I want to do stories that matter. That's a big request of my family. I don't want them to feel they're less important than my job, because they're not. The only thing I ever wanted was the opportunity to reach as many people as possible. I have a loyalty to the people who watch this broadcast. They put up with me for all of these years, and I want to take care of them. I guess, nobody this morning, but me, myself and I! I really feel like Cinderella—Ann Curry, aka Cinderella, today. When you are co-anchoring the entire broadcast, especially in this time when Americans are going through so much, you realize that there is a need to not only be informative, but be comforting.
Everyday I feel like I have a soundboard in front of me and I'm constantly tweaking the dials.
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I'm learning the nuances, and it's a great feeling. That feeling was apparently short-lived. Just how short depended on who you asked on any given day. Less than a year into her tenure as co-anchor, the tabloids were ablaze with talk of issues between Lauer and Curry, that they were lacking in the "chemistry" department and viewers were turning away.
Ann's great, she's an unbelievable journalist. Beyond that, she's one of the loveliest people you'll ever meet And if the numbers are going up or down, that's not Ann. These things happen.
Nobody wants to write, 'you're great! They love to see people fall. By June, however, the word—unofficial though it was—was that Curry was going to be leaving. But man, I did try. The way you care about people comes through in every single story you report. After Roker and then- Today news anchor Natalie Morales shared some favorite Curry memories of their own, Lauer added, "It's not good-bye, not by a long shot.
We're going to continue to put you on planes, maybe ask you to jump out one or two in the near future Most importantly, you've made us better and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. The reaction to Curry leaving was mixed, with the usual faction of armchair critics and haters perfectly fine with her leaving, while many more people were outraged that she was gone.
And Ann is a very elegant, and a very thoughtful person The overall assumption, however, was that Matt Lauer played a key role in Curry's departure. About a week later, back in New York, after the U. But that's another story. As for the criticism that she and Lauer lacked chemistry, she said, "You know, Matt and I have had great on-air chemistry for 14 years, been part of the No.
That said, I just finished my freshman year as co-host. In every single co-host's first year, there have been kinks to be worked out, and perhaps I deserve as much blame for that as anyone. Many of these words derive from Portuguese, due to Portugal's early role in details of words or terms mistaken for foreign loan words and false cognates.
The classic tug toy in this version with extra thick and durable luxury fake fur of high quality and JW Pet's durable Hol-ee Roller. The bungee handle makes the. The mysterious masterpiece of Portugal's great modernist. CVE affects version 9. The host sits at his desk on the elevated island stage in the style of a traditional news show. The traditional guests' couch, which had been a part of the set since the show's premiere, was done away with in favor of simple upright chairs.
The change was initially not well-received, spawning a backlash among some fans and prompting a "Bring Back the Couch" campaign. The campaign was mentioned on subsequent shows by Stewart and supported by Daily Show contributor Bob Wiltfong. On April 9, , the show debuted a new set.
The projection screens were revamped with one large screen behind Stewart, while the smaller one behind the interview subject remained the same , a large, global map directly behind Stewart, a more open studio floor, and a J-shaped desk supported at one end by a globe.
The intro was also updated; the graphics, display names, dates, and logos were all changed. On September 28, , the show debuted a new set alongside the debut of Trevor Noah 's tenure. According to Larry Hartman, Noah took a lot of inspiration from Stewart's set. The graphics, intro, theme music, lower thirds, logo, etc. The show's writers begin each day with a morning meeting where they review material that researchers have gathered from major newspapers, the Associated Press , cable news television channels and websites, and discuss headline material for the lead news segment.
Throughout the morning they work on writing deadline pieces inspired by recent news, as well as longer-term projects.
By lunchtime, Noah — who describes his role as that of the captain of a team  — has begun to review headline jokes. The script is submitted by 3 pm, and at there is a rehearsal. An hour is left for rewrites before a 6 pm taping in front of a live studio audience. The Daily Show typically tapes four new episodes a week, Monday through Thursday, forty-two weeks a year. Aiming to parody conventional newscasts, it featured a comedic monologue of the day's headlines from anchor Craig Kilborn a well-known co-anchor of ESPN 's SportsCenter , as well as mockumentary style on-location reports, in-studio segments and debates from regular correspondents Winstead, Brian Unger , Beth Littleford , and A.
Whitney Brown. Common segments included "This Day in Hasselhoff History" and "Last Weekend's Top-Grossing Films, Converted into Lira ", in parody of entertainment news shows and their tendency to lead out to commercials with trivia such as celebrity birthdays. A studio audience was incorporated into the show for its second season, and has remained since.
The show was much less politically focused than it later became under Jon Stewart, having what Stephen Colbert described as a local news feel and involving more character-driven humor as opposed to news-driven humor. While she wanted a more news-driven focus, the network was concerned that this would not appeal to viewers and pushed for "a little more of a hybrid of entertainment and politics". There were reports of backstage friction between Kilborn and some of the female staff, particularly the show's co-creator Lizz Winstead.
Winstead had not been involved in the hiring of Kilborn, and disagreed with him over what direction the show should take. Somebody else put him in place. There were bound to be problems.
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I viewed the show as content-driven; he viewed it as host-driven", she said. Comedy Central responded by suspending Kilborn without pay for one week, and Winstead quit soon after. He claimed the "Five Questions" interview segment as intellectual property, disallowing any future Daily Show hosts from using it in their interviews. Whitney Brown left the show shortly before him, but the majority of the show's crew and writing staff stayed on.
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Reruns were shown until Jon Stewart's debut four weeks later. After the change, a number of new features were developed. The ending segment "Your Moment of Zen", previously consisting of a random selection of humorous videos, was diversified to sometimes include recaps or extended versions of news clips shown earlier in the show. Stewart served not only as host but also as a writer and executive producer of the series.
He recalls that he initially struggled with the Kilborn holdover writers to gain control of the show and put his own imprint on the show's voice, a struggle that led to the departure of a number of the holdover writers. Their experience in writing for the satirical newspaper, which uses fake stories to mock real print journalism and current events, would influence the comedic direction of the show; Stewart recalls the hiring of Karlin as the point at which things "[started] to take shape".
Describing his approach to the show, Karlin said, "The main thing, for me, is seeing hypocrisy. People who know better saying things that you know they don't believe. Under Stewart and Karlin The Daily Show developed a markedly different style, bringing a sharper political focus to the humor than the show previously exhibited.
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Then-correspondent Stephen Colbert recalls that Stewart specifically asked him to have a political viewpoint, and to allow his passion for issues to carry through into his comedy. Upon its return, Stewart opened the show with a somber monologue, that, according to Jeremy Gillick and Nonna Gorilovskaya, addressed both the absurdity and importance of his role as a comedian.
Commented Stewart:. They said to get back to work, and there were no jobs available for a man in the fetal position.