This was the program’s second-largest viewer delivery season-to-date.
On Feb. 22, CBS THIS MORNING: SATURDAY gained +40% in adults 25-54
On Thursday, both NBC's Today and CBS This Morning were eager to promote MSNBC's town hall infomercial that allowed President Obama to push his executive overreach on illegal immigration and slam his opponents.
Wyatt Andrews revealed the details of a new scandal at the Department of Veterans Affairs on Wednesday's CBS This Morning. Andrews zeroed in on how the veterans' benefits office in Oakland, California simply ignored "more than 13,000...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, both CBS This Morning and NBC’s Today did their best to promote a recent speech by Hillary Clinton in Silicon Valley in which the former First Lady stressed the importance of gender pay equity in the workforce.
On Monday, both NBC's Today and CBS This Morning used a terrorist threat against the Mall of America in Minneapolis to hit the Republican Congress over the Department of Homeland Security funding fight.
For the fifth day in a row, the “big three” (ABC, CBS, and NBC) networks have obsessed over comments made by former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani in which he questioned President Obama’s love of America.
One day after Ash Wednesday marked the beginning of Lent, Thursday's CBS This Morning decided to make a resolved two-month old controversy at a San Francisco Catholic school a national news story. Co-host Norah O'Donnell teased the segment: "Controversy at American Catholic archdiocese. Show More Summary
For the week ending Feb. 13, CBS THIS MORNING posted the Network’s largest viewership in the time slot in more than 10 years (since the week ending Feb. 6, 2004).
“CBS This Morning” had its biggest audience in 11 years last week, since the week of Feb. 6, 2004. “CTM” was also the only morning show to grow compared to the same week last year. The CBS morning show, which remains in third place behind “Good Morning America” and “Today,” was up +9% in viewers and up +2% in the A25-54 demo. Show More Summary
“CBS This Morning” co-hosts Charlie Rose and Gayle King have signed long-term contracts with CBS News, CNN’s Brian Stelter reports. The third co-host, Norah O’Donnell, is in the midst of her CBS deal. The 3-hour film adaption of Bill O’Reilly‘s “Killing Jesus” premieres Palm Sunday, March 29, at 8pmET/PT on National Geographic Channel. Show More Summary
Meteorologist Jim Cantore's enthusiastic response to witnessing six episodes of thundersnow over the weekend is getting a huge online response. Cantore joins "CBS This Morning" from Plymouth, Massachusetts.
In the newest front in the war against fraud, the card giant wants to put an app on your smartphone to track your location. CNET's Tim Stevens joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new app.
The legality of reselling music, books, games and other copyrighted material purchased online may soon involve Congress. CBS News legal expert Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to explain what's at stake.
The weather that affects us here on Earth is all driven by energetic weather 93 million miles away on the sun. Now, we have a tool to keep an eye on it. Time magazine senior science editor Jeffrey Kluger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why it's important.
“CBS Evening News” anchor and managing editor, Scott Pelley, joined “CBS This Morning” in the wake of yesterday’s tragic news of the fatal car accident that killed legendary CBS corespondent, Bob Simon. Simon was “a man of enormous courage,”...Show More Summary
Two-thirds of Americans in relationships say it's harder to talk to their partner about money than sex, a poll finds. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to look at couples' financial planning.
When "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell asked the chief executive of Zillow recently about the accuracy of the website's automated property value estimates — known as Zestimates — she touched on one of the most sensitive perception gaps in American real estate.
Car culture in America may have peaked, as the driving and the number of vehicles owned per driver are down. Tim Fernholz, a reporter for online publication Quartz, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the decline and what the auto industry is doing to combat it.
For the week ending Jan. 30, CBS THIS MORNING was the only network morning broadcast to post gains in total viewers (+2%, 3.48m from 3.42m) compared to the same week last year,