’60 Minutes’ Gets A Facelift [Headlines]

’60 Minutes’ Gets A Facelift [Headlines]
technology

News program gets re-energized by hiring younger correspondents, adding a weekly online show, and by selecting more stories that will appeal to a younger demographic.

Allie Walker
  • 8 may 2012

The 44 year old newsmagazine program has seen growth in younger viewers by hiring younger correspondents, embracing social media and the Web, and energizing segments with guests young viewers are more likely to tune in for on a Sunday night. NY Times

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