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MSNBC, ‘Anderson Live’ Vets Tapped As EPs Of ‘Bethenny’

“Bethenny,” an upcoming talk show starring former “Real Housewives of New York” star Bethenny Frankel, is adding a veteran TV news producer and a former EP of “Anderson Live,” Telepictures has announced.

MSNBC senior EP of dayside programming Meghan Schaefer Spielberg is joining “Bethenny” as an EP, as is Terence Noonan, who served in that same capacity for “Anderson Cooper‘s daytime talk show “Anderson Live,” which will not be returning in the Fall.

Schaefer Spielberg has been with MSNBC for 17 years, and was there when the network launched back in 1996. During that time she served as EP for “Ashleigh Banfield On Location” and “Countdown with Keith Olbermann,” among other programs. Noonan was a producer for “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” and “The Dr. Oz Show,” among others.

As “Katie,” “Anderson Live” and now “Bethenny” clearly show, there is life after TV news, particularly during the day and in syndication.

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‘Anderson’ Getting Overhauled, Will Look More Like ‘Live! With Kelly’

Not only is Anderson Cooper‘s daytime talk show going live next season, it is also going ‘Live.’ B&C’s ace syndication reporter Paige Albiniak reports that the show is getting a total overhaul, starting with the name which will now be “Anderson Live.” The end result: a show that sounds suspiciously like the former “Live! with Regis & Kelly,” for which Cooper was a regular fill-in.

For starters: in addition to its new studio at the CBS Broadcast Center, the show will have a rotating cast of co-hosts, and Warner Bros. says it is not against naming a permanent host, if someone clicks. The live studio audience will also remain.

“Our biggest overall goal for Anderson Live is to take the best elements of daytime and put them in a show that works in 2012. Being live plays to Anderson’s strengths, providing immediacy and topicality, which allows us to talk about what is going on in the world,” said Terence Noonan, the show’s executive producer. “Anderson Live is the show that makes you a little smarter, the one that you have fun watching, and at the end of each episode you can’t wait to tune in the next day to see what’s happening.”

For Cooper, it also means that he will be hosting at least two hours of live TV every day, and often more. He will continue to anchor CNN’s 8 PM program “AC360,” which often goes live with updates at 10 PM as well.

You can read more from B&C, here.

Update: Warner Bros. has made it official, much more after the jump.

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Jim Murphy Out at ‘Anderson’

“Anderson” EP and former “Good Morning America” EP Jim Murphy is leaving the syndicated program. With Murphy’s departure, Terence Noonan will oversee day-to-day operations at the program.

“I’m grateful for Jim’s help and his hard work launching the show,” host Anderson Cooper wrote in a memo to the staff. “He’s a good friend and will always be a friend of our show. We have a terrific team in place led by our executive producer, Terence Noonan, and I’m really excited about the momentum we’ve built and the future of the show.”

A Change at the Top At ‘Anderson’

CNN anchor Anderson Cooper‘s daytime show is getting a producer change at the top, according to B&C’s Paige Albiniak.

Lisa Morin, a former “Oprah” producer who joined the program as EP before launch, is departing. Terence Noonan, who has worked on “Dr. Oz” and “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” will come on board as EP in her place. Former “Good Morning America” EP Jim Murphy remains as executive producer of the program, along with Cooper.