Bill Weir Goes Today
Bill Weir was named co-anchor of “Nightline” in July 2010. He served as co-anchor of the weekend edition of “Good Morning America” from its launch on September 4, 2004 until 2010. Weir also regularly contributes reporting to ABC News’ other broadcasts, including “World News with Diane Sawyer,” “Good Morning America”
Since joining ABC News in 2004, Weir has traveled the planet to cover breaking news and uncover global trends. His in-depth reports on the economic rise of China and India were signature features on “Good Morning America,” while “World News” devoted extraordinary air time to his storytelling from Africa, the Middle East and the South Pacific. Bill Weir took a ride on a Red Bull Air Race plane on Thursday ahead of the weekend’s race in New York and the co-anchor of the weekend edition of ABC’s “Good Morning America” was proud that he did not lose his lunch during the 6g flight over the New York race track. “That was fantastic, unbelievable,” Weir said. “You could see Manhattan and the skyline in the distance and then it’s like this, and then like this, and like this and this. He was taking it easy on me too.It tested my digestive system. I’ve got a lot of respect for these guys.