'CBS This Morning': Charlie Rose and Gayle King joined by Norah O'Donnell in weekday revamp

The morning show makeovers continue.At the start of the year, CBS jettisoned its "Early Show" format for "CBS This Morning" by retaining Erica Hill and adding Charlie Rose and Gayle King and adopting more of a hard-news approach.Later, with ABC's "Good Morning America" and NBC's "Today" engaged in their strongest battle for the top ratings slot in almost two decades, "Today" replaced Ann Curry with Savannah Guthrie as Matt Lauer's co-anchor just before the Summer Olympics.Now change is coming to weekday mornings again. After the conventions, veteran political reporter Norah O'Donnell -- who moved to CBS last summer after 12 years with NBC News -- will inherit Hill's chair at the "CBS This Morning" table alongside Rose and King. To hear the network's executives tell it, it's the right switch at the right time."It really is about Norah and her abilities," explains Jeff Fager, chairman of CBS News (and executive producer of "60 Minutes"). "In...



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