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From Yesterday to TODAY: Six Decades of America’s Favorite Morning Show

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“When Dave Garroway welcomed viewers to Today on that day in 1952, he ushered in a new era in broadcasting. . . . It was a place where viewers could turn to each morning to satisfy their appetite for all things news and information. It was a destination for the curious to learn more about what had happened overnight and how the day ahead might shape up. And they would see ...more
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published November 15th 2011 by Running Press
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I have watched the Today Show pretty faithfully since I was in college and Katie Couric joined the morning ensemble. I watched from my hospital bed awaiting the birth of our second child when Hillary Clinton was interviewed by Matt Lauer during her "vast right wing conspiracy" days as first lady. I was making cookies in my kitchen when Katie Couric first announced that a single engine airplane may have flown into one of the Twin towers only later to find out it was an act of terrorism. It has be ...more
Feb 06, 2012 Pat rated it liked it
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This is a great overview of the historic program's early days and rise to glory. After reading this, I have a much better understanding of the hosts through the years, and it's an enduring broadcasting legacy for reasons and in ways that are better illuminated by these pages.

If there is a caveat here, it's that the author can't get nitty gritty about the modern era of Today. While the book delves into the personnel conflicts and afflictions of its hosts from bygone eras, it probably isn't allowe
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