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WASHINGTON, May 3 /PRNewswire/ -- NBC's Meet the Press, the longest-running television show in worldwide broadcasting history, launched a new set designed by Clickspring Design on Sunday, May 2. Host David Gregory interviewed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the debut. Mr.
LACONIA, N.H., Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- In the United States alone, it is estimated that up to four million people carry the Hepatitis C virus. More common than HIV, the Hepatitis C infection rate is expected to continue to rise.
NBC News announced Sunday that David Gregory has been made the host of the network's Meet the Press program. The 38-year-old chief White House correspondent will take over the program starting next Sunday.
The president of NBC News said a decision on who will replace the late Tim Russert as "Meet the Press" moderator should be made in November or early December. Russert died in June of a heart attack at the age of 58. Tom Brokaw has been filling in until a permanent moderator is named.
HERE'S some "Breaking News" from MSNBC: The cable news channel has dumped two of its high-profile yakkers - Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews - from the anchor seats of its political coverage. David Gregory, a legitimate news broadcaster, will lead the political coverage going forward.
By Brian Stelter MSNBC tried a bold experiment this year by putting two left- leaning hosts in the anchor chair to lead the cable news channel's coverage of the election. That experiment appears to be over.
DETROIT _ Trying to build a financial bridge to 2010 _ in hopes the economy gets better by then and other savings kick in _ General Motors Corp. will cut salaried jobs, executive pay, salaried retiree health care and 150,000 additional units of annual truck production.
Because primary season lasted five months instead of five weeks, I spent many nights in front of the TV watching voting results trickle in. That's how I got to know Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow, the number-cruncher and the pundit who were hired not long ago to beef up MSNBC's election coverage.
- To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
- An illusion; a trick; a cheat.