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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)
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Charles "Charlie" Gibson (born March 9, 1943) is an American broadcast television anchor and journalist.

He is the anchor for World News with Charles Gibson, the flagship evening newscast by the ABC News division of the ABC television network.

He became anchor on May 29, 2006, when the program was known as ABC World News Tonight. He also anchors the ABC News five p.m. (Eastern Time) Information Network weekday newscast on ABC News Radio.

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