CHARLES GIBSON NAMED TO ANCHOR ABC'S WORLD NEWS TONIGHT
ABC's Charles Gibson, shown moderating the presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis on October 8, 2004, has been picked to anchor the news program ABC's World News Tonight it was announced on May 23, 2006. Gibson will succeed Elizabeth Vargas who will be reassigned after maternity leave. (UPI Photo/Files/Bill Greenblatt)
ABC says its U.S. evening news broadcast will be called "ABC World News with Diane Sawyer," starting Monday.
Diane Sawyer hosted her last "Good Morning America" show Friday and is preparing for her new role as anchor of ABC's "World News Tonight."
Diane Sawyer has announced Friday will be her last day as co-anchor of TV's "Good Morning America."
Diane Sawyer is to take over retiring anchor Charles Gibson's post on the ABC Evening News in January, the New York Daily News reported Wednesday.
ABC News announced Wednesday the establishment of youtube.com/ABCNEWS, its own branded channel on YouTube.
Thanks to an exclusive interview with Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, ABC News has won two coveted time slots, U.S. ratings show.
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin defended her change of heart on the "Bridge to Nowhere" during an interview on ABC News.
There were no surprises, no knockout zingers, but also no bloopers Thursday night in Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's first TV interview since becoming the Republican vice presidential nominee.
New York's Long Island University announced this year's George Polk Awards for excellence in journalism in 14 categories, led by a writer for the New Yorker.
Democratic presidential rivals talked tough on going after Osama bin Laden during a debate in New Hampshire Saturday night.
United Press International