I always thought four anchors for that show was a mistake and just unnecessary more than anything. Saying that, what I've seen of Bianna has been impressive.
From that article it seems to suggest only Gayle King will be left at CBS This Morning in the long run. Too much change too soon worries me. Norah O'Donnell is great in that position and while moving her to anchor the Evening News might be a promotion, I worry they're jeopardising the morning show. I also fear that the Evening News would remain underperforming and Norah's been moved for little reason.
I don't see why they'd scrap Bianna because four anchors is too much, only to then also move the rest of the team bar-one.
This is what CBS does every few years they blow up their morning show and since Dan Rather the Evening News.
While that may have been true, CBS This Morning and CBS Evening News under Scott Pelley were successful to an extent to the point where things were improving for them. However, CBS kept tinkering with what was working (combined with other issues) and got to this point.
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