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NBC News has chosen a replacement for ousted "Today" show general manager Jamie Horowitz, the network's president Deborah
The rise in viewers is the first increase local TV has seen since 2008 and a big recovery from 2012 when morning shows experienced
“Well first of all I love it. I hope you don’t think I’m leaving, because I’m staying. Was anyone thinking that I was leaving
The hosts of "Good Morning America" are in a nice spot, what with the show ruling the morning roost—and with star player Robin Roberts one of the most beloved personalities on television.
The hosts of "Good Morning America" are in a nice spot, what with the show ruling the morning roost—and with star player
For more of Norah O'Donnell's thoughts on career success, Sheryl Sandberg, and more, read New York Magazine's full interview
Travyon Martin's parents plunged into the media frenzy surrounding George Zimmerman's acquittal on Thursday morning, appearing
This post has been updated with information from PBS. Charlie Rose will add another show to his already-packed TV hosting
In response to the Times article, a source at "Today" told The Huffington Post, "not sure who this reporter is talking to
Robin Roberts returned to the "Good Morning America" studios on Thursday for the first time since her bone marrow transplant
Don Nash, the new executive producer of "Today," spoke out about the show's ratings struggle in a new interview published
NBC News found itself shooting down yet another rumor about "Today" on Friday. Radar reported that Alexandra Wallace, the
(Note: an earlier version of this story said that Wallace will be the executive producer at "Today." Her actual title is
Erica Hill has officially been named co-host of the weekend edition of "Today," NBC announced on Thursday. News of Hill's
That was the big message coming from every corner of the morning shows, as Hurricane Sandy hurtled towards the East Coast
See how Oprah came onto the show in the video below: "It's day 35 ... and it is a journey, my friend. I am so incredibly
These days, a well-known television personality can publicly announce that he's gay and share news of his engagement, and have the entire news division he works for celebrate, with nobody batting an eye. This is, of course, as it should be -- but that doesn't make it any less noteworthy.