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Rose to Co-Anchor 'Morning News'

August 13, 1986

Starting Monday, Charlie Rose, host of CBS News' struggling late-night "Nightwatch" interview series, will co-anchor the struggling "CBS Morning News" with Faith Daniels for two weeks, a CBS spokeswoman said Wednesday.

The "Morning News," due to go off the air at the end of December, is being co-anchored until then by temporary substitutes for Forrest Sawyer and Maria Shriver, whose last broadcast was on Aug. 1. Daniels and Bruce Morton have co-anchored the program since the departure of Sawyer and Shriver.

CBS correspondent Fred Graham will fill in for Rose on "Nightwatch" during the two weeks Rose is on the "Morning News," the spokeswoman said.

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