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CBS News Sunday Morning is an American television news magazine program created by Robert Northshield and original presenter Charles Kuralt, and appearing continuously since January 28, 1979 on the CBS Television Network, airing in the Eastern US on Sunday from 9:00 to 10:30 am. The current host of the show is Charles Osgood, who took over from Kuralt upon his retirement in April 3, 1994. The program was originally conceived to be a sort of broadcast version of a Sunday newspaper rotogravure section, most typified by the Sunday New York Times Magazine. The format of the show was briefly copied by the weekday CBS Morning News broadcast anchored by Bob Schieffer as Morning (Kuralt eventually took over the daily role, and was for a short time joined by Diane Sawyer as co-host). However, the show's then-limited 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. ET air time (the long-running Captain Kangaroo was entrenched in the 8 o'clock hour) hampered its ability to compete with NBC and ABC's rival two-hour morning shows, though it expanded to an hour and a half in 1981. The CBS weekday program, now a full two hours on the East Coast, is now known as The Early Show. On Sunday, May 17, 2009, the program began airing in high-definition.