NBC News said they were being “attacked unfairly.”
The moves come one month after NBC News's senior director of engineering and operations was fired after an investigation into his workplace behavior.
Ann Curry gets the last word… After famously leaving Today in 2012, the journalist inadvertently made headlines in November 2017 when her former co-anchor Matt Lauer was fired from NBC News for allegedly engaging in "inappropriate sexual behavior." At the time, the 61-year-old was "still really processing" the news, as a source claimed she was not "relishing" [...]
NBC fired Matt Lauer from the Today show in November over allegations of sexual misconduct that go back decades, a decision that has done wonders for the daily news broadcast’s ratings and resulted in a well-deserved promotion for Hoda Kotb. Now, Lauer’s longtime Today co-host Katie Couric—who left the show in 2006—is… Read more...
NBC News correspondent Katy Tur, who was a frequent target of Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, urged caution about Michael Wolff’s controversial new book on the Trump White House. A note of caution on Fire and Fury pic.twitter.com/o9OzV7ltWm — Katy Tur (@KatyTurNBC) January 3, 2018 This isn’t the first time Wolff has been […]
Donald Trump had an intricate plan of deception to bed the wives of his friends, according to yet another bombshell revelation from Michael Wolff’s new book Fire and Fury. MSNBC obtained a copy of the book and NBC News’ former embedded reporter with the Trump campaign, Katy Tur, tweeted...
MSNBC anchor Katy Tur examined the implications of Michael Wolff’s bombshell new Fire and Fury book on special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. Tur was the embedded NBC News reporter with the Donald Trump campaign and featured NBC intelligence and national security...
NBC News opened the new year Tuesday by appointing Hoda Kotb as co-anchor of the "Today" show's first two hours with Savannah Guthrie, replacing Matt Lauer following his firing on sexual misconduct charges in late November. Kotb, 53, will continue to co-host the show's fourth hour with Kathie Lee...
Longtime NBC News personality Hoda Kotb has been named the co-anchor of “Today,” permanently replacing Matt Lauer after he was fired in November.
We are HERE for this decision. On Tuesday, it was revealed that Hoda Kotb has been tapped to permanently fill the spot left vacant by Matt Lauer's scandalous ousting. As you surely know, the newsman was fired from NBC News after it was revealed that he demonstrated "inappropriate sexual behavior" in the workplace. Related: Matt Lauer's Wife [...]
Hoda Kotb has been named co-anchor of NBC’s “Today,” taking over the chair of fired co-anchor Matt Lauer. NBC News Chairman Andy Lack announced Monday that Kotb will team with co-anchor Savannah Guthrie for the 7 a.m.-to-9 a.m. segment of the program. It marks the first time in the 65-year history...
Ms. Kotb, a longtime NBC News correspondent, has filled in since Mr. Lauer was fired in November over allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior.
Never one to rest when there are media rivals to attack, Fox News host Sean Hannity took to Twitter late Tuesday night to fire off a cryptic warning to two of his most despised news networks. “One week from tonight i will expose @CNN and @NBCNews news for #EpicFail....
Never one to rest when there are media rivals to attack, Fox News host Sean Hannity took to Twitter late Tuesday night to fire off a cryptic warning to two of his most despised news networks.
NBC News has issued new guidelines to staff in the wake of the sexual harassment scandal surrounding Matt Lauer, America's highest-paid television news host. Lauer was fired on November 28 after The New York Times reported allegations from multiple women about sexual harassment. Show More Summary
The woman whose complaint led to NBC News' firing of Matt Lauer at the end of November is "terrified" that people will discover her identity, her lawyer told the "Today" show's Stephanie Gosk in an interview that aired on Friday. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Larry Gaetano's employment has been terminated. He was senior director of engineering and technical operations, and had been an NBC Newser since 1997.
NBC News reports: Wildfires continued to explode across Southern California on Wednesday as dry conditions and roaring winds turned the region into a tinderbox, forcing thousands to evacuate. The Thomas Fire, as the blaze has been dubbed,...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert’s late-night show will have to update its “Stephen’s Greetings: 2017 Late Show Year in Review” clip job in a few hours after Billy Bush’s first late-night appearance since being fired from NBC News when WaPo made public...Show More Summary
Billy Bush’s second public statement since being fired from NBC News was to confirm the validity of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape.