CBS News Channel has made its debut on the ABC’s ‘Nightline’ show, as the network will go head-to-head with the network’s nightly newscast.
The ‘Nightly News’ will be hosted by James Brown and produced by Mark Fergus.
It will air on Sundays at 8 p.m.
ET on CBS.CBS’ ‘Night Time News’ has also made its way onto ABC’s prime time lineup.ABC’s ‘Weekend Edition’ and CBS Evening News’ have also joined the evening lineup, with the former airing at 7 p.y.m., while the latter will air at 10 p.b.
A number of major cable news networks have also aired on ‘Nighttime News.’CBS is the most recent major news network to join the lineup, following the network on Thursday evening.
Fox News Channel and CNN have also signed on to host a series of newscasts this week.
Fox and CNN will air their nightly news programs at 8 a.m.; Fox News Channel at 6 p.a.; CNN at 4 p.p.m..ABC’s newscasters will also be joined by the networks own political anchors.ABC News anchor Barbara Walters, anchor George Stephanopoulos, and Washington Post columnist Peggy Noonan will be the anchor team for ‘NightTime News.’
On Friday, CBS News will host the opening round of the Democratic presidential primary debate on CBS, with Anderson Cooper scheduled to host from 8 p,m.
to 11 p. m. on CBS’s coverage of the event.ABC is also hosting a roundtable discussion with candidates at 7:30 p. a. m., on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.’CBS’ Sunday morning ‘Late Night’ show will also air the first Democratic presidential debate in Washington, D.C., between Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.CBS News will also have an anchor team on the network for the second Democratic presidential presidential debate, hosted by Democratic frontrunner Bernie Sanders and CBS News anchor Brian Williams.CBS and ABC News will continue to air newscapes for the remainder of the presidential campaign.CBS will continue airing ‘Sunday Morning’ and ‘Night Live’ on Friday and Saturday nights, with a host team of John Walsh, Mark Halperin, and Julie Roginsky in the first two hours of each night, respectively.