NEW YORK (AP) — Former NBC “Meet the Press” moderator David Gregory is joining CNN as a Washington-based political analyst. CNN said Monday that Gregory will appear primarily on “New Day,” the network’s morning news show. Gregory left NBC News after 20 years in 2014. The network’s management, concerned about fading ratings on a […]
Last summer, Gregory was let go from his gig as host of NBC’s Meet the Press. Here’s an inside look at his fall from the top — and what it says about the state of TV news.
NEW YORK (AP) — NBC News correspondent Andrea Mitchell has paid tribute on “Meet the Press” to its abruptly departed host, David Gregory. Mitchell told viewers Sunday that the long-running public-affairs show has made a lot of history and that a large share was made with Gregory at the helm. She said Gregory had been […]
The announcement of Chuck Todd’s appointment Thursday by NBC News President Deborah Turness ended months of speculation that David Gregory’s time was running out on the program, which during his tenure has fallen from first to third place, ranking behind CBS’s Face the Nation and ABC’s This Week.
NBC will name Chuck Todd the new host of Meet the Press as soon as this afternoon, according to people with direct knowledge of the network’s plans.
As rumors swirl that David Gregory could be replaced as host of NBC’s Meet the Press, the embattled anchor may already be lining up his next move: He was seen meeting at CNN last Thursday.
The Daily Beast‘s Lloyd Grove says three NBC players are vying for David Gregory’s job hosting Meet the Press. The network denies Gregory’s out, but Grove says that after multiple conversations he’s had with people inside and outside NBC “it was taken as a given that Gregory is toast.”
The network tried to shoot down rumors that the Meet the Press host is losing his job, callilng the most recent report “false.” The Sunday morning talk show is stuck in third place, sparking speculation that Chuck Todd could take Gregory’s place.
NBC News President Deborah Turness sent a memo to network staff on Thursday reiterating her support for embattled Meet The Press host David Gregory and criticizing recent press coverage about him as “ludicrous.”
If Meet the Press moderator David Gregory were a guest on his own show, he knows the kinds of questions he’d be asked. Why have your ratings been falling? Is the show in trouble? Is your job in trouble?
NBC News President Deborah Turness is in Washington this week and will meet with Meet the Press host David Gregory and executive producer Rob Yarin to discuss changes to the format of the show, network sources say.
The 42-year-old Gregory began as host of the Sunday morning public-affairs program in December 2008. He succeeded the late Tim Russert.
The D.C. police confirmed reports Wednesday that they are looking into an incident in which David Gregory, the host of NBC’s Meet the Press, displayed what he described as a high-capacity ammunition magazine. In its firearms regulations, the The D.C. Code stipulates that “No person in the District shall possess, sell or transfer any large capacity ammunition feeding device” whether or not it is attached to a firearm.
NBC is slamming a report that the network is unhappy with Meet the Press host David Gregory and may fire him. The iPad news service The Daily reported Monday that Gregory is in danger because his Sunday morning show, which has been on top of the ratings for years, has been beaten nearly half the time in total viewers by CBS’s Face the Nation over the past year.
NBC’s Washington O&O will follow up its Sunday broadcast of Meet the Press with Press Pass, which is a Web feature that was created in April as an additional interview venue for David Gregory.