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Charles Gibson is the main presenter of ABC World News.

Charles became presenter in May 2006. Gibson previously co-anchored Good Morning America for a span of 19 years; first from February 1987 to May 1998, then again from January 1999 to June 2006. He also anchors the 5PM EST Information Network weekday newscast on ABC News Radio.

Charles Gibson began regularly presenting ABC World News Tonight after long-time anchor Peter Jennings’ treatment for lung cancer forced him off the set in April 2005. On August 7, 2005, Gibson announced Peter Jennings’ death and the following day anchored World News Tonight, eventually being offered the job.

Gibson has two daughters, Jessica and Katherine and one grandchild.

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