus on Wednesday’s CBS This Morning, co-host Charlie Rose gleefully held up a copy of the Daily News and read the mock obituary on the cover of the left-wing tabloid: “...it says, ‘Republican Party 1854-2016; Dearly beloved, we're gathered here today to mourn the GOP. Show More Summary
image courtesy Michael Vadon, Wikicommons I was watching CBS This Morning today and had to laugh when they brought on their 'guest', reporter Bob Woodward to try and craft an analysis of why Trump had won. Woodward gave a long and tortured...Show More Summary
Nominations for the 70th annual Tony Awards are being announced this morning at the Paramount Hotel in New York during a live cut-in from CBS News’ CBS This Morning at about 8:30 AM ET. CBS will air the awards show June 12 from the Beacon Theatre with James Corden hosting. Show More Summary
The math isn't there and a lot of pundits are saying this is over, and yet Bernie Sanders affirmed on CBS this morning that it's not "impossible."
The journalists at CBS This Morning on Friday were positively wistful as they prepared for Barack Obama’s final appearance at the White House Correspondents Dinner, Saturday night. A network graphic cheered the President “leaving with a laugh.” Gayle King introduced, “They call it the nerd prom. This will be the Obamas's last appearance there as President and First Lady.”
CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning"
In a profile of White House Correspondents Dinner host Larry Wilmore, CNN’s At This Hour co-host John Berman openly admitted (unlike CBS This Morning) on Thursday to Wilmore’s agreement that The Nightly Show is “admittedly liberal” and “trends left” toward “more pro-Democratic policies and politicians.”
GMA wins total audience, Today wins the news demo, and CBS This Morning continues to rise on a week-to-week and year-over-year basis.
Roger Goodell appeared on CBS This Morning today as part of his victory parade to celebrate the league’s courtroom victory over Tom Brady and the Patriots . And while the commish was able to easily answer the softball questions lobbed his way by the show’s hosts, he mysteriously was unable to hear the one question that mentioned concussions. Read more...
On Wednesday, NBC’s Today and CBS This Morning agreed that the Republican primary race was “over” and openly mocked Donald Trump’s opponents. On Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie asked: “So Trump is calling himself the presumptive nominee. Show More Summary
On Wednesday’s CBS This Morning, while co-host Gayle King noted that “a petition against the retail giant Target is gaining a lot of momentum” over the company’s transgender bathroom policy, financial contributor Mellody Hobson dismissed the protest: “You know, it's very hard for these kind of boycotts to work. Show More Summary
During an interview with House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday’s CBS This Morning, co-host Gayle King cued up a clip of Hamilton actor Lin-Manuel Miranda rapping his demand that Congress provide financial aid to Puerto Rico. On HBO’s Last...Show More Summary
During an interview with President Obama in Germany, aired on Tuesday’s CBS This Morning, co-host Charlie Rose lobbed softballs that invited Obama to condemn any European opposition to taking in refugees from the Middle East as “far-right...Show More Summary
Last week Tom Hanks batted away a question about a Trump presidency by underlining U.S. resiliency: "We'll be fine. We've worked ourselves out of holes many, many times," the actor explained on CBS This Morning. "I'm not saying he's going to be President of the United States... I'm gonna ... More »
President Obama spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose about the migrant crisis and his concerns about European unity
"CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose is in Germany with President Obama
Since CBS This Morning debuted in 2012, it's enjoyed steady gains for the network in the daypart. It's the fastest-growing network morning show, in fact, averaging 1 million more viewers than when it launched. That success has much to...Show More Summary
When Comedy Central host Larry Wilmore plugged his White House Correspondents ’ Association dinner hosting gig on CBS This Morning, the hosts absurdly praised him for being a “passionate centrist.” But if a review of his hosting duties...Show More Summary