CBS News


CBS News is the news channel of American radio and television corporation CBS (Columbian Broadcasting System). CBS News Radio provides hourly news bulletins for myriads of radio services. The service features news regarding the world, politics, sports, entertainment, health, technology, science, and crime. It also runs CBSN’s 24-hour digital news network and CBS Newspath.

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It started operating back in 1927. Its chief, William S. Paley, appointed journalist Paul W. White as an editor of this channel in 1930. In 1933 White assumed the office of general manager in charge and vice president and helped raise CBS news to horizons of success. In 1935, it started its European operations. And in 1941 CBS Television emerged as the pioneer TV station in New York airing only two programs on weekdays. It had been a pivotal service in world war II news coverage.
As per critical recent developments, it signed a content-sharing contract with BBC News in 2017.

Key Personalties:

The former vital personalities who worked under White’s patronage were William L. Shirer, Charles Collingwood, Bill Downs, Eric Sevareid, Joseph C. Harsch, John Charles Daly, Elmer Davis, Cecil Brown, H. V. Kaltenborn, Quincy Howe, Lewis Shollenberger, and Robert Trout.

At present, Joseph Ianniello is the Chairman and the CEO of CBS Entertainment group. Out of 13 predecessors, Susan Zirinsky is the first female president who succeeded David Rhodes in 2019.


The current shows are:
Overnight News
Morning News
This Morning
This Morning Saturday
Weekend News
48 Hours
News Sunday Morning
Face the Nation
60 Minutes

CBS Radio:

First broadcast in 1938, it produces CBS World News Roundup, the oldest daily newscast on television or radio. This Network delivers top-of-the-hour reports, latest updates, and breaking news bulletin.

Contact Details:

Address: 530 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019 U.S
Official Website: