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It is produced by ABC News and broadcasts from the Times Square Studios in New York City's Times Square district.
The primary anchors are Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, Lara Spencer and Michael Strahan along with newsreader Amy Robach and weather anchor Ginger Zee.
According to two people with knowledge of the situation, ABC executives are potentially open to a plan to buy Elliott out of his million-a-year contract at NBC, and put him back on “GMA,” so he can help the morning show fend off “Today,” which has been gaining in the key ad demo.
If the deal is reached, it’s not clear how soon Elliott would return, but it could mean a reshuffling of talent on “GMA.” A source says executives at ABC News believe the current lineup of personalities — led by George Stephanopoulos and Robin Roberts, along with Amy Robach, Ginger Zee and Lara Spencer — isn’t as gender-balanced as it once was, which is why they are open to bringing Elliott back.
he took a pay cut of more than a million dollars ...
multiple sources connected with both ABC and NBC tell TMZ.
But when Muir fills in as anchor, Benitez miraculously appears in the studio. Gio recently said that Muir is one of his top three “Golden Followers” on Twitter.
And unlike Muir, Benitez has no problem being seen in gay bars.
We're told Josh was at the point of no return when Robin Roberts signed a million a year contract to anchor GMA. VP of ABC News James Goldston confronted Amy Robach -- Josh's replacement on GMA -- and called her "toxic" because she created tension on the set.And if people like Phil Robertson are deserving of keeping their platforms and are even defended and celebrated, then people like Don Lemon, or Thomas Roberts, or Rachel Maddow, or Sam Champion, or Anderson Cooper, or Robin Roberts are also deserving of their platforms and should be celebrated as well.gives us the opportunity to reach a different audience, and better yet, spend a little more time with our morning viewers who want to be a part of the conversation and fun we plan on bringing to afternoon TV.” among total viewers for two weeks -- a feat it hadn't claimed in 16 years. She underwent a bone marrow transplant in 2012 and returned to in 2013.“I was being given life, and there they were,” she said. Roberts began her career in 1983 as a sports reporter for a local TV station in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. In 1995, she also began working as a contributor to ABC’s Three years ago, Roberts inspired millions of fans with her courageous battle against MDS, or myelodysplastic syndrome, a disease of the blood and bone marrow.