Bill Kurtis, Charles Osgood, John Roberts, Susan McGinnis and Anne Marie Green are some former and current anchors of “CBS Morning News.” Bill Kurtis was the first anchor of “CBS Morning News.” He hosted the show from 1982 to 1985. He has also hosted many crime and news documentary shows on A&E, including “Cold Case Files,” “American Justice” and “Investigative Reports.” As of 2015, he is part of “Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!,” a news quiz show on NPR.
Born on Jan. 8, 1933, Charles Osgood anchored “CBS Morning News” from 1988 to 1992. He started as a co-anchor of the show in 1971. He has anchored numerous other shows, including “Sunday Morning,” “Sunday Night News” and “The Osgood File.” Over a career spanning more than 25 years, he has won three Emmys and a Peabody Award, as of 2015. He has also written five books, including “The Osgood File,” “Nothing Could be Finer Than a Crisis That is Minor in the Morning” and “See You On The Radio.”
As of 2015, Anne-Marie Green is the current anchor of “CBS Morning News.” She also anchors “Up to the Minute,” early morning news broadcasts program. She has worked with numerous networks, including CBS 3, The CW Philly and CITY-TV. In 2007, she received the Doris Haire Award.