About the CBS News Program

September 2019

48 HOURS

 

33rd season on the CBS Television Network

 

 

ON AIR:

Saturdays (10:00-11:00 PM, ET)

 

 

ORIGINATION:

New York

 

 

FORMAT:

48 Hours is one of the most successful law and justice programs in television history. The enduring appeal of the program is based on original reporting and impact journalism. 48 Hours has helped exonerate the wrongly convicted, helped solve cold cases, and is committed to investigating the most intriguing and compelling true crime cases. 48 Hours has been recognized with multiple Peabodys, Emmys®, RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Awards and the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award.

 

 

PREMIERE:

Jan. 19, 1988

 

 

CORRESPONDENTS AND

CONTRIBUTING CORRESPONDENTS:

Erin Moriarty, Peter Van Sant, Maureen Maher, Richard Schlesinger, Tracy Smith

 

 

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:

Judy Tygard

 

 

EXECUTIVE STORY EDITOR:

Nancy Kramer

 

 

SENIOR BROADCAST PRODUCER:

Anthony Batson

 

 

SENIOR PRODUCERS:

Patti Aronofsky, Peter Schweitzer, Lourdes Aguiar

 

 

PRODUCERS:

Ruth Chenetz, Liza Finley, Lisa Freed, Josh Gelman, Paul LaRosa, Susan Mallie, Chris O’Connell, Sarah Prior Judy Rybak, Alec Sirken, Marcelena Spencer, Charles Stevenson, Jamie Stolz, Mead Stone, Josh Yager, Chris Young Ritzen, Murray Weiss

 

 

DEVELOPMENT PRODUCERS:

Greg Fisher, Sara Ely Hulse , Marc Goldbaum, Steve McCain, Gayane Keshishyan Mendez, Michelle Fanucci, Ryan Smith, Cindy Cesare, Tamara Weitzman, Claire St. Amant.

 

 

DIRECTOR:

Rob Klug

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Press Contact:

Richard Huff

212-975-3328

huffr@cbsnews.com

Press:

Richard Huff
212-975-3328
huffr@cbsnews.com