Morning Show Shakes Things Up Behind the Cameras

Jun 22, 2016  •  Post A Comment

One of the morning talk shows has made a number of key staff moves behind the cameras. Ryan Kadro, executive producer of “CBS This Morning,” announced the promotions of Diana Miller to senior broadcast producer and Eva Nordstrom to managing editor on the program.

Kadro, who became executive producer earlier this year, announced the moves in an internal memo to staffers, which you can read by clicking here.

“Together, Diana and Eva will help manage all aspects of ‘CBS This Morning.'” Kadro said in the memo. “Many of you have been asking ‘who’s going to be your number two?’ I’ve talked before about my desire to structure things differently. This massive, 24-hours a day, operation requires many of us to be plugged in around the clock. I’m confident that further empowering two people, on different shifts, with different responsibilities, will result in an even more efficient operation.”

Miller will continue to program the show’s 7 a.m. hour and will take on a lead role in running the broadcast. Nordstrom will focus on editorial content and news, according to the memo.

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  1. Now that they have changed producers & editors lets hope for a change in anchors. Time to RETIRE Grandpa Charlie Rose. I’m tired of watching him stumble and bumble for two hours every morning.

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