NBC's Today on Friday completely ignored the revelation that the Clinton Foundation failed to report over $26 million dollars in donations. ABC's Good Morning America allowed a scant 20 seconds on the top. CBS This Morning focused on the unfolding Clinton scandal in general, but didn't specifically report on the latest news.
Another split in the mornings as ABC’s Good Morning America wins in viewers while NBC’s Today show wins another week in the A25-54 demo — its second win in four weeks. NBC can also claim its biggest demo win over GMA since the Sochi Olympics. Today also enjoyed its biggest total viewer and demo deliveries in over two months. Show More Summary
CLINTON/STEPHANOPOULOS STREET ART POPPING UP IN NEW YORK: A reader reports that these pics are all around the ABC studios and Good Morning America Times Square set. Funny, but it seems that people on the right are really getting into this Guerrilla Art stuff:
On Thursday, CBS This Morning acted as an unofficial spokesperson for First Lady Michelle Obama as they eagerly promoted a video of her working out at the gym. For their part, ABC’s Good Morning America and NBC’s Today did not cheerlead for Mrs. Obama during their broadcasts.
Journalists on all three networks, Wednesday, covered Hillary Clinton talking to reporters for the first time in a month, offering a slightly annoyed tone. Yet, ABC's Good Morning America managed to do the story without any Republican critics and with George Stephanopoulos returning to anchor the segment. Show More Summary
ABC on Monday eagerly touted an "exclusive" interview with Elian Gonzalez. Jim Avila, appearing on Good Morning America and World News with his scoop, never mentioned that the now-21-year-old might have been brainwashed with Cuban communist propaganda. Show More Summary
Good Morning America on Tuesday covered the latest details of Hillary Clinton's scandals and her refusal to talk to the media. However, George Stephanopoulos, the man who gave $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation and who "loves" the Democrat, did not anchor the segment. Show More Summary
The relationship between ESPN and ABC’s Good Morning America is ready to flourish as the two Disney companies are taking their collaboration to another level. ESPN announced Mike & Mike would be moving to New York right above the GMA studio and the two shows would share resources. Show More Summary
ABC News has named Jesse Palmer as a special contributor to Good Morning America, where he will “focus on big stories for the second hour as well as news of day and signature big live events throughout the show.” Palmer will continue...Show More Summary
The fallout from the revelation that ABC's George Stephanopoulos -- the co-anchor of Good Morning America and host of the Sunday morning This Week program -- donated $75,000 to the foundation run by Hillary Clinton and her family intensified...Show More Summary
While CBS This Morning and ABC's Good Morning America on Monday completely ignored Hillary Clinton's continued refusal to take press questions, NBC's Today gave the controversy a scant 45 seconds of air time.
In a rare appearance on Good Morning America, former "Cosby Show" star Bill Cosby offered up a bizzare response about his alleged sexual assaults when questioned by ABC News’ Linsey Davis. "I have been in this business 52 years," he said. "I’ve never seen anything like this. And reality is the situation and I can’t speak.”
MRC President Brent Bozell issued the following statement after ABC failed to sanction George Stephanopoulos, host of ABC’s This Week and Good Morning America, for displaying an inexcusable lack of journalistic ethics.
Bill Cosby has generally been avoiding saying anything at all about the rape allegations against him, but he went on ABC's Good Morning America today and agreed to talk at least a little about them: “It’s interesting. When I talk to people they will say, ‘This is a situation that’s...
ABC’s “Good Morning America” announced the lineup of performers for its 2015 Summer Concert Series, with Nicki Minaj and Adam Lambert among the artists who will be taking the stage. It’s the seventh year of the series, with concerts set...
ABC News’ “Good Morning America” announced its 2015 Summer Concert Series lineup this morning, featuring an incredible mix of all the hottest names in music today from the worlds of pop, rock, country, alternative, and hip-hop.
Bill Cosby gave his first interview about sexual allegations to Linsey Davis that aired on ABC’s Good Morning America on Friday. The New York Daily News called it “a bizarre interview.” This was the only time Cosby has attempted to address...Show More Summary
Bill Cosby appeared on ABC's Good Morning America and wound up responding to questions about the dozens of sexual allegations that have been brought against him. But it's hard to parse out exactly what the 77-year-old comedian was trying to say. “I have been in this business 52 years and, I will... Show More Summary
ABC News anchor and former Clinton White House communications advisor George Stephanopoulos issued an apology this morning on Good Morning America...
ABC’s Good Morning America announced its 2015 Summer Concert Series lineup this morning, and it includes everyone from Nicki Minaj to Ed Sheeran. For the seventh year, the concert series returns to Rumsey Playfield in Central Park. Jessie...Show More Summary