“CBS Night Information” anchor Jeff Glor closed Monday’s broadcast by briefly addressing the most important shakeup at CBS Information with out mentioning his substitute, Norah O’Donnell.
It was formally introduced on Monday morning that O’Donnell, who presently co-hosts “CBS This Morning” with Gayle King and John Dickerson, was taking up as anchor and managing editor of “CBS Night Information” and that Dickerson was turning into a correspondent “for 60 Minutes.” King is about to stay on “CBS This Morning” and will probably be co-hosting with CBS Information’ senior nationwide correspondent Anthony Mason and correspondent Tony Dokoupil.
Glor’s future? Unclear.
“You will have heard concerning the adjustments happening right here at CBS Information about strikes that affect colleagues, the unrivaled night information workforce, and me,” Glor advised his viewers. “The outpouring of help from you has been every part and I thanks for that.”
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Glor, 43, turned the anchor of “CBS Night Information” in December 2017 following Mason’s brief tenure after Scott Pelley’s departure six months prior. He additionally didn’t seek advice from his predecessors by identify in his 40-second remarks however promised to share “much more” about his future.
“I might wish to assume we’re all guided by one thing greater than one second and one broadcast. I’ve at all times needed to do work that issues and nonetheless do. That’s one thing that can by no means change,” Glor mentioned. “I’ve household, associates, and sooner or later, much more to share with all of you. Will probably be nice, I promise, simply as you might be.”