Many weeks into its remote production, news magazine Inside Edition straddles the need to maintain a certain level of polish and the stripped-down necessities of the moment. Host Deborah Norville, for one, would like to see some of the show’s more minimalist new features stick around.
Deborah Norville will be honored on today’s Inside Edition for her quarter-century tenure as the syndicated magazine show’s anchor. She says its enduring popularity with viewers comes from being “in a different lane” than other syndicated magazines.
The Inside Edition anchor will emcee the dinner honoring Tegna’s Dave Lougee and Beasley’s George Beasley on March 4 that will feature a performance by Nile Rodgers & Chic.
Inside Edition anchor Deborah Norville shared a very personal message about her health Monday revealing that she will undergo surgery to remove a cancerous thyroid nodule.
The Inside Edition anchor will oversee the Broadcasters Foundation of America’s black-tie fundraiser honoring Graham Media’s Emily Barr. In addition, Pat McLaughlin will accept the group’s Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf of her late husband Ed McLaughlin.
The New York State Broadcasters Association (NYSBA) today announced that veteran journalist Deborah Norville will receive the Carol M. Reilly Award at the Tony Malara Awards Dinner, which will serve as the opening event of the NYSBA’s Executive Conference June 27-28 at the Sagamore Resort on Lake George. The award, which honors the memory of […]
Deborah Norville, the two-time Emmy award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, will host the 2011 Golden Mike Award to honor Alan W. Frank, president-CEO of Post-Newsweek Stations. The fundraising event takes place on Monday, Feb. 28, at The Plaza Hotel in New York City in support of the charitable mission of the Broadcasters Foundation of America.