“I’m very excited,” he tells TVNewser. “I missed doing Saturday nights. I’m happy to be back.”
“The biggest difference is who’s in that chair Monday through Friday,” Glor says. “I think that Scott and his team are doing an extraordinary job. And I think my job is to try to help them hold down the fort one night a week. It’s an honor, and it’s something I don’t take lightly.”
In addition to his “Evening News” duties, Glor will be a special correspondent on “CBS This Morning” during the week. His reporting for “This Morning” will be a mix of in-studio work and on-location travel.
“My charge immediately is to help ‘CBS This Morning’ any way I can, and I’m ready to do that,” Glor says. “I think the set, and the studio, and the team look fantastic. It just looks great. I think people will like what they see.”
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