When Josh Elliott left ABC and “Good Morning America” for NBC in March 2014, it seemed like a move that could have substantial repercussions, with Elliott tabbed by many as the successor to either Bob Costas or Matt Lauer. That hasn’t...Show More Summary
On Friday, CBS This Morning actually highlighted the "tough, new questions" Planned Parenthood is facing, showcasing the "latest and most graphic video." ABC's Good Morning America and NBC's Today, despite a combined running time of six hours, ignored the story. Show More Summary
On Friday, both NBC’s Today and ABC’s Good Morning America ignored the State Department releasing thousands more of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails as well as a federal judge demanding the agency do a better job of making all of the former Secretary of State’s communications public.
All three morning shows on Tuesday fretted over Mike Huckabee's comments about Iran, dismissing it as a "desperate" move to boost his poll numbers. On Good Morning America, co host (and Clinton donor) George Stephanopoulos complained...Show More Summary
According to ABC analyst Matthew Dowd, Republicans shouldn't "go overboard" on news that Hillary Clinton sent classified information via e-mails from her private server. Dowd appeared on Good Morning America, Monday, to lecture: "If I were the Republicans, I would let that go. Show More Summary
It was a Bachelor and Bachelorette reunion this morning on Good Morning America. A few of the most popular stars from both ABC reality shows stopped by to talk about their lives right now and also to chat about tonight’s finale as Kaitlyn Bristowe makes her decision on who to give her final rose to. Show More Summary
On Sunday, reporters on ABC’s Good Morning America and This Week repeatedly complained that the controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton’s use of a private e-mail while at the State Department “won’t go away.”
Over the past 9 days, ABC News has spent a grand total of 46 seconds on Planned Parenthood executives trying to sell pieces of aborted babies for a profit. Yet, ABC’s Good Morning America on July 23, found 2 minutes to discuss how a beauty pageant contestant might be posing a threat to sharks.
ABC’s “Good Morning America” finished as the No. 1 morning newscast in Total Viewers (4.398 million) for the week of July 13, 2015, based on Live +Same Day Data from Nielsen Media Research.
Always a lovely sight to behold, Katie Holmes showed up in Times Square, NYC for a visit to the ABC Studios on Wednesday morning (July 22). The “Dawson’s Creek” darling was in the house for a chat about her new season of “Ray Donovan”...Show More Summary
If you think you’re having a bad day, you might want to consider the case of Dan Harris, a correspondent for ABC News, anchor for Nightline, and co-anchor for the weekend edition of Good Morning America. Ten years ago Harris had a panic attack during a routine live TV newscast [...]
CBS and NBC on Thursday skipped the revelation that ObamaCare is particularly vulnerable to scams. Only ABC's Good Morning America covered the Government Accountability Office's fraud investigation and the two-hour show only allowed a scant 17 seconds on the topic. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, the “Big Three” (ABC, CBS, and NBC) networks continued to cheer to “historic” Iranian nuclear agreement during their Wednesday morning broadcasts, but ABC’s Good Morning America and NBC’s Today ignored the four Americans that continue to be held in Iranian prisons.
The number of women in talks to join ABC News’ struggling The View has not quite hit GOP presidential field proportions – but it’s catching up. The news division’s weekend Good Morning America co-anchor Paula Faris just got added to the list of those in talks to become part of a stable of rotating contributor/co-hosts, or non-rotating co-hosts. Show More Summary
On Monday, John McCain, speaking about Iraq on ABC's Good Morning America, said, "We have a lot of work to do and I'm afraid it's a very hard struggle, particularly given the situation on the Iraq/Pakistan border." Only it turns out Iraq and Pakistan don't share a border. Show More Summary
Good Morning America continues as the most-watched morning show, and grew its audience 3 percent vs. the same week last year. The ABC broadcast also had its biggest A25-54 demo lead over NBC’s Today show in five weeks. But in the last...Show More Summary
On Thursday, ABC’s Good Morning America and CBS This Morning eagerly promoted the Democratic National Committee going after Jeb Bush for comments he made about the need to create a workforce with more full-time employees rather than underemployed workers.
Following the lead of ABC’s Good Morning America, the Tuesday edition of the CBS Evening News offered a full report on the growing support among Democratic presidential primary voters for socialist and Vermont Senator Bernie SandersShow More Summary
In the wake of Hillary Clinton’s campaign roping off members of the press at a 4th of July parade in New Hampshire, ABC’s This Week host George Stephanopoulos appeared on Sunday’s Good Morning America to proclaim: “...right now I think the Clinton campaign sees the press, in some ways, as their major opponent. They think that’s where a lot of the trouble is gonna come from.”
The phone rang on an October morning in 1975. David Hartman, an actor and documentary producer, picked up the receiver to find ABC programming honcho David Shanks on the line with an offer. Would Hartman be interested in hosting a new program called Good Morning America? Hartman liked what he heard. Show More Summary