Michael Rosen has been upped to EP of the Saturday Early Show, CBS News & Sports president Sean McManus announced. Rosen, who’s been with CBS since 2005, will continue his role as senior broadcast producer on the weekday edition.
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MICHAEL ROSEN IS NAMED EXECUTIVE PRODUCER OF “THE EARLY SHOW’S”
SATURDAY PROGRAM WHILE REMAINING SENIOR BROADCAST PRODUCER
OF ITS WEEKDAY EDITION
Michael Rosen has been named Executive Producer of THE EARLY SHOW’s Saturday edition, it was announced by Sean McManus, President, CBS News and Sports. Rosen will remain a senior broadcast producer for the weekday edition of the program.
Before that, he had been a senior producer for the weekday broadcast since September 2005, when he joined CBS News.
Before joining CBS News, Rosen was senior vice president of production and news for College Sports Television (2004-05). Prior to that, he was the senior broadcast producer for CNN’s “Paula Zahn Now” (2003-04). Rosen served as a senior producer for special events for ABC News (2000-03), where he helped oversee the networkâ€™s coverage of the war in Iraq. He also served as Northeast Bureau Chief (1996-2000) and assignment editor in the Northeast bureau (1991-96) for ABC News, where he supervised coverage of major news stories, including the crash of TWA Flight 800, the 1996 Republican and Democratic National Conventions, and the 1999 war in Serbia. He also worked for ABC Sports as the chief writer and a producer (1986-1991), which included the 1988 Olympic Games. Rosen began his career at Sport magazine, where he served as a senior editor (1979-86).
Rosen has received three Emmy Awards for his work on the ABC News special about the turn of the century, “ABC 2000,” ABC News’ coverage of the 1989 San Francisco earthquake and ABC’s “Wide World of Sports.” He received two Peabody Awards for ABC News’ coverage of the Sept. 11 attacks and “ABC 2000.”
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