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For more than 90 years, CBS News has documented the most pivotal moments both in our nation's history and across the globe. Over time, it became clear these stories would hold immense value for generations to come. With that, the CBS News Archives was born.
On Tuesday, May 25, we invite you to join us for our second annual upfront as we hear from CBS News Correspondents and reveal additional services from Veritone Licensing to improve the content licensing experience, with exciting announcements to come.
Register now to secure your spot for an exclusive Peek Inside the Vault.
Co-Host, CBS THIS MORNING: SATURDAY
Michelle Miller is the co-host of CBS THIS MORNING: SATURDAY. Miller joined the broadcast in July of 2018. Her work regularly appears on the CBS THIS MORNING, CBS SUNDAY MORNING and CBS EVENING NEWS. She has also appeared as a correspondent on 48 HOURS. While at CBS News, Miller has reported on many stories of national and international importance. She’s also earned a Salute to Excellence Award from NABJ and was voted Woman of the Year by the National Sports Foundation.
Correspondent, 48 HOURS
Erin Moriarty, a CBS News journalist for three decades, has been a correspondent on 48 HOURS since 1990. In addition to reporting for 48 HOURS, Moriarty’s work is featured on all CBS News broadcasts and platforms, including CBS SUNDAY MORNING, CBS THIS MORNING and CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming network. Moriarty is also the host of the true crime podcast MY LIFE OF CRIME.
Co-host of CBS THIS MORNING
Anthony Mason is a co-host of CBS THIS MORNING. He has been a frequent contributor to CBS SUNDAY MORNING, and his work appears across a variety of CBS News programs and platforms. Mason is one the most experienced and versatile correspondents in television news. He has interviewed presidents and celebrities and has reported on major national and international news events from more than 40 countries.
Director, Archive Sales, CBS News Archive
As the director of CBS News Archive sales Maggie leads a team providing all aspects of content licensing, including research, digitizing and delivery and licensing authorization. Maggie is no stranger to content licensing, having spent eight years as a rights and clearances professional, where she licensed content for use in breaking news coverage as well as across all CBS News programs and platforms including CBS This Morning, CBS Evening News, 60 Minutes, 48 Hours, and more. Maggie helps filmmakers, producers and other content creators bring their stories to life through the iconic images and sounds of the CBS News Archive.
Vice President of Television, Film and Documentary Licensing at Veritone, Inc.
With over a decade in content licensing, Jay has worked closely with all major studios, television networks, and digital platforms within the entertainment industry. His first project was the Academy Award-winning film, Argo, while recently he's had the pleasure of working on Narcos, Billions, Mrs. America, I Know This Much is True, For All Mankind, The Irishman and the Trial of the Chicago 7.
We are always looking to improve the licensing process. Please submit questions or suggestions for Veritone and the CBS Archives team prior to May 14. We will do our best to address as many of these as possible during the event. Additional questions may be submitted to email@example.com.