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Inside Edition
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program logo used from 2006-present
Format news magazine
Presented by Deborah Norville
(1995–present)
Country of origin  United States
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) CBS Television Distribution
Distributor CBS Television Distribution
Broadcast
Original channel first-run syndication
Original airing January 9, 1989 – Present
External links
Official website

Inside Edition is a thirty-minute television syndicated news program, on the air since January 9, 1989. It was originally similar to the programs Hard Copy and A Current Affair, but now more closely resembles a condensed version of breakfast television, excluvisely with pre-recorded stories rather than any live interviews. It was created by John Tomlin and Bob Young for King World Productions (now CBS Television Distribution, which also distributes Entertainment Tonight and The Insider). The show was originally a mix of tabloid crime stories, investigations, and celebrity gossip; now it has become a mix of news, bizarre crime, investigative pieces on consumer scams/safety, pop culture features, celebrity news/gossip, and human interest stories. Steve Kamer is the announcer of the show.

The first anchor correspondent of the program was David Frost, who was abruptly replaced after approximately three weeks with Bill O'Reilly. The current anchor correspondent is former Today anchor correspondent Deborah Norville, who took over for O'Reilly in 1995.

Inside Edition has been officially renewed through the 2011-2012 season and is usually the #2 highest-rated syndicated magazine program behind Entertainment Tonight.

Contents

Current Personalities

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Anchors

  • Deborah Norville, anchor
  • Paul Boyd, weekend co-anchor/reporter
  • Diane McInerney, weekend and fill-in anchor/reporter

Correspondents

  • Megan Alexander, New York-based correspondent
  • Matt Meagher, Senior investigative correspondent
  • Jim Moret, Los Angeles-based correspondent
  • Les Trent, New York-based senior correspondent

Past Personalities

References

External links


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