ABC's Good Morning America, hosted by former Bill Clinton operative George Stephanopoulos, on Friday skipped any mention of the growing scandal involving foreign donations to the foundation of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Yet, the lengthy program found plenty of time for superficial topics.
In anticipation of Bruce Jenner's tell-all interview with Diane Sawyer, set to air tonight on ABC, Good Morning America played a brief preview of the conversation, in which the former Olympic swimmer and reality TV star opened up about fears as he transitions into being a woman.
Diane Sawyer's two-hour interview with Bruce Jenner airs tonight on ABC, and the anchor stopped by Good Morning America on Friday to reveal a new clip from their chat. When the GMA host asked Diane what is going on with Bruce, she replied,...Show More Summary
ABC’s “Good Morning America” remains No. 1 in the mornings and widened its total viewer lead on NBC’s “Today” by +35 percent week-to-week. Meanwhile, “Today” is getting closer in the A25-54 demo. It came in first last Monday, Tuesday...Show More Summary
It had to happen eventually. As marijuana becomes less stigmatized and moves closer to total legalization, some vendors have started coming out with pot-infused doggie treats. ABC's Good Morning America has a piece profiling some ofShow More Summary
While both ABC's Good Morning America and CBS This Morning on Monday discussed the ongoing scandal of the Clinton Foundation accepting millions of dollars in foreign donations, NBC's Today not only ignored the story but actually portrayed Hillary Clinton as a victim of Republican attacks.
For years, 38-year-old La-Sonya Mitchell-Clark of Youngstown, Ohio longed to meet her biological mother after learning of her adoption, according to ABC’s Good Morning America. So when the Ohio Department of Health released birth records last month for infants born between Jan. Show More Summary
ABC News’ “Good Morning America” finished as the morning’s No. 1 newscast in Total Viewers (5.153 million) and Adults 25-54 (1.861 million) for the week of April 6, 2015
ABC and CBS on Wednesday skimped on the new revelation that Hillary Clinton was pressed two years ago about having a private e-mail server. Good Morning America allowed a scant 42 seconds to the news, first reported in the New York Times, that a congressional committee directly asked the Secretary of State. CBS This Morning did even worse, allowing a mere 14 seconds.
According to ABC's Cokie Roberts, hints that Hillary Clinton may be unlikable can be traced back to sexism. The veteran journalist appeared on Good Morning America, Tuesday, to promote her new book, but the conversation veered into a discussion of 2016. Show More Summary
Despite devoting three segments to Hillary Clinton's 2016 launch, the journalists of Good Morning America totally avoided any mention of the Democrat's scandal involving deleted e-mails. Also ignored was any description of the former senator and Secretary of State as a liberal. Show More Summary
A Wednesday "Good Morning America" piece gave President Barack Obama an open mic to claim that, in ABC's words, "climate change became a personal issue for him when his older daughter Malia, now 16, was rushed to the emergency room with...Show More Summary
In previewing Hillary Clinton’s expected presidential announcement on Sunday, ABC’s Good Morning America turned to George Stephanopoulos, former White House Communications Director for Bill Clinton, to supposedly provide objective analysis of her soon-to-be candidacy.
TVNewser: ABC News is really excited about exploiting Bruce Jenner this weekend! TVSpy: Another tragic tale of morning show anchors dancing. GalleyCat: There is a Kanye West themed Bible available on Etsy. Good job, America.
While CBS This Morning and ABC's Good Morning America both covered the latest problems with the Iran nuclear negotiations on Thursday, NBC's Today skipped the story altogether in favor of touting how President Obama "plays tourist" in Jamaica.
The networks on Monday night and Tuesday morning minimized Barack Obama's casual dismissal of the idea that any nuclear deal with Iran include an acknowledgment of Israel's right to exist. On Good Morning America, Amy Robach quickly touted the President's rejection : "[Obama] is not buying Israel's latest demand concerning the nuclear deal with Iran. Show More Summary
Robert Downey Jr.'s teased announcement revealed as Avengers appearing live on two ABC shows.
ABC News’ “Good Morning America” ranked No. 1 during 1st Quarter 2015 in both Total Viewers (5.541 million) and Adults 25-54 (2.051 million), based on Most Current Data from Nielsen Media Research.
All three networks on Wednesday rushed to defend Trevor Noah, the newly announced Daily Show host who has been attacked for making anti-Jewish, anti-Israel comments. ABC's Good Morning America avoided quoting the tweets. Instead, George Stephanopoulos summarized that Noah is "in the hot seat within online critics saying some of his tweets are sexist and anti-Semitic."
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced the nominees for the Daytime Emmys Tuesday, with the network morning shows picking up nods. “CBS Sunday Morning,” ABC’s “Good Morning America” and NBC’s “Today” were allShow More Summary