It was a busy 2011!
It was a year full of news: Ann traveled to Japan to report on the earthquake and ensuing tsunami that devastated the country; TODAY marked the 10th anniversary of 9/11 just months after we reported Osama bin Laden's death; and all of NBC News chronicled the uprising and turmoil in the Middle East during the Arab Spring.
It was a year full of newsmaking interviews: Pres. Barack Obama, Charlie Sheen, "golden-voiced" Ted Williams, octuplet mom Nadya Suleman, Charla Nash, the Duggars and the child who says heaven is for real.
TODAY also had some fun! We traveled to London for the royal wedding (which we recreated during Halloween); Matt flew about 30,000 miles during his Where in the World trip; and our weekend anchor team roughed it out in the wilderness (with no food, they'll be the first to tell you).
And it was a year of change: We wished Meredith off with a viral video to the tune of "Don't Stop Believin'"; we welcomed Ann as the new co-anchor; and TODAY.com redesigned a new front with a special web broadcast hosted by Kathie Lee and Hoda. We also won a few awards!
Those were just some of our favorite moments of the year — but tell us yours!
What do you remember most about our broadcast this year? Is there one interview or report that sticks out from the past year? What's the one segment you'd couldn't wait to tell your family and friends about?
Tell us your thoughts and we could add them in an upcoming story!