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shelley ross



About Shelley Ross Shelley Ross is an award-winning producer who changed the landscape of morning, primetime and late night television over the course of her career. She is perhaps best known for her 17 years at ABC News where she won three Emmys, a Peabody award and other honors. As executive producer of Good Morning America, Ross brought together the legendary anchor team of Diane Sawyer and Charles Gibson. In late 2007, CBS News hired Ross as senior executive producer to relaunch CBS News’ Early Show. During her 23-week tenure, she increased the key demographics of the show by 22%, adding 195,000 new viewers (25-54). This, during a news cycle in which every other daily network news broadcast was down year to year. Before her television career, Ross worked as a reporter for the Miami Herald and Pompano Sun-Sentinel and Ft. Lauderdale News. At age 24, she became the youngest editor of the National Enquirer. Ross has also co-authored three editions of a medical book with a professor of clinical neurology at UCLA which The New England Journal of Medicine called “the best patient-oriented book on multiple sclerosis.” She also is the author of Fall From Grace: The History of Sex, Scandal and Corruption from 1702 to the Present (Ballantine 1988.)