“CBS MORNINGS” CELEBRATES ITS ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY
CBS MORNINGS, the reimagined morning news program with co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson, celebrated its one-year anniversary today from its state-of-the-art studio in Times Square. Below are a few highlights of what aired:
To celebrate one year since welcoming Nate Burleson to the team, Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Vlad Duthiers visited Nate’s home to share a meal, reminisce on the last year and look toward the future. Watch Here: https://bit.ly/3AX6XcL
Vlad Duthiers revealed the personal milestone to the CBS MORNINGS crew that he and his wife, Marian, are expecting their first child, a baby girl! Watch Here: https://bit.ly/3U03GlI
Country music star Jon Pardi was live in studio to discuss his new album, Mr. Saturday Night, and perform his chart-topping song “Last Night Lonely” Watch Interview Here: https://bit.ly/3eiztxF Watch Performance Here: https://bit.ly/3U1QjBB
Condé Nast chief content officer and Vogue’s global editorial director Anna Wintour spoke with Gayle King to discuss the magazine’s 130th anniversary. Watch Here: https://bit.ly/3AVbZX7
Target’s CEO Brian Cornell joined CBS MORNINGS to discuss how Target is handling inflation and recession fears as well as how the retailer is trying to improve diverse representation. Watch Here: https://bit.ly/3D4ukDH
In a follow-up to a CBS News investigation of online mental health app Cerebral, consumer investigative national correspondent Anna Werner takes a look at new concerns about how the platform, which offers therapy and prescriptions, handles people experiencing serious mental health issues. Watch Here: https://bit.ly/3Rq3dr0
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CBS MORNINGS will be commemorating its one-year anniversary throughout the week with even more scheduled special guests, including actress and singer Jennifer Hudson, country music singer BRELAND, General Motors CEO Mary Barra and United States Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall.
CBS MORNINGS, launched Sept. 7, 2021, each day delivers two hours of original reporting, breaking news, top-level newsmaker interviews and artful storytelling from the new state-of-the art studio inside the Paramount Global world headquarters in the heart of Times Square. CBS MORNINGS, with co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson, combines impactful journalism and rich storytelling that leaves viewers more informed, more prepared and more uplifted to take on the day.
Shawna Thomas is the executive producer of CBS MORNINGS.