Diana Miller and Eva Nordstrom were named senior broadcast producer and managing editor, respectively, at “CBS This Morning,” a move that shores up the program’s senior leadership after new executive producer Ryan Kadro took the reins of the program in April.

Miller will continue to supervise the program’s 7 a.m. hour, and also play a lead role in running the broadcast – including  staffing, sales, press, research, future planning and more.  She joined “CBS This Morning” in 2014 as a senior producer to manage and program the show’s second hour.  She began her career at CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” and has produced and helped launch programs including “Live from The Couch” on CBS station WLNY, “Anderson” at Telepictures, and “The Seven” at MTV.

Nordstrom will focus on the show’s content, starting her day at 4 a.m.. She will work with the show’s anchor team and supervise live segments in the broadcast. ” Her goal is to identify stories for CTM before they become stories for everyone,”said Kadro in a memo to staff Wednesday. Before CBS, Nordstrom  spent 15 years at CNN as a senior producer at “American Morning” and later as a senior producer for Anderson Cooper at “Anderson Cooper 360.”  She also helped run afternoon programming at Bloomberg.