One of Dunlop Media president (and former CBS correspondent) Steve Dunlop's fondest memories of Scott Pelley was shortly after he took over as anchor of the CBS Evening News in 2011. The door to Studio 57, where the program originates, sported a sign that read "The CBS Evening News With Scott Pelley." The new anchor ordered his name removed, and in its place, the words, "With All of Us."
It's been five years since Pelley's collegial, no-nonsense style began to put its stamp on what CBS veterans still call "the broadcast." In many ways, there is nothing new about his interpretation. Media writer Roger Yu calls Pelley a "deliberate pivot back to the Edward R. Murrow-Walter Cronkite heritage" that viewers still associate with the CBS brand. Courtesy USA Today.