ABC News Starts Internal Interviews to Find Replacement for President David Westin

Oct 12, 2010  •  Post A Comment

ABC News is beginning the process of looking at internal candidates to replace outgoing President David Westin, reports Marisa Guthrie at B&C

Disney-ABC Television Group president Anne Sweeney visited ABC News headquarters last week in New York, when she met with a few ABC News executives, including James Goldston and Jim Murphy, executive producers at ‘Nightline’ and ‘Good Morning America,’ respectively, the story notes. She also met with Kate O’Brian, senior vice president of news coverage, and had had an earlier meeting with "World News with Diane Sawyer" executive producer Jon Banner, the article notes.

"There has been no shortage of speculation in media circles as well as inside ABC News, about who will take over the news division, which this year endured a wrenching 25% staff reduction," Guthrie writes.



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