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Thirteen years ago today, tragedy struck America when the horrific terrorist attacks took place on Sept. 11, 2001. But even such a heartrending catastrophe couldn't dampen our nation's spirits as the terrible events caused our country come together—as we continue to do so more than a decade later. President Barack Obama, along with first lady Michelle Obama and Vice President Joe Biden observed a moment of silence at the White House early Thursday morning in remembrance of the 13th anniversary of the attacks. "It has now been thirteen years. Thirteen years since the peace of an American morning was broken," the Potus later said during the 9/11 observance »
Is CNN morning show “New Day” finally getting a moment in the sun?
When the Time Warner-owned outlet launched its latest attempt to do battle with “Today,” “CBS This Morning” and other programs aimed at informing the wake-up crowd, CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker billed the effort as a showcase for a new generation of morning-show hosts: former “Good Morning America” anchor Chris Cuomo; savvy Beltway correspondent Kate Bolduan; and popular Los Angeles broadcaster Michaela Pereira. Behind the scenes, the network told advertisers “New Day” would be more like ABC’s “Gma,” minus the soft stuff.
Yet the show hasn’t exactly taken off in the ratings – until recently. In four of the past six months, CNN’s early-day program trumped MSNBC’s well-regarded “Morning Joe” in the audience most preferred by advertisers in news programming, viewers between the ages of 25 and 54. In March, “New Day” topped “Morning Joe” by 7% in that viewership; in April, »
- Brian Steinberg
2 items from 2014
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