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January 29, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

ABC News Capitol Hill correspondent Charles Gibson was named host of "Good Morning America," succeeding David Hartman, the network announced on Wednesday. Gibson has been filling in for the vacationing Hartman, who has been host of the morning show since it began 11 years ago. Hartman is leaving at the end of February. Gibson, who has been with ABC News since 1975, was White House correspondent in 1976, then a general assignment reporter before going on the Capitol Hill beat in 1981.

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