That is the equivalent of a whole lot of tweets.
The Huffington Post political editor will take over the widely read Beltway newsletter founded by Mark Halperin.
Except ABC's ratings, of course.
The departing ABC News producer stirred up a lot of commentary with a recent article on her.
The procedure will take place later this week.
It's big news for the network's business reporter.
The Sunday-morning show will gain "international perspective."
There's a 50-50 chance she'll take it.
Or, you know, at least in the same planetary range.
Compare the transition between Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer to that of Conan O'Brien and Jay Leno. You probably forgot the first one even happened.
Last year, the legendary journalist's old home tried to lure her back.
And she kicked Katie Couric's butt, which must have felt nice.
Sorry, Andrea, but we have to disagree.
But it didn't cause a significant dip in ratings, either.
He may start the gig as early as Monday.
The impending arrival of George Stephanopoulos has started a game of musical chairs at ABC.