Charlie Rose, a former CBS News anchor, was named a correspondent for 60 Minutes II in November 1998. The broadcast debuted in January 1999.
Rose continues as executive producer, executive editor and host of Charlie Rose, the daily, hour-long late-night interview program syndicated on PBS, which premiered on Thirteen/WNET, the PBS station in New York, on Sept. 30, 1991. It became nationally syndicated in January 1993 and now is carried by 215 PBS stations around the country. In addition, Rose has hosted other outside projects, including a special for the Discovery Channel, "One on One With Roger Payne," for which he won a 1992 Emmy Award.
He has engaged an extraordinary range of individuals for Charlie Rose, from the worlds of politics, literature, the visual and performing arts, science, business and sports. His guests have included South African President Nelson Mandela, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, President Bill Clinton, business leader and entrepreneur Bill Gates, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, Nobel laureates Toni Morrison and Seamus...
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