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Coverage of Pres. Obama’s Statement on Ukraine

NBC News Obama special report_304x200President Obama will make a statement at 11amET on the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.

NBC News will break into NBC’s broadcast network with a special report from Savannah Guthrie with Chuck Todd reporting. ABC News will break in with Josh Elliott anchoring and Martha Raddatz and Jonathan Karl contributing. Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell will anchor for CBS News’ broadcast coverage.

The big three cable news networks will air the president’s statement live.

>More: President Obama spoke for five minutes, announcing new sanctions on Russian government officials and a Russian bank. He also announced an executive order that gives him the authority to impose additional sanctions on specific sectors in Russia’s economy.

President Obama Authorizes Sanctions on Russian Officials

Speaking from the White House press briefing room shortly before 11amET, President Obama announced he is authorizing sanctions against Russian officials over this weekend’s Crimea vote.

“As I told President Putin yesterday, the referendum in Crimea was a clear violation of Ukrainian constitutions and international law and it will not be recognized by the international community,” Obama said. “Today I am announcing a series of measures that will continue to increase the cost on Russia and those responsible for what is happening in Ukraine.”

The broadcast networks offered special reports, with Matt Lauer anchoring for NBC News, Josh Elliott for ABC News and Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell for CBS News. Fox News, CNN and MSNBC also had coverage of the President’s remarks, with Bill Hemmer anchoring on FNC, Wolf Blitzer anchoring on CNN and Chris Jansing anchoring on MSNBC.

Morning Shows Wear Red For Women’s Heart Health

Anchors and correspondents across the morning shows wore red on the air today for National Wear Red Day, which raises awareness for women’s heart health.

Among those participating: ABC’s Robin Roberts, Ginger Zee, Lara Spencer, George Stephanopoulos and Josh Elliott; NBC’s Natalie Morales, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker and Jenna Bush Hager; CBS’ Gayle King, Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell; Fox News’ Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Heather Nauert and Maria Molina; CNN’s Kate Bolduan and Chris Cuomo; CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin and Sara Eisen; Barbara Walters, Sherri Shepard and Jenny McCarthy of “The View” and Kelly Ripa of “Live.”

As Temperatures Drop, Morning Shows Hit Multi-Year Highs

MorningShowNEWThe network morning shows saw multi-year viewership highs last week as winter keeps a cold and snowy grip on much of the nation.

“CBS This Morning” had its best viewership in more than five years, since the week of Dec. 15, 2008. The broadcast showed the most viewership growth of the morning shows last week, up +20% compared to the same week last year. “CTM” was also up +11% in the demo.

NBC’s “Today,” which begins three weeks of broadcasts from Sochi, had its biggest total viewer audience since the the second week of the London Olympics in August, 2012. “Today” was up +12% in viewers and up +8% in the demo, year-over-year.

No. 1 “Good Morning America” had its most-watched week since November, 25 2013. Before that, you’d have to go back 22 years — since at least September 1991 — to find a week with more viewers. “GMA” was up the most in the demo +17% year-over-year and was up +12% in viewers.

The averages for the week of January 27, 2014:

  • Total Viewers: ABC: 6.154M / NBC: 5.512M / CBS: 3.416M
  • A25-54 viewers: ABC: 2.450M / NBC: 2.259M / CBS: 1.205M


Morning Show Ratings: Week of December 23 & Q4 2013

MorningShowNEWABC’s “Good Morning America” ended 2013 with its most-watched quarter in more than 22 years, since Q4 1991. It also had its best performance in the A25-54 demo since Q1 2007.

“GMA” has won the last six quarters in Total Viewers and the last five in the news demo. “CBS This Morning” had its best Q4 in viewers in 19 years.

“CBS This Morning” showed the most total viewer growth compared to Q4 2012: up +16% while NBC’s “Today” had the most A25-54 demo viewer growth: up +13%. “GMA” was up +12% in viewers and up +11% in the demo vs. last year.

The averages for Q4 2013:

  • Total Viewers: ABC: 5.690M / NBC: 4.975M / CBS: 3.044M
  • A25-54 viewers: ABC: 2.148M / NBC: 2.074M / CBS: 1.034M

Compared to the same week last year, “GMA” was up +5% in viewers and up +10% in the demo. NBC’s “Today” show was flat among viewers and down -8% in the demo. “CTM” was up +2% in viewers and down -13% in the demo during the holiday-shortened week.

Because of Christmas, all shows are based on a 3-day average (Monday, Thursday and Friday).

The averages for the week of Dec. 23, 2013:

  • Total Viewers: ABC: 4.893M / NBC: 4.037M / CBS: 2.609M
  • A25-54 viewers: ABC: 1.778M / NBC: 1.407M / CBS: 829K

‘CBS This Morning’ Team Rings Closing Bell

CTMNyse“CBS This Morning” co-hosts Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell rang the closing Bell at the New York Stock Exchange this afternoon. CTM, which had its 500th episode in November, recently drew the network’s best morning news viewership in nearly five years. “Charlie Rose and some other folks pushing the button,” said David Asman on Fox Business

’60 Minutes’ Has Most-Watched Show in a Year

BezosRoseWas it the Amazon Octocopter or the down-to-the-wire Broncos-Chiefs lead-in?

Either way, “60 Minutes” is shaking off the bad publicity surrounding a discredited report earlier this fall by having its most-watched show since last December, when 19.6 million watched an abbreviated Dec. 16 episode.

Sunday’s show delivered 18.09m viewers, with a 5.2 rating / 12 share in the A25-54 demo. Compared to the same night last year, “60″ was up +8% in households, +13% in adults 25-54, +18% in adults 18-49 and +12% in viewers.

The show, which was the night’s #1 program and the week’s #2 program in viewers, featured Charlie Rose‘s interview with Jeff Bezos who unveiled the Amazon drone.

This is How Your Cyber Monday Purchase Will Arrive at your Home… In a Few Years

On tonight’s “60 Minutes” Charlie Rose interviewed Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos and got an update on the business as it prepares for its biggest day of the year: Cyber Monday. Rose got a tour of Amazon’s Seattle headquarters and even got a fist look at how Amazon plans to stay on the cutting edge. If all goes as planned, in 4 or 5 years drones called Octocopters will fly packages directly to your home within 30 minutes. Rose was as surprised as his viewers when Bezos showed him the drones. “I had no idea what his purpose was,” says Rose in a “60 MInutes” Overtime video WATCH:

Steve Doocy to Joe Scarborough: ‘What Are You Doing On The Curvy Couch?’

ScarboroughFandFJoe Scarborough has been making the off-network rounds this week promoting his new book, “The Right Path.” He’s been on the “Today” show, Charlie Rose‘s PBS show, “CBS This Morning,” and today he went across the street appearing on rival Fox News getting cozy on the “Fox & Friends” couch.

“What are you doing on the curvy couch?,” Steve Doocy asked. Said Scarborough, “If you want to sell books about the Republicans you have to come to the mother ship.”

Will Scarborough be getting back in to politics? See what he told Doocy and Elisabeth Hasselbeck. WATCH:

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Chris Christie is Dressing Up as Savannah Guthrie for Halloween

On the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey governor Chris Christie made the morning show rounds to talk about his state’s storm recovery progress. On “Today,” Christie also talked about Halloween, which he will celebrate this year for the first time in two years, joking with Matt Lauer, “I’m actually going as Savannah Guthrie … I figure if I pick Savannah, I will endear myself to the people of my state, because they love her here.” Watch:

On “Good Morning America,” Christie carefully addressed a possible Presidential run, telling George Stephanopoulos that he’s committed to being New Jersey’s governor for “as long as I can possibly do it,” but adding “neither one of us have a crystal ball and know what’s going to happen in the future.” Watch it, as well as Norah O’Donnell and Charlie Rose‘s “CBS This Morning” interview, after the jump. Read more

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