The “TODAY” show staff pose on the set in the Piazza San Carlo in Torino, Italy.Video:
Vorrei vedere le previsioni del tempo.
(Vorre-ee vedere le preveezeeonee del tempo)
I'd like to watch the weather forecast.
Sa dirmi come arrivare la discoteca?
(Sa deermee kome arreevare la deeskoteka?)
Could you tell me the way to the discotheque?
Here is a look inside our control room in Italy. It is located two flights underground near the "Today" show set in Piazza San Carlo. It used to be a storage area for a local store. What it looks like in this picture is the result of hard work by the production managers and crews. Hope you all have been enjoying the shows and these vlogs. We have been having a lot of fun. While we are in our last couple days here, please send questions or ideas. — Ryan Osborn, “TODAY” researcher
• ‘Dateline’ blog: A day in our life in Torino | 5:31 a.m.
Dateline's Hoda Kotb talks about covering the Olympics, and eating and sleeping in Torino. Plus, the phrases Johnny Weir taught her. Click here for more.
Vorrei il gelato
(Vorre-ee eel jelato)
I would like ice cream
Sono qui per affari.
(Sono kooee per affaree)
I'm here on business.
"How much does it cost?"
I love you
• Feb. 10, 2006 | 2:29 p.m.
Welcome to the ‘Today in Torino’ Olympics video blog!
Beginning Friday, Feb. 10, Katie Couric, Matt Lauer, Al Roker, Natalie Morales, Campbell Brown and Lester Holt begin a daily video blog from Torino, Italy. Each anchor will offer a behind-the-scenes look at covering the Olympics and personal experiences about traveling to Torino. Also, “TODAY” staff members will submit written entries and there will be a slideshow of athletes who appear on the show.