THE BETTER SHOW Hosts Nominated For Daytime Emmy Award

THE BETTER SHOW Hosts Nominated For Daytime Emmy Award

The Better Show, Meredith Videos Studios' nationally Syndicated lifestyle talk show, is pleased to announce that its co-hosts, JD Roberto and Rebecca Budig, have been nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the Outstanding Host in a Lifestyle/Travel Program category. This will be the first Daytime Emmy Award nomination for The Better Show and Roberto, and the third nomination for Budig, who was previously nominated for her role as Greenlee Smythe on All My Children. The 41 st Daytime Emmy Awards will be presented on June 22.

"The Better Show is a leader in creating engaging and informative content that makes a positive impact on viewers' lives," said Kieran Clarke, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Meredith Video Studios. "Better is the most positive show on daytime television, and it's an honor to be recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. This nomination is a testament to our hosts' success."

"The chemistry between JD and Rebecca makes the show fun for the viewers at home and for everyone who steps on our set," said Tracy Langer Chevrier, Vice President and Executive Producer of The Better Show. "They have a warm vibe that makes you want to hang out with them."

Roberto has been a co-host on The Better Show for three seasons. His television career includes roles on Frasier, All My Children, and Family Matters, and as host of the classic game show Shop 'Til You Drop. He has hosted game and reality shows for ABC, Discovery Channel, Food Network and Animal Planet, as well as guest hosting E! News Live and announcing for The Price is Right with Drew Carey. In addition, he has been a contributing writer for the Los Angeles Times, The Bump, Parents magazine and the Huffington Post.

"It's been a privilege to be part of the amazing growth of The Better Show," said Roberto. "Every day we strive to make the lives of our viewers better and both our audience and our peers in the television community have responded."