After working for NBC News about 40 years, Jane Pauley has joined CBS News as a contributor to CBS Sunday Morning. Pauley co-hosted Today for 13 years, spanning Tom Brokaw and Bryant Gumbel’s tenures on the program, Pauley anchored NBC...Show More Summary
The year is 1997. It is Bryant Gumbel’s final day as host of the Today show on NBC. Tears have been welling up in eyes, heartfelt goodbyes will be delivered shortly, and a young, slightly shaggier-haired version of Matt Lauer is standing nearby, preparing to take over as host. All is quiet, all is relatively calm.
Yes, Phil Jackson does know exactly what kind of mess he's getting into with the New York Knicks. He described the stench of this franchise so comprehensively during a 2012 interview on HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, you would...Show More Summary
New interviews include Bethann Salei, whose husband Ruslan Salei, a former NHL player, was killed in the 2011 crash
REAL SPORTS WITH BRYANT GUMBEL, TV’s most honored sports journalism series, continues its 20th season with more enterprising features and reporting when the show’s 203rd edition debuts TUESDAY, FEB. 25
UPDATED: He represented such clients as Elvis Presley, Johnny Carson, Bryant Gumbel and Vin Scully. Ed Hookstratten, the legendary sports and entertainment attorney, died Wednesday of natural causes after a long illness at his home in Beverly Hills, publicist Todd Beck reported. Show More Summary
Coming home for the holidays, Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley stepped up to host the "Today" show on Monday (December 30). The former employees, who graced the show from 1982-1989, joined Matt Lauer as they filled in for Savannah Guthrie...Show More Summary
"Today" celebrated some very special moments on Dec. 30. Meanwhile, Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley helped co-anchor the show.
The former co-hosts returned to the NBC morning show on Monday as guest anchors, reading the news and reminiscing about the past. read more
Just a few days after Savannah Guthrie celebrated her birthday on “Today,” it was Matt Lauer‘s turn to celebrate. Lauer, who anchored the show with guest hosts Jane Pauley and Bryant Gumbel today, received a suprise phone call from Meredith Vieira — who also celebrates a birthday today — as well as a Just for Men kit from Al Roker. Show More Summary
The glory days are back for the Today show — for one day at least — with NBC’s morning show
Former Today co-hosts Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley shared in the NBC anchoring duties on Monday’s Today, and Gumbel naturally returned to Republican-bashing form. In a 7:30 pm segment on the top news stories of 2013 as rated by users...Show More Summary
It will be the 1980s all over again when Bryan Gumbel and Jane Pauley return to "Today" to co-anchor the news program.
NBC’s Today show will take a loving look back at when it was tops in the ratings, on December 30, when it brings back former anchors Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley to co-anchor the show. Gumbel and Pauley were co-anchors of Today another...Show More Summary
Viewers of the Today show will wake up to a couple of familiar faces Monday morning: Former anchors Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley will return to guest-host with Matt Lauer,NBC announced Thursday. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Today Bryant Gumbel Matt Lauer Jane Pauley
The former NBC anchors will reunite with Matt Lauer on Dec. 30. read more
The “Today” show is taking a page out of the history books on December 30: former anchors Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley will join Matt Lauer as guest co-anchors for the show. Gumbel and Pauley anchored the show together for seven years from 1982 to 1989. Show More Summary
No, I don't think competitive gaming needs approval from something like Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel. But that doesn't mean common ground shouldn't be reached. The show's recent look into League of Legends was actually decent, I thought...Show More Summary