“ The program will air Wednesdays at 9 p.m. starting in the fall and run into 2024.”
“We don’t have anything set in stone. I’m only considering it because of my respect for Gayle.”
Since 1984 the award, named after the late CBS News anchor, has acknowledged prominent journalists’ achievements and leadership throughout their careers.
“I officially signed on the dotted line. So I will be with CBS a little longer,” King said.
Zucker recently approached the agents for King regarding the possibility of her taking over the network’s 9 p.m. ET hour.
King, who recently celebrated her 10th anniversary with CBS, saw her contract coming to an end this year.
King's fully vaccinated and boosted but reveals she’s “so tired of being tired” and doesn’t want to return home under Covid-19 lockdown.
The New York Post reports that there’s some grumbling from employees that co-president Neeraj Khemlani is “rude” and “micromanaging.”
Psaki was asked about the "dysfunctional" U.S. relationship with China.
Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil, and Nate Burleson will anchor the weekday shows as they dive deep into the day's breaking news along with some feature stories.