Reports that Katie Couric will join ABC for a day-time talk show and fill-in anchor work are premature since CBS has the right to match any network offers, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.
One of the most memorable episodes of the U.S. presidential election of 2008 was the much-publicized September 2008 interview that CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric did with Republican vice presidential candidate and then-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
TAMPA, Fla. -- If Alex Rodriguez didn't do as well as teammate Andy Pettitte at his steroid press conference, it isn't totally because A-Rod isn't the best communicator, though that may be part of it. The real problem is A-Rod's story. It isn't as good a story as Pettitte's. And what's worse, of course, is that the story has changed maybe once or twice too often already.
It's been just a little more than a week since America's unprecedented, often heated, 2008 presidential election. Along with Sen. Barack Obama's historic win, Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska made some history -- and waves -- of her own as the vice presidential running mate of Sen. John McCain.
Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin said Wednesday she does not regret her interview with Katie Couric of CBS and wishes she had been more available to the media during the campaign.
One of the questions I'm often asked is this: When today's kids, who love the so-called Extreme Sports -- that's the X Games, like skateboarding -- grow up, won't that mean that traditional sports will tumble in popularity?
Lunacy among our public figures in this country certainly didn't subside over the weeks that I've been away from the broadcast. I've been no less than astounded by the incongruity, the contradiction, the specious and silly public statements by public and political figures over something like a flag pin worn on one's lapel.
CBS Evening News host Katie Couric has revealed the toll that low ratings have taken on her confidence and composure, admitting she has second-guessed her move to CBS at times and even slapped a staffer on set.
While it takes a village to cover Super Bowl XLI -- the game was aired in 232 countries and 33 languages -- it takes only a keyboard and an ergonomic office chair to grade the broadcast. Below, in order of appearance, we offer SI.com's grades for CBS Sports' coverage of Super Bowl XLI:
Katie Couric is finally making her long-awaited debut as the anchor of the CBS Evening News on Tuesday. But while that may be big news on Main Street, analysts say it doesn't mean much for Wall Street.