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Topic - James Goldston
Despite the slow, seemingly bottomless decline of NBC's prime-time lineup over the past decade, the network's other programming remained unaffected. Now there are signs that is changing.
ABC News said Friday that current "Nightline" executive producer James Goldston will slide over to take control behind the scenes at "Good Morning America."
Christiane Amanpour stood on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday in a khaki shirt with a backdrop of Cairo in crisis, rattling off reports from the street in Egypt and noting the presence of flyovers by fighter jets in what she described as eardrum-ripping sound.
"You're going to get all the news and information you need and have a royally grand time," said James Goldston, "Good Morning America" executive producer.
"We've got a show that is working very well," Mr. Goldston told Bloomberg. "We're heading into the fall and the future with more confidence."