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The New York correspondents who got the LA ‘get.’ Andrea Canning, Jeff Rossen and Charlie Sheen

James Goldston, welcome to the morning show booking wars.

On his first day as EP of “Good Morning America” the show got scooped by cross-town rival NBC News. Here’s how it all went down.

ABC’s Andrea Canning got an interview with troubled actor Charlie Sheen at his LA home on Saturday. Canning paved the way for an interview by exchanging texts with Sheen last week about what led to the shut-down of his hit CBS show “Two and a Half Men.” And not long after crews packed up their gear, ABC began promoting the interview as part of a Tuesday night “20/20″ special with excerpts airing today and tomorrow on GMA.

But by that time, NBC News correspondent Jeff Rossen was on his way to Los Angeles with hopes of getting an interview with the CBS star. The Sheen folks agreed to an interview Sunday morning and by Sunday afternoon, Rossen was at his front door. The NBC News PR department went into high gear calling their sit-down Sheen’s “first television interview since his contentious public comments against CBS and “Two and a Half Men” co-creator Chuck Lorre.” Which isn’t accurate since ABC’s interview was 24 hours before of NBC’s.

Anyway, we wondered if this is a story of two highly competitive, rival network correspondents. It’s not so much.

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Today Names New Senior Producer

TVNewser has obtained an email from Today show EP Jim Bell announcing the hiring of Noah Kotch as a new senior producer on the show.

Kotch is a former member of ABC’s morning show, Good Morning America, and most recently was an SP for digital media at ABC.

Kotch essentially replaces Noah Oppenheim, who left the network in June to take a role with Reveille Entertainment. Oppenheim served as SP of the 7am hour; Bell writes Kotch’s, “focus will be on, but not limited to, the 7am hour.”

Click continued to see the full email from Bell to the Today show staff…

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