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Couric says she got a “chilly reception” from the cast of her new network’s flagship newsmagazine show “60 Minutes,” for which she also worked as a correspondent.
If “Last Week Tonight” is a newsmagazine, with a main “cover story” and a variety of smaller segments dedicated to shorter “columns” and “articles,” “The Problem With Jon Stewart” is closer to a book.
Anchored by Alisyn Camerota and Chloe Melas, Toxic runs under 45 minutes after commercials and, despite sympathetic framing, adheres largely to the same flashy newsmagazine format that did Spears such a disservice in the aughts.Three New Britney Spears Documentaries Tell a Chilling Tale About the Bystander Effect|Judy Berman|September 28, 2021|Time
In that sense, they are streaming’s answer to popular, long-running newsmagazine series like 60 Minutes and Dateline.How Docu-Mania Took Streaming by Storm, From Tiger King to WeWork|Judy Berman|April 1, 2021|Time
This is a man who left a once-great newsmagazine to work for Joe Biden.A Bad Relationship: How the Press Came To Love Obama More Than Itself|Stuart Stevens|May 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Roberts reports regularly on a wide variety of stories for the newsmagazine program and World News With Diane Sawyer.
Roberts reports regularly on a wide variety of stories for the newsmagazine program and World News with Diane Sawyer.
After 80 years in print, the newsmagazine adopts an all-digital format.
I usually aim to make it to bed by 10:00 and continue reading there—a book or a weekly newsmagazine—for an hour.Meet the Secret Powerbrokers of D.C.: Five Top Women in Communications|Abigail Pesta|January 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST