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“60 MINUTES” LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, JULY 31
DEEPFAKES – Bill Whitaker reports on the use of artificial intelligence to create deepfakes, a rapidly improving technology some experts say in the years to come will give anyone the ability to create special effects like a Hollywood studio.
DRAWING TRUTH TO POWER – Badiucao, China’s foremost political cartoonist and street artist, uses his pointed drawings to poke at Chinese President Xi Jinping and his authoritarian regime in public ways. He is best known for plastering large posters of his cartoons on walls all over Australia and Europe and online, such as a depiction of President Xi hunting for Winnie the Pooh after China censored images of the Disney character when an internet meme compared Xi’s appearance to Pooh. His drawings go viral worldwide after he posts them on social media, and he has predictably drawn the ire of the Chinese government. Now exiled in Australia, Badiucao, which is not his real name, was forced to use colorful ski masks to disguise his identity for years. Jon Wertheim interviews China’s artful dissident unmasked Sunday on 60 MINUTES.
KING OF THE DEEP – When Alexey Molchanov broke his latest world record diving to 430 feet on one breath, 60 MINUTES was there to capture the feat. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the extreme sport of free diving and its king, a man making a name for himself and his sport.
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“CBS MORNINGS” LISTINGS FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 1
Saturday, July 30
- Saturday Sessions: Death Cab for Cutie
- The Dish: David Nayfeld
- A visit to the new Jackie Robinson Museum
- The restoration of Alaska’s wood bison
Monday, August 1
- Deb Liu, CEO of Ancestry.com and author of Take Back Your Power
- Maya Gabeira, author of Maya and the Beast
Tuesday, August 2
- Amanda Shires, singer-songwriter
- Sonia Manzano, actress and author of Coming Up Cuban
Wednesday, August 3
- Michelle Tea, author of Knocking Myself Up: A Memoir of My (In)Fertility
- Maggie Hoffman, digital director at Epicurious
Thursday, August 4
- Calvin Johnson, former NFL wide receiver
- Andrew Young and Paula Young Shelton, authors of Just Like Jesse Owens
- LL Cool J, host of Rock the Bells music festival
Friday, August 5
- John Anderson, singer-songwriter
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CBS NEWS AND STATIONS EARNS MULTIPLE PRESTIGIOUS JOURNALISM AWARDS
CBS News And Stations Wins Six Edward R. Murrow Awards KOVR-TV Receives One National Press Club Honor CBS News and Stations won multiple prestigious journalism ...
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“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR AUGUST 14 – 9:00-10:30 AM, ET
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“CBS MORNINGS” LISTINGS FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 15
Saturday, August 13 Saturday Sessions: Fantastic Cat The Dish: Ian Gyori and Rebecca Bard of Alaska’s The Potato Ron Howard, director of “Thirteen Lives” Monday, August 15 Ashanti, singer and actress Ellie Goulding, singer-songwriter
THE MOTHER OF A TEENAGER WHOSE KILLER POSTED IMAGES OF HER DEATH ON SOCIAL MEDIA SPEAKS OUT IN AN ENCORE OF “48 HOURS: THE ONLINE LIFE & DEATH OF BIANCA DEVINS”
Saturday, August 13, 10:00 PM, ET Bianca and Kim Devins; Steven Crimando and Jericka Duncan Watch a Preview Bianca Devins, 17, was a popular social media figure who was murdered by a friend in Utica, N.Y. The killer posted images of her lifeless body online, which went viral. The images were also sent to Devins’ family. Kim Devins opens up to contributor Jericka Duncan about the loss of ...
“60 MINUTES” LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 14
Editor’s Note: These previously broadcast segments have been updated for this post-season edition. RUNNING DRY – Water levels on the drought-stricken Colorado River have dropped so low, the federal government declared an official shortage of the precious resource for the first time. As Bill Whitaker reports, resulting water cuts are hitting ...
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CINDY HSU NAMED ANCHOR OF WEEKDAY 9:00 AM NEWSCASTS ON WCBS-TV AND CBS NEWS NEW YORK
New Daily Newscasts to Debut on Monday, Sept. 12 August 10, 2022 – Emmy Award-winning anchor and reporter Cindy Hsu has been named anchor of CBS New York’s weekday 9:00 AM newscasts that will debut on WCBS-TV and the CBS News New York streaming channel on Monday, Sept. 12. The announcement was made today by Sarah Burke, vice president and news director of CBS New York.
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CBS NEWS RATINGS HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 1
FACE THE NATION WITH MARGARET BRENNAN Delivered 2.6 million viewers, with 430,000 in adults 25-54, for the week, ranking #1 in viewers for the last 23 consecutive weeks (in 44 of 45 weeks FTN aired this season). (
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CBS NEWS’ “FACE THE NATION” IS THE #1 SUNDAY MORNING PUBLIC AFFAIRS PROGRAM IN VIEWERS ON AUGUST 7
FACE THE NATION WITH MARGARET BRENNAN was the #1 Sunday morning public affairs show on Sunday, August 7, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings. FACE THE NATION delivered 2.6 million viewers, with 430,000 in adults 25-54, for the week, ranking #1 in total viewers for the last 23 consecutive weeks (in 44 of 45 weeks it has aired this season). Season-to-date, FACE THE NATION is the #1 Sunday morning public affairs show in viewers for the second ...
ON “CBS MORNINGS”: SENATOR TIM SCOTT ON FBI MAR-A-LAGO SEARCH, TRUMP’S FUTURE AND THE STATE OF THE GOP
The FBI conducted a search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence, apparently related to the possible mishandling of government materials. South Carolina senator Tim Scott joined CBS MORNINGS to discuss the investigation, what it could mean for the Republican Party, his Jan. 6 experience and his new book, America: A Redemption Story. Senator Scott says the American public needs to let the FBI’s search and DOJ ...