November 16, 2011 |
CBS moved Tuesday to reinvigorate its perennially-third-place morning news program, introducing two familiar personalities to help anchor the show and promising a broadcast with less fluff. The new, yet-to-be-named show, scheduled to debut Jan. 9, will feature PBS late-night oracle Charlie Rose and Gayle King, best known as personal and professional sidekick to Oprah Winfrey. Erica Hill, already host of the network's "The Early Show," will remain in place as the third member of the anchor team.
March 15, 2010
The Early Show Bobby Flay. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Michael Lewis; Todd Bridges; Jason Priestley; Bethenny Frankel; Jeff Daniels. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC Live With Regis and Kelly Jennifer Aniston; The Script performs. (N) 9 a.m. KABC The View Jessica Simpson. (N) 10 a.m. KABC The Doctors Liz Vaccariello, editor in chief of Prevention magazine, joins the doctors to discuss home remedies for common ailments; secrets for youthful skin; curing sore muscles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 22, 2008 |
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa informed a national television audience this week that he intended to seek a second term in the city's top post while giving some of his most personal remarks to date about the political fallout from his extramarital affair. But Villaraigosa, who informally has discussed his reelection intentions off and on for a couple of months, did not say directly whether he would run for governor in 2010, one year after the mayoral election.
August 31, 2007 |
Shia LaBEOUF fantasizing about sex with a Transformer, Amy Poehler advising viewers to "get stoned" before her film "Blades of Glory" because "it'll be funnier," and Robin Williams lobbing F-bombs in foreign accents for "The Night Listener" doesn't sound like studio-sanctioned movie publicity. But in the free-for-all world of the Internet, that's exactly what it is. No Good Television is a YouTube.
May 26, 2006 |
Charlie Rose is recovering from the heart operation he underwent in Paris in March but says he hopes to return to his PBS talk show next month. He's grateful things aren't worse. "You're talking to someone who's very, very lucky. It could have gone the other way," Rose, 64, told the Daily Dispatch of Henderson, N.C., his hometown. Rose, who lives in New York City, said he's spending his time reading, walking, visiting with friends and dining out.
March 30, 2006 |
Charlie Rose, host of the PBS interview program of the same name, was to undergo heart surgery in Paris on Wednesday and will be away from the show for several weeks to recuperate, a spokesman for the late-night host said. Rose was admitted to the Georges-Pompidou European Hospital on Saturday, a day after he was examined by cardiologists there, spokesman Howard Rubenstein said. He'd experienced shortness of breath while working in Syria last week, the spokesman added.