That is just stupid. The man is dead, so what on Earth is the point of including his name in the opening credits?
Whilst he was ill I could understand it, because he supposedly still had some input into the show, but if ABC are suggesting he is contributing beyond the grave in any real way they are slightly deluding themselves.
I appreciate they are devastated by what's happened, but if it's their idea of a tribute to him then it seems slightly inappropriate.
Charles Gibson did an excellent job on the programme last night, by the way.
Well that it the name of the programme.
It's was not
"World News tonight" with Peter Jennings,
" World News Tonight with Peter Jennings" presented by Peter Jennings
Very bizarre but that's the way Americans do things. I was a bit disappointed they didn't replace the usual introduction, "This is World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, tonight with Charles Gibson, Peter Jennings is on holiday" with ""This is World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, tonight with Charles Gibson, Peter Jennings is dead"
The whole thing was a bit self indulgent. Fine for a tribute programme, but to devote almost the entire programme! Jennings would have asked where the news was.