NBC's current show marked 25 years of transparency – the variety of windows – with a joyful video recording of its trademark window studio this morning. (See Video below.) And no doubt: Rockefeller Center Studio 1A is home to, as Today, the website of says it, "A quarter of a joyful crowd, legendary summer concert performances, wedding suggestions , Halloween fun, celebrity chefs, heartwarming moments and everything else under the sun (and sometimes rain or snow) … "
But where in the world is Matt Lauer?
The show is a one-time (and long-time) superstar anchor fired by NBC in 2017 amid accusations of sexual harassment, harassment and one-button tales that let Lauer lock the door of his office without getting up off his desk. His departure ended many things, including the flip-flop yearly "Where in the World" feature that sends Laurier for packs of unknown parts.
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Jubilee fitting – Today moved to Rockefeller on the street in 1994, the same year Lauer became the newsreader – it was full of staff past and present. The emphasis, of course, on the present. Savannah Guthrie, Craig Melvin, Hoda Cobb, Al Rocker, Lees Holt, Jenna Bush, and Carson Daley were excused, but Today Folk from Early Days – Katie Curick, Bryant Gumbel, Critic Jeanne Shalit , Tom Brock, Barbara Walters and others. they made appearances.
The celebrated mood of the video almost turned off the inclusion of anyone who left the studio under less happy conditions (if you catch Anne Kari or Tamron) Hall of the day even from the clips, leave a comment below to let us know where) , but the disappearance of Laureer just makes the decision to go with the concept of a happy birthday-expensive studio. 1A is a large space, but not large enough for this elephant.
Watch the video below.