This half-hour early weekday broadcast features breaking news stories, sports scores and weather forecasts, updated for different times zones across the United States. Former anchors of the newscast include Charles Osgood, Meredith Vieira and Julie Chen.
Formerly known as "ABC World News This Morning," this half-hour newscast from ABC News features live reports from Washington, headlines of the day, an ESPN sports package and "MoneyScope," a regular financial news segment. It serves as a companion to the "ABC World News Now" overnight newscast that precedes it on many stations.
Evening news anchor Scott Pelley, his weekend counterparts, and a full range of news correspondents are featured in this overnight offering that includes highlights of the day's events, stories from the West Coast edition of "CBS Evening News With Scott Pelley," and unique storytelling. The staff will be on hand to cover breaking news and keep viewers compelled and informed.
This early-morning news shows, that precedes local newscasts in many markets, covers overnight events, breaking domestic and international news as well as a preview of the day's anticipated events. The program also presents regular reports from the worlds of business, entertainment and sports.
Emmy Award winner Andy Cohen hosts a one-hour reboot of the original dating show that features single men and women from all walks of life searching for romance. In the unscripted series, singles are followed on three blind dates to see if a match can be made. The contestants then open up about their experiences in front of a live studio audience. Cohen adds his personal brand of cheeky fun and provocative humor as the contestants reveal their impressions of their dates and whether a connection has been made.
Up-to-date information on current events and news from around the world, airing in the overnight hours. Its tone is somewhat lighter than a regular news broadcast, though reports are filed from the usual ABC News correspondents. Weather and pop culture stories round out the reports.
Since 1982, "AgDay" has been providing farmers and ranchers news, weather and market information every weekday morning. The half-hour program covers many aspects of farming to give producers the information they need to make better decisions about their operations. The show's not just about agriculture, though, as it also features regular segments that deal with topics such as food safety, health news, and the people and places of rural America. Anchor Clinton Griffiths leads the show's on-air team.