Oppenheim Faces Hard Road At NBC News

Noah Oppenheim was primed to gain oversight of all the operations of NBC News and MSNBC. Instead he has a new boss with those very responsibilities — and more.

NBC News Chief Oppenheim Signs New Deal

NBC News President Noah Oppenheim has denied any knowledge of Matt Lauer’s alleged behavior before the human resourses complaint that precipitated his quick termination in November 2017.

NBC News Prez Hits Back At Farrow Book

“There is no evidence of any reports of [Matt] Lauer’s misconduct before his firing, no settlements, no ‘hush money,’ ” says Noah Oppenheim in a lengthy and detailed staff memo ahead of Tuesday’s release of Catch and Kill.

 

Staff Confront NBC News Prez Over Lauer

NBC News staffers, including star reporter Pete Williams, on Thursday peppered NBC News President Noah Oppenheim about explosive revelations from Ronan Farrow’s new book casting network executives as dismissive and neglectful of sexual-misconduct allegations.

Carlson Wants NBC’s Oppenheim To Resign

Fox News’s Tucker Carlson has strong words for NBC News, specifically its president Noah Oppenheim. “Noah Oppenheim ought to resign immediately, and if he doesn’t, he ought to be fired immediately. News executives are not allowed to tell lies. They’re not allowed to participate in cover ups.”

NBC News Chief Explains Weinstein Backstory

At a previously-scheduled town hall meeting for NBC News staffers today, news president Noah Oppenheim said that NBC didn’t feel the Harvey Weinstein story as presented by Ronan Farrow this summer had all the elements needed for airing. He said the notion that NBC would try to cover for a powerful person was deeply offensive.

NBC News Shakeup: Oppenheim Now Prez

Noah Oppenheim is taking over as president and current head Deborah Turness becomes the first president of NBC News International. NBC News has launched a new venture that will be called Euronews NBC, which Turness will oversee, reporting to NBC News Chairman Andy Lack.

Noah Oppenheim Returns 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 when it was No. 1 in the ratings, is returning as the top executive in charge of the entire editorial operation, according to NBC News executives familiar with the plan. Oppenheim will fill the role that was briefly occupied by Jamie Horowitz, the onetime ESPN programming whiz who was fired in November shortly after he took the NBC job.