NBC’s ‘Today’ Show Brings Back Two Popular Hosts From the Show’s Past

Dec 27, 2013  •  Post A Comment

NBC’s venerable morning show “Today” is dipping into its past, bringing back two familiar faces from previous years. TVNewser reports that former hosts Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley will join current host Matt Lauer Dec. 30 as co-anchors for the morning.

“Gumbel and Pauley anchored the show together for seven years from 1982 to 1989. The pair reunited on the show — along with several other former anchors — when ‘Today’ celebrated its 60th anniversary last year. Pauley still appears on ‘Today’ monthly with a recurring segment about older Americans starting new careers,” the piece notes.

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  1. Please see the summary of my novel “The Village” that I have written to help educate people about “Epilepsy.” I “created” a character named “Mr. Kevin Bolden” and the name is now going all around the “Country.”
    I want to be on your show!
    Book Summary:
    Kevin Bolden was a man sure of many things but when his corporate job found out that he was diagnosed with epilepsy, the fate of his career and family became questionable. Once The Village, Kevin’s neighborhood, got a whiff of the inequality and unsatisfactory response of his job, they felt an obligation to rally together in efforts to help save his lifestyle and others that could be affected by the unfairness. For him, dealing with epilepsy was one thing, but getting people to understand the effects that it has on the person and their environment was a battle in itself. It would take a Village to win his life back.
    Kevin Bolden has epilepsy, but epilepsy does not have him; especially with the help of The Village!

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