Nbc Today Show

December 14, 2010 by Post Team 

Nbc Today Show, NBC Today Show was the morning show No. 1 a week for the last 15 years or 783 weeks. This season, the show averaged 5.3 million viewers, about one million more than ABC’s Good Morning America, the morning show No. 2, reports Poynter Online. The closest GMA is now come to move beyond the past 15 years occurred in 2005 when the ABC show increased slightly within 43,000 viewers of NBC. This challenge “certainly woke us up,” explains executive producer of the series. “He made us look at ourselves and how we were doing the show and change a few things. We reinvigorate. We knew we had to fight for each viewer and each reservation.”

NBCU chief Jeff Zucker estimates out today and pulled in 3 million dollars in pure profit for the network over the past 15 years. CBS, the first network prime time this season, hopes to make a run at NBC with his offering of the day, The Early Show. CBS has announced changes to the team in the air, as of January 3. Erica Hill and Chris Wragge will be the new co-anchors of the Early Show, with Jeff Glor serving as news anchor of the show, while the current distribution, Harry Smith, Maggie Rodriguez and Dave Price will be ousted program, even if they remain with the network in different roles.

Sean McMa**s, president of CBS News and Sports, says the Early Show is an important part of CBS News, and that the network focuses on how to continuously improve the performance. The new team is a “great combination” that will bring “dynamism, intelligence and warmth that I think America will grow to love.”

The new co-anchors have joined as co-anchors the Saturday edition of the Early Show since 2008.

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