Just this week NBC joined CBS, ABC and HBO in offering live streaming of its programming to computers, smartphones and other mobile devices. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss this change.
One of the biggest questions to come from the cyberattack is how it might effect Hollywood. Derek Thompson, senior editor of "The Atlantic Magazine" joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the potential consequences of the attack.
Earlier this year Wainwright released an album of greatest hits entitled "Vibrate: The Best of Rufus Wainwright", and he is currently in the midst of a worldwide tour. He performs the holiday classic, "Christmas Is For Kids" on "CBS This Morning:Saturday."
Sony is being sharply criticized for deciding not to release their film "The Interview" as a result of the recent cyber attack, which Obama addressed in his year-end message. Julianna Goldman reports from Washington.
The music legend sang "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" for the 21st and final time for Dave Letterman. Vinita Nair sits down with Love to discuss this holiday tradition.
CBS News national security analyst Juan Zarate weighs in on the subject from Washington.
The NYT reports that an internal investigation found the agency mishandled, mislabeled and in half the cases it reviewed, lost evidence. And, the "Patriot News" in Harrisburg, PA says Obama has signed legislation to make families able to save for their children's futures.
Earlier this year Wainwright released an album of greatest hits entitled "Vibrate: The Best of Rufus Wainwright", and he is currently in the midst of a worldwide tour. He performs the holiday classic, "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" on "CBS This Morning:Saturday."
The Roman Catholic Church hasn't been this active in international diplomacy for many years. Allen Pizzey reports on the Pope's influence, and the new direction he might be taking the church.
Millions of people will be on the road this week, and some storms are possible. Meteorologist Ed Curran of CBS Station WBBM TV in Chicago has his eye on it.
At a pre-holiday news conference, Obama discussed his phone call with Cuban president Raul Castro. CBS News anchor Scott Pelley reports from Havana that first-generation Cubans are enthusiastic about this decision.
He was the late night host with an accent as unique as his talk show. Danielle Nottingham reports from Los Angeles with the details.
You might think that Valentine's Day would be the number 1 holiday for chocolate, but it's actually Christmas. Jacques Torres' stores are stocked with edible eye candy, and it all comes from this 40,000 square foot chocolate factory. Vinita Nair reports.
Obama says a mistake was made in canceling "The Interview." And, potential 2016 Presidential candidates disagree on Cuba. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
When airlines introduced frequent flier programs more than 30 years ago, it was called one of the most ingenious marketing schemes ever. Now, its harder to earn miles, and to use them. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to explain how its going to get even worse.
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