Lester Holt offers a report of the day's major international and domestic news stories each weeknight. In addition to the top news of the day, broadcasts feature human-interest segments called Making a Difference, which spotlight ordinary Americans making the lives of those around them better.
Co-anchors report the morning's top headlines from a set in Times Square. The show features a combination of breaking news, interviews, in-depth reporting and weather. The program covers important issues with key figures from around the world and a wide spectrum of topics, including medicine, finance, consumer issues, computer technology, education and gardening.
For almost as long as there has been television, there's been "Meet the Press." The hourlong Sunday morning public affairs program has featured interviews with countless U.S. and world leaders, and has reviewed, analyzed and discussed the news of the week -- all while looking toward the week ahead.
Hosts Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell and John Dickerson set out to redefine CBS' morning landscape with their lively and original reporting on international news stories and interviews with important figures in politics, business and entertainment on this weekday program. The team broadcasts from a new state-of-the-art studio in New York's legendary CBS Broadcast Center. In a departure from the usual network morning show, "CBS This Morning" does not have a weather anchor.
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.
Anthony Mason brings more than 30 years of experience with CBS News to the anchor chair most recently held by Scott Pelley, offering a weeknight survey of major news stories. Additionally, each broadcast offers human-interest segments as well as interviews with newsmakers.
Scott Pelley brings more than 21 years of experience with CBS News to the anchor chair most recently held by Katie Couric, offering a weeknight survey of major news stories. Additionally, each broadcast offers human-interest segments as well as interviews with newsmakers.
"Dateline" has been a staple of the newsmagazine genre since premiering in 1992. Given how long it's been on the air, the show has an extensive archive of in-depth news stories and investigative journalism. This syndicated version offers viewers another chance to watch some of the show's previous content, serving up real-life mysteries and in-depth investigations from the show's 20-plus years on the air. Cases involving murders and missing people are frequent topics on the series that has won multiple Emmys in the news and documentary category.
Anchored by Lester Holt, "Dateline" is NBC's signature newsmagazine, bringing viewers storytelling at its best by putting the pieces together to present the full picture of real-life events. NBC News correspondents cover compelling stories and issues of the day, ranging from mystery and crime to in-depth investigations and breaking-news events.