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Colorado Shooting: Saturday Update

The network primetime shows went off seemingly without a hitch last night, while the cablers went live well past when they normally switch into taped programming.

This morning, the overage continued. On NBC, Ann Curry did appear on “Today,” though she did not co-anchor as NBC said, but rather contributed to a number of stories, following her “Dateline” anchoring last night.

“CBS This Morning” was anchored by Rebecca Jarvis and Maurice Dubois and led off with a report from Jeff Glor in Colorado:

There were also some notable moments on cable news yesterday.

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Les Moonves Holds Court at CBS Holiday Bash

CBS Corp. CEO Les Moonves — sans wife Julie Chen who is fully ensconced in L.A. for her ensemble daytime show, “The Talk” — celebrated with his CBS minions, and the press who cover them, at CBS’ Black Rock headquarters last night.

CBS' annual airing of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" drew 12.2 million viewers Nov. 30.

Several stars of CBS primetime shows were there, including Tom Selleck who stars in “Blue Bloods,” and Christine Baranski and Matt Czuchry of “The Good Wife.” And while Moonves can tout having the most-watched TV network, the stars of his struggling news division also worked the room — including the new front four of “The Early Show:” Erica Hill, Chris WraggeJeff Glor and Marysol Castro. The team will be hitting the road next week, making stops at several CBS affiliates where the #3-in-the-ratings show performs relatively well. (Our sister blog TVSpy reports Wragge’s last day on WCBS is today.)

We talked with show EP David Friedman and CBS News & Sports President Sean McManus who both expressed their confidence in the team. “It’ll take some time,” said McManus, “but this is a good group. I’m excited.”

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