INSIDE EDITION and Deborah Norville’s 'The Way We Are’ Celebrates 25 Years of INSIDE EDITION
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INSIDE EDITION, CBS Television Distribution’s top-rated, syndicated, daily newsmagazine, is releasing its first-ever book to celebrate its 25th anniversary, The Way We Are: Heroes, Scoundrels, and Oddballs from 25 Years of Inside Edition, on October 22.
Distributed by Simon & Schuster, and authored by award-winning anchor and “New York Times” best-selling author Deborah Norville, and producer Charlie Carillo, “The Way We Are,” gives readers a look back at some of the show’s more interesting stories.
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“Our world has changed dramatically since INSIDE EDITION debuted in 1989,” said Norville, the two-time Emmy Award winner, who has been Inside Edition’s anchor since 1995. “We are excited to pay tribute to the many famous faces and events that shaped a generation.”
Highlights from the book include a breakdown of the program’s history from its inception to today; a look at INSIDE EDITION’s anchors throughout the years: David Frost (1989), Bill O’Reilly (1989-1995), Deborah Norville (1995-present); and the famous faces covered over the years, including Michael Jackson, Princess Diana, Tonya Harding, JFK Jr., OJ Simpson, Anna Nicole Smith and many more.
“Few television programs have the opportunity to celebrate 25 years, and we are privileged to have reached this milestone,” said Charles Lachman, Executive Producer of INSIDE EDITION.
“The Way We Are,” will be published on October 22 and is currently available to order.
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