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Chuck Todd Replaces David Gregory as Meet the Press Host

NBC News has announced that Chuck Todd will take over as host of Meet the Press.

"Honored and humbled to be in the company of great MTP moderators, including David, Tom and of course Tim. All three taught me so much," Todd shared on Twitter.

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Chuck Todd Replaces David Gregory as Meet the Press Host

NBC News has announced that Chuck Todd will take over as host of Meet the Press.

"Honored and humbled to be in the company of great MTP moderators, including David, Tom and of course Tim. All three taught me so much," Todd shared on Twitter.

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Former NBC News Anchor Garrick Utley Dies at 74

Garrick Utley, a former NBC News anchor and a longtime correspondent for the network, died Thursday night at his home in New York City, The New York Times reports. He was 74.

Utley died from prostate cancer, his wife, Gertje Utley, told the newspaper.

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Utley was a Chicago native, and both of his parents were... read more

NBC News' Tom Brokaw Diagnosed with Cancer

Tom Brokaw has been diagnosed with cancer, NBC News announced Tuesday.

The NBC News Special Correspondent has multiple myeloma, a type of cancer which... read more

The Biz: Chris Wallace Celebrates 10 Years on Fox News Sunday

Time flies when you're making politicians squirm with tough questions. This Sunday, Fox News Channel's Chris Wallace celebrates 10 years in the anchor chair on the Washington roundtable show Fox News Sunday (check local listings). Wallace is the only news anchor to helm Sunday shows on two different networks — he was moderator of NBC's Meet the Press in the late 1980s. He recently took some time to reflect on his run and his days as a gofer for Walter Cronkite.

TV Guide Magazine: You were really the big first name to come to Fox News from one of the traditional big 3 networks. How do you think the channel has changed since you first arrived?
Chris Wallace
: Not... read more

Parks & Recreation Boss on Season 5: How Will Ben and Leslie Fare Apart?

Knope we can, and yes, Parks and Recreation's Leslie did!

After spending the majority of Season 4 fighting her way through a lopsided election against the biggest imbecile in Pawnee, Ind. — you're so pretty, Bobby Newport (Paul Rudd) — Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) is finally a City Councilor. But just as her dreams finally came true, Leslie's boyfriend Ben (Adam Scott) nabbed a job in Washington, D.C., which is where Ben will be stationed when the comedy returns this fall.

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With executive producer Mike Schur and the brain trust behind NBC's Thursday night staple back in the writers' room, TVGuide.com has the scoop on what's in store for Season 5, including how the series will change now that Leslie is in office, how close she came to losing the election and what the distance between Leslie and Ben will really mean next season. Plus: Tammys + The Avengers = Awesome? Get the scoop: read more

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Premiered: November 06, 1947, on NBC
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Premise: This Sunday-morning public-affairs institution is network TV's oldest program, but it's certainly no dinosaur as it continues to be a prime forum for newsmakers (domestic and foreign) wanting to make announcements or test political waters. The series, in which guests are questioned by the moderator and a panel of journalists, began its life in prime time in November 1947.

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