The paper said CBS chief Les Moonves told an audience in New York Wednesday he wasn't ready to name a date for the launch of the new-look "Evening News." The network has been working on revamping the show ever since the departure of long-time anchor Dan Rather.
"We want to do it right," Moonves said in an address to the Association of National Advertisers' annual television-advertising conference
Moonves said the plan is still to make the news show faster-paced, with multiple anchors instead of the traditional single-anchor format.
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