New CBS News data shows ‘biggest and best’ CBS News components have gone the way of the dodo -CBS News
A new CBS News survey says CBS News has a new and impressive set of components for the “biggest, best” speakers.
In a ranking of CBS News’ components, the survey found CBS News had “three of the top six best speakers in the network” for a second consecutive year.
The top six speakers in CBS News include John Dickerson (CBS News anchor), John Miller (CBS reporter), Bob Schieffer (CBS Evening News anchor) and John Dickenson (CBS correspondent).
The top six CBS News reporters include Alisyn Camerota (CBS Nightly News), Brian Ross (CBS Sunday Morning) and Alex Wagner (CBS Weekend Today).
The survey also found CBS had “a new and significant voice in its reporting” as it added an anchor, a reporter, a correspondent and a producer for its nightly news programs.CBS News also has three new anchors in its daytime news programs, including Jim Miklaszewski (CBS 5 p.m.), Michael Isikoff (CBS This Morning) — and Jason DeMarco (CBS’ Late Late Show).CBS News has four new reporters and three new contributors to its morning news programs: Mary Beth O’Toole (CBS Chicago), David Begnaud (CBS Morning News), and Mike Sacks (CBS Local).CBS has six new daytime news anchors: Jim Mikloszewski, David Begnan, Mike Saks, John Dickstein, John Miller, and Katie Couric.CBS has 10 new contributors and seven new morning news contributors: Alisyth Camerota, Katie Courico, Alislyn Camerota-Miller, Brian Ross, Jim Miklowski, John Schieffers, Josh Mattingly, and David Schoen.CBS’ CBS Evening News anchors, Michael Isiakoff and Alex Wong, have also been named “Biggest, Best and Most Influential” in the new survey.CBS was also named “Best News Network” in its “Big Picture” category.CBS Evening news programs also received “The Biggest, Biggest and Best” rankings in the “Bigger Picture” and “News of the Day” categories.
In “Bigging Up: A Year in the Life of CBS Evening news Programs,” the survey said CBS Evening programs have made “a significant impact on the landscape of news and opinion in the U.S.,” which it said has been a “powerful force” in changing perceptions of the media.
The survey was conducted between April 7 and 9.
It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.8 percentage points.