In an interview as she prepares to step down as news division head, Susan Zirinsky said, “I feel I have given my entire soul into rebuilding this organization.”
Susan Zirinsky is departing, while ABC News is said to be close to hiring a new leader, at a time of reorganization in television news in the post-Trump era.
*Unwittingly, as usual.
John Johnson, a trailblazing Black journalist, lives in the woods now, where he has an art studio and a cozy den that he calls “the nest.”
“Ticking Clock,” a new memoir by Ira Rosen, a former producer for the show, recounts the newsmagazine’s pathbreaking journalism and its culture of harassment and abuse.
Barack Obama’s former vice president will soon have his old job. But he sees deep divisions that no president alone can heal.
On Fox News, the anchor Chris Wallace said, “This is an extremely flammable situation, and the president just threw a match on it.”
“I feel that you both have insulted ‘60 Minutes’ and me by not answering any of our questions,” Ms. Stahl tells Vice President Mike Pence.
Two weeks from Election Day, the president picked a fight with the country’s most popular television news program.
She did more than powder noses; she advised on diction and apparel and helped commanders in chief put their best selves forward for television.
As the network’s Washington bureau chief, Mr. Small built a journalistic all-star team that included Dan Rather, Lesley Stahl and many others.