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  • Fantasy team? Victoria's Secret Angels tease Valentine's Super Bowl ad

    Fantasy team? Victoria's Secret Angels tease Valentine's Super Bowl ad
    The Victoria's Secret Angels have a message for viewers on Super Bowl Sunday: Don't drop the ball this Valentine's Day.  The apparel giant's Angel squad of Adriana Lima, Doutzen Kroes, Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge and Behati Prinsloo made their play...
  • NBC's Savannah Guthrie has many more tomorrows on 'Today'

    NBC's Savannah Guthrie has many more tomorrows on 'Today'
    During the commercial breaks on NBC's "Today," Savannah Guthrie's eyes are often focused on an iPhone to check live video of her 5-month-old daughter, Vale, back at their Manhattan apartment. "My husband is really into baby surveillance," the morning...
  • Nation and world news briefs

    NATION WASHINGTON House Speaker John Boehner invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak before a joint session of the U.S. Congress next month as lawmakers weigh legislation that would tighten sanctions on Iran. The invitation to...
  • New Kids on the Block with Nelly, TLC to play Sands Bethlehem Event Center

    New Kids on the Block with Nelly, TLC to play Sands Bethlehem Event Center
    New Kids on the Block, which has transcended its boy band beginnings to become one of the biggest-selling music acts of all time and will celebrate its 30th anniversary as a group this year, will perform at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, it was just...
  • NBC News to bring back Noah Oppenheim to head 'Today'

    NBC News to bring back Noah Oppenheim to head 'Today'
    NBC News is turning to a name from the past to help lead "Today" into the future. Noah Oppenheim, a senior producer of the morning program from 2005-08 when it was No. 1 in the ratings, is returning as the top executive in charge of the entire editorial...
  • Ann Curry to exit full-time duty at NBC News to launch a media venture serving NBC and others

    Longtime NBC News correspondent and anchor Ann Curry is leaving her full-time job with the network after a quarter-century. But she will still be seen on NBC platforms, the company said Tuesday in announcing a partnership with her and the media venture...
  • Ann Curry leaves NBC News to form her own production company

    Ann Curry has negotiated an early exit from her contract with NBC News. The network announced Tuesday that Curry would leave to form her own independent production company that will cover international stories for TV and other platforms. An NBC...
  • Ann Curry to depart NBC

    Ann Curry to depart NBC
    Ann Curry, the veteran NBC News correspondent who was pushed from the "Today" show in 2012 after not being able to strike a rapport with co-host Matt Lauer and the show's producers, is leaving the network to start her own production company, according...
  • Stephanopoulos finds his balance on 'Good Morning America,' ABC News

    Every Halloween the anchors on ABC's "Good Morning America" come out from the behind their desk and try to outdo each other with wild costumes straight from the pop culture zeitgeist. This past year Robin Roberts dressed as an elegant Elsa from "Frozen....
  • TV show 'Jeopardy!' to highlight Broadway musical 'Aladdin,' the third time show gets category

    The actor who plays Aladdin on Broadway has gotten yet another cool wish — a spot on "'Jeopardy!'" Adam Jacobs, who plays the title role in the new Disney blockbuster, will help represent the show Thursday when it appears as an entire category of...
  • In Internet age, ratings show TV news remains relevant

    In Internet age, ratings show TV news remains relevant
    The television news business is trying hard to catch up with rapidly changing technology. Americans are getting more of their news from their Twitter feeds, friends' Facebook posts and websites such as Reddit. There are live bloggers who chronicle...