Savannah Guthrie steps into the giant X-ray machine that is morning television as she settles in to Today's coanchor chair this morning. Viewers will get to know her well over the next few months, but now chief NBC News White House correspondent Chuck Todd — who once shared his beat and a daily MSNBC show with Guthrie — tells us what to expect.
Anderson Cooper, Dr. Mehmet Oz
Jeopardy! has assembled Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Anderson Cooper and Dr. Oz, among others, for the game show's upcoming Power Players Week.
This year's 15 contestants have collectively accumulated 21 Emmys, eight Peabodys, four Pulitzer Prizes and a Grammy Award, in addition to...
As he makes a splashy and controversial start to explore running for president, Donald Trump has been compared to P.T. Barnum. But is the showman really ready to trade in the boardroom on NBC's Celebrity Apprentice — in his words, "a ratings and demographic phenomenon" — for the Oval Office?
We'll find out this month, Trump tells TV Guide Magazine...
Here's a breakdown of what kind of 2010 midterm elections coverage you can expect and where:
8/7c: Co-anchors George Stephanopoulos and Diane Sawyer will interrupt the Dancing With the Stars results show with live updates.
Tina Fey, Bob Schieffer and Rachel Maddow
Not all the winners in a presidential election go to Washington. Some jump into the political fray to get laughs, higher ratings, or their own show on MSNBC. Here's our look at the stars - and one city - that have already won or lost in Campaign '08.
Chuck Todd courtesy The National Journal/NBC
By the time the 2008 race for the White House is decided, NBC News political director Chuck Todd will have the most famous TV beard since Mitch Miller (Google him). Before joining NBC in 2007, Todd toiled for 15 years at Hotline, a newsletter for campaign insiders. The experience gave him a deep knowledge of the political process. Now he's a must-watch analyst on NBC and MSNBC - even inspiring two fan Web sites, VivaChuckTodd.com and ChuckToddFacts.com. Unauthorized Todd-worshiping merchandise is also available online. The Biz recently caught up with the goateed guru of all things electoral.
Tom Brokaw by Ali Goldstein/NBC
Executives at NBC News are still reeling over the death of friend and colleague Tim Russert. But soon they will have to come up with a plan about how to proceed with their coverage of the 2008 Presidential campaign, which includes picking Russert's successor at Meet the Press. While we believe there are only two real candidates for the job, here's what we think about all the names that have been thrown out there.