TODAY SHOW Anchors to Host Golden Globes Special, 1/13
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The TODAY show bids farewell to New York and heads to sunny California to cover Hollywood's biggest night. On Monday, January 14, the morning after The 70th AnnuAl Golden Globe Awards, Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker and Natalie Morales will broadcast live from Los Angeles. The special edition of TODAY will feature interviews with Globes winners and will give viewers an exclusive look at the big night, and a backstage pass to all of the events and parties.
As previously announced, Matt, Savannah, Al and Natalie will host NBC's Golden Globe Arrivals Special live Sunday, January 13, 7 p.m. ET. The pre-show will highlight Hollywood's most famed event featuring interviews with the Globes nominees and the brightest stars in the film and television industry.
The Golden Globe Arrivals Special is produced by Dick Clark productions and will feature interviews just prior to The 70th AnnuAl Golden Globe Awards.
NBC News pioneered the morning news program when it launched TODAY in 1952 with Dave Garroway as host. For more than 60 years, TODAY has provided a daily live broadcast of the latest in domestic and international news, weather reports, and interviews with newsmakers from the worlds of politics, business, media, entertainment and sports. TODAY is renowned for providing its audience with a "window on the world," bringing viewers breaking news as it happens and often broadcasting from locations around the globe. TODAY's longtime home at New York's Rockefeller Plaza attracts thousands of visitors each year to peer into its windows and become part of TODAY's broadcast. The Emmy Award winning program is anchored by Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker and Natalie Morales. Jim Bell is the executive producer.