Thursday, January 8, 2009

The surprising NEW way people are making SIX FIGURES on YouTube. . . That story and much more TONIGHT on the CBS EVENING NEWS with Katie Couric



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Americans consumed 76 billion pounds of red meat and poultry in the year 2000, up 21% from a decade earlier.



Tonight On The CBS Evening News

 

Here is an early preview of what we are planning for tonight’s CBS EVENING NEWS from Anchor and Managing Editor, Katie Couric…

Hi everyone,

President-elect Barack Obama pressed Congress to act quickly on his ambitious economic stimulus plan, warning that the consequence of not doing so could be years of wrenching economic decline. Mr. Obama said, "for every day we wait or point fingers or drag our feet, more Americans will lose their jobs." Chip Reid reports from Capitol Hill.

Turning abroad, international pressure on Israel intensified today to halt its attack on Gaza, now in its 13th day. United Nations Relief halted deliveries of food and medicine - humanitarian aid was allowed to be delivered to Gaza yesterday during a momentary Israeli cease-fire - after accusing Israeli forces of killing one of their drivers. Mark Phillips has the very latest on the Mideast violence.

Think YouTube is just an online pastime? Think again. For some video creators, it's a way to make a six-figure income - right out of their own homes. Michelle Miller met one Web entrepreneur who turned a camera and a computer into a full-time job.

Finally, there's no business like show business … but with business slowing on Broadway, shows are finding it's best not to go on. A dozen shows are doing their final curtain calls this month. Richard Schlesinger reports that the lights on the Great White Way aren’t looking so bright these days.

See you tonight,

-Katie

For more information on these stories, please click on the following links:

Obama Unveils Ambitious Economic Agenda
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Hotsheet: Full Transcript: Obama's Economy Speech
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35 Bodies Found In Gaza Battle Zone
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And here's an early look at one of the stories we are working on for Friday’s broadcast:

An EXCLUSIVE investigation. Congress passed the bailout to help ease the housing crisis by buying up troubled mortgages. But now the billions are being used for something entirely different. We'll Follow the Money, tomorrow night, only on the CBS EVENING NEWS.

If you would like more information on any of these stories or the broadcast, please click on the following address and e-mail us: evening@cbsnews.com



Tonight On David Letterman

Join Dave tonight with Actress, Kate Winslet and Sportscaster, Marv Albert!



Friday Morning On The Early Show

Julie Chen, Harry Smith, and Russ Mitchell will anchor THE EARLY SHOW from New York. Dave Price will bring us the weather. Maggie Rodriguez is on assignment.

Along with the top news of the day, we will also have the following stories:

KATE HUDSON: In the new comedy Bride Wars, Kate Hudson plays a woman who shares a life long dream with her best friend, played by Anne Hathaway, for the perfect wedding. But disaster soon ensues when the young women find themselves battling it out for the perfect ceremony. Kate Hudson not only stars in the film, but she also served as a producer. She will join us Friday morning to tell us all about making the comedy.

CAR THAT PARKS ITSELF: The often stressful and frustrating task of parallel parking soon will be as easy as pressing a button for owners of the Lincoln sedan and all-new Lincoln seven-passenger luxury crossover, thanks to an exclusive new technology from Ford Motor Company called “Active Park Assist.”

NEW YEAR, NEW YOU: REVAMP YOUR FRIDGE: Friday morning in our continuing series: “New Year, New You"...a refrigerator makeover. If your fridge looks bare or is overstocked, then you might need a makeover. A fresh start might even help you stick to your diet and budget resolutions. Joining us will be registered dietitian, Keri Glassman.

CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SHOW LIVE FROM VEGAS: CBS News correspondent Daniel Sieberg will join us live from the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas to show the most innovative and creative gadgets and gizmos that will become all the rage in 2009.

DAVE PRICE TRAVELS TO IRAQ: In just five short years, Stars for Stripes has co-produced more than 30 tours entertaining our troops deployed to remote locations overseas. Top name entertainers including Charlie Daniels, Richard Marx, Lee Ann Womack, Dierks Bentley, Diamond Rio, and our very own DAVE PRICE! Many others have generously donated their time and talents in support of our military men and women deployed overseas. Additionally, Stars for Stripes has partnered with numerous military support organizations in sponsoring fundraising events throughout the United States on a regular basis. Dave went on his 6th trip to Iraq this winter and we’ll get a preview of his trip!

If you would like more information on any of these stories or the broadcast, please click on the following address and e-mail us: earlyshow@cbs.com



Saturday On 48 Hours Mystery

Here’s a look at what’s coming up on Saturday’s broadcast of 48 Hours VANISHED, Stolen Beauty:

In Ocilla, Georgia, thirty-year-old Tara Grinstead was a beloved teacher, a mentor and friend to many of her students, especially when it came to her passion. . . beauty pageants. The students sought her advice, as Tara had been a fixture on the local pageant circuit ever since she was a teenager. But as she matured, Tara refocused her energies on a career in education. Everything was going well. . . until October 22, 2005 when Tara went to a cookout a few blocks from her home. . . and hasn’t been seen since. On our 48 Hours broadcast, the Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI) reveals evidence once kept secret -- that could solve this case.

As astonishing as it seems that someone could disappear without a trace, exactly three months after Tara disappeared, another young woman, Jennifer Kesse, vanished from her home in Orlando, Florida. By January 2006, Jennifer was just beginning her career as a financial analyst, and seemed to have everything going for her. . . until she vanished without a trace. Over two years later, her family, friends and police are still looking for her.

Are the cases related? Could there be a common thread in the investigations? And how did two smart, successful women simply disappear off the face of the earth? Peter Van Sant investigates in this special 48 Hours VANISHED, Stolen Beauty.

(48 HOURS MYSTERY airs Saturday at 10pmET/9CT)

If you would like more information, please click on the following address and e-mail us at: 48hours@cbsnews.com



Sunday 60 Minutes

THE PRICE OF OIL -- The historic swings in oil prices last year were the result of financial speculation from Wall Street and not supply and demand, several sources from the financial and oil communities tell Steve Kroft.

THE CHAIRMAN - CBS News Correspondent David Martin profiles Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen.

WYCLEF- Wyclef Jean emigrated to the U.S. as a baby and grew up to live the American dream as a millionaire rock star. He’s now using his extraordinary talents and wealth to help his native Haiti. Scott Pelley reports.



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