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TODAY’s Next Big Thing: Meet the judges, see our process

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Over the summer TODAY asked viewers to submit their inventions for a chance to sell them live on shopping channel QVC. Savannah Guthrie reveals how nearly 2,000 entries were narrowed down to nine finalists, and introduces the judges who will make the final pick: QVC’s Doug Howe, TODAY contributor Jill Martin, and TODAY’s Al Roker.