The Media Center’s morph blog inadvertently broke some news today: CBS Digital president Larry Kramer “is rapidly implementing major changes” to make CBS News more transparent.
Quoting the blog: “Kramer says CBS News will soon provide coverage of its internal decision-making processes and meetings, including video and interviews wth reporters and producers, along with online access to video interviews cut from television broadcasts. CBS will also launch an online edition of its fabled (and recently tarnished) television news magazine, 60 Minutes, and incorporate feedback and video from bloggers.”
“You’ll see us morph our news business into a web-centric one. We’re doing what we call the cable bypass. The web is going to be our cable news network,” Kramer said today. But he didn’t say when the new services are set to launch… (Big hat tip to Lost Remote)
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