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updated 3/5/2007 8:52:59 AM ET 2007-03-05T13:52:59

Welcome to the destination for all-things-TODAY, America’s favorite morning news and information experience.

As we have for more than 10 years, we will continue to provide you with information about the stories covered on NBC's TODAY show, weekly columns from your favorite contributors and opportunities for you to share your own comments, concerns and experiences. You’ll always be able to find the latest news and video, recipes and consumer tips, updates on past stories and what you can expect to see next on the broadcast.

We’ve adopted a new editorial focus for the site: The people of TODAY. Whether we are interviewing newsmakers or celebrities, taking you behind the scenes in our control room, chatting with fans on the plaza or listening to what viewers and site visitors have to say, we will put the human element front and center. We want this to be a place where people gather to share insights on topics serious and silly, register their opinions and engage with our anchors and contributors. 

At its best, TODAYshow.com should resemble a conversation — or more accurately, a number of simultaneous conversations — between people of all walks of life and points of view. We believe the best way for us to provide information that matters most to you is to listen. You’ll hear from everyone from our anchors and correspondents to TV and Web production staffs.   And we want to hear from you, regularly and on a wide array of topics. Please take some time to look around the site, interact with what you find and tell us what you like and what you don’t like. We promise you that TODAYshow.com, like The TODAY show itself, will continuously grow and improve to reflect the needs and interests of our extended family — and that includes each of you.

In addition to the excellent work of our editorial partners at iVillage.com and, of course, the fine folks in and around Studio 1A, here are just some of the people most directly responsible for bringing the site to life each day:

TODAYshow.com Production Team:
Susan Houriet
Rachel Chamberlin
Louise Witt
Michele Laufik

allDAY Blog team:
Jackyn Levin
Peter Giordano
Dana Haller
Elizabeth Neumann
Katherine Billman

We look forward to your feedback on our new design and new content and thank you for making TODAYshow.com a part of your day.      

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