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Network morning show drama on two fronts

If a co-host falls and no one hears it, is it a sound? Sorry, couldn't resist. But the CBS Morning News has replicated NBC's sinking Today by naming its White House correspondent as Charlie Rose's new deskmate. It happened on the same day that ABC's Good Morning America whipped Today in the key 25-to-54 demographic for the first time in almost 17 years. Won in total viewers, too. Details are on our TV Bulletin Board page.

Also, the Texas Rangers again were the No. 1 TV attraction in D-FW Wednesday in their last game before NBC's Summer Olympics begin their 17-day reign.
Ed Bark