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Nbc - Historical Events
Date Event
1920-04-20

Big Show ends 2 year run on NBC radio

1921-03-21

Walter Kerr Theater (Ritz, CBS, NBC, ABC) opens at 223 W 48th St NYC

1926-10-09

NBC (National Broadcasting Corporation) forms

1926-11-15

1st formal radio network, RCA takes over AT&T 25 station Network (NBC)

1928-03-19

"Amos & Andy" debuts on radio (NBC Blue Network-WMAQ Chicago)

1928-12-23

NBC sets up a permanent, coast-to-coast radio network

1929-10-24

Rudy Vallee's "The Fleishmann's Yeast Hour" begins broadcasting on NBC radio

1930-07-30

1st broadcast of "Death Valley Days" on NBC-radio

1930-10-20

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, premiers on NBC radio

1931-04-06

1st broadcast of "Little Orphan Annie" on NBC-radio

1931-10-30

W2XB TV channel 1 in NYC, NY (NBC) begins broadcasting

1932-04-28

1st broadcast of "One Man's Family" on NBC-radio

1932-05-02

Jack Benny's 1st radio show premieres (NBC Blue Network)

1932-12-02

"Adventures of Charlie Chan" 1st heard on NBC-Blue radio network

1933-06-23

Don McNeill's Pepper Pot (Breakfast Club) begins 35½ year run on NBC

1935-03-24

Major Bowes' Original Amateur Hour goes national on NBC Radio Network

1935-07-20

1st broadcast of "Gang Busters" on NBC-radio

1937-01-25

1st broadcast of "Guiding Light" on NBC radio

1937-11-13

NBC forms first full-sized symphony orchestra exclusively for radio

1937-12-12

NBC & RCA sends 1st mobile-TV vans onto the streets of NY

1937-12-25

Arturo Toscanini conducts 1st Symphony of the Air over NBC Radio

1937-12-27

Mae West performs Adam & Eve skit that gets her banned from NBC radio

1938-03-26

NBC radio performance of Howard Hanson's 3rd Symphony

1938-05-17

Radio quiz show "Information Please!" debuts on NBC Blue Network

1938-07-26

1st radio broadcast of "Young Widder Brown" on NBC

1939-04-30

NBC/RCA 1st public TV demo with FDR at opening of NY World's Fair

1939-08-06

1st broadcast of "Dinah Shore Show" on NBC-radio

1940-02-01

NBC performs the first inter-city television broadcast from its station in New York City to another in Schenectady, New York by General Electric relay antennas.

1941-07-01

1st coml TV licenses granted-W2XBS-WNBT (NBC) & WCBW (CBS), NYC

1941-07-01

WNBT TV (W2XBS, Now WNBC) channel 4 in NYC (NBC) begins broadcasting

1941-08-31

Great Gildersleeve, a spin-off of Fibber McGee & Molly debuts on NBC

1941-09-03

KYW TV channel 3 in Philadelphia, PA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1944-02-21

"War As It Happens" news show premieres on NBC TV (NYC only)

1944-08-13

Jackie Gleason-Les Tremayne show premieres on NBC radio

1946-05-09

1st hour long entertainment TV show, "NBC's Hour Glass" premieres

1947-02-08

KSD (now KSDK) TV channel 5 in St Louis, MO (NBC) begins broadcasting

1947-03-04

WWJ (now WDIV) TV channel 4 in Detroit, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1947-05-07

"Kraft Television Theater" premieres on NBC

1947-06-27

WRC TV channel 4 in Washington DC (NBC) begins broadcasting

1947-10-27

WMAR TV channel 2 in Baltimore, MD (NBC) begins broadcasting

1947-11-20

"Meet the Press" makes network TV debut on NBC

1947-12-27

1st "Howdy Doody Show" (Puppet Playhouse), telecast on NBC

1948-01-18

Ted Mack's "Original Amateur Hour" begins, DuMont (later NBC/ABC/CBS)

1948-02-05

"Nature of Things" science show premieres on NBC prime time

1948-02-09

WLWT TV channel 5 in Cincinnati, OH (NBC) begins broadcasting

1948-02-16

1st newsreel telecast, "20th Century Fox-Movietone News" shown on NBC

1948-03-20

20th Academy Awards - "Gentleman's Agreement", L Young, R Colman win minutes by 2nd live televised musical Arturo Toscvanni on NBC

1948-06-08

"Milton Berle Show" premieres on NBC TV

1948-06-09

WBZ TV channel 4 in Boston, MA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1948-07-21

WSPD TV channel 13 in Toledo, OH (NBC) begins broadcasting

1948-09-21

"Texaco Star Theater" with Milton Berle premieres on NBC-TV

1948-09-28

WBAP-TV, (NBC affiliate) Fort Worth Texas, begins broadcasting

1948-09-29

WBAP (now KXAS) TV channel 5 in Fort Worth-Dallas, TX (NBC) begins

1948-11-24

WAVE TV channel 3 in Louisville, KY (NBC) begins broadcasting

1948-11-25

KING TV channel 5 in Seattle, WA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1948-11-29

"Kukla, Fran, & Ollie" debuted on NBC

1948-11-29

KOB TV channel 4 in Albuquerque, NM (NBC) begins broadcasting

1948-12-11

WMC TV channel 5 in Memphis, TN (NBC) begins broadcasting

1948-12-18

WDSU TV channel 6 in New Orleans, LA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-01-01

KPRC TV channel 2 in Houston, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-01-03

"Colgate Theater" dramatic anthology series premieres on NBC TV

1949-01-16

KNBH (now KNBC) TV channel 4 in Los Angeles, CA (NBC) 1st broadcast

1949-01-31

1st daytime soap on TV "These Are My Children" (NBC in Chicago)

1949-03-15

WICU TV channel 12 in Erie, PA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-03-15

WLWD (now WDTN) TV channel 2 in Dayton, OH (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-03-18

WGAL TV channel 8 in Lancaster, PA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-03-21

WTVJ TV channel 4 in Miami, FL (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1949-04-03

WLWS (now WCMH) TV channel 4 in Columbus, OH (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-05-29

Candid Camera, TV comedy show, moves to NBC

1949-06-06

WKY (now KTVY) TV channel 4 in Oklahoma City, OK (NBC) 1st broadcast

1949-06-14

WROC TV channel 8 in Rochester, NY (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-06-24

"Hopalong Cassidy" becomes 1st network western (NBC)

1949-07-02

"Red Barber's Clubhouse" sports show premieres on CBS (later NBC) TV

1949-07-07

"Dragnet" premieres on NBC radio; also a TV series in 1951 & 1967

1949-07-10

WJAR TV channel 10 in Providence, RI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-08-15

WOTV TV channel 8 in Grand Rapids, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-09-01

KMTV TV channel 3 in Omaha, NB (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-09-15

WJAC TV channel 6 in Johnstown, PA (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1949-10-16

WDAF TV channel 4 in Kansas City, MO (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-10-31

WOC (now KWQC) TV channel 6 in Davenport, IA (NBC) 1st broadcast

1949-11-15

KRON TV channel 4 in San Francisco, CA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-11-15

WSAZ TV channel 3 in Huntington-Charleston, NV (NBC) 1st broadcast

1949-12-01

WKTV TV channel 2 in Utica, NY (NBC) begins broadcasting

1949-12-11

WOAI (now KMOL) TV channel 4 in San Antonio, TX (NBC) 1st broadcast

1950-01-30

"Robert Montgomery Presents" dramatic anthology premieres on NBC TV

1950-02-15

WSYR (now WSTM) TV channel 3 in Syracuse, NY (NBC) begins broadcasting

1950-02-25

"Your Show of Shows" with Sid Caesar & Imogene Coca premieres on NBC Writers include Mel Brooks, Neil Simon & Woody Allen

1950-07-10

"Your Hit Parade" premieres on NBC (later CBS) TV

1950-07-20

"Arthur Murray Party" premieres on ABC TV (later DuMont, CBS, NBC)

1950-09-30

WSM TV channel 4 in Nashville, TN (NBC) begins broadcasting

1951-02-03

"Victor Borge Show," debuts on NBC TV

1951-05-14

Ernie Kovacs Show, TV Variety debut on NBC

1951-06-09

"Doodles Weaver Show" debuts on NBC-TV

1951-06-22

Gene Rayburn & Dee Finch show premieres on NBC radio

1951-06-30

"Victor Borge Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1951-07-02

"Bob & Ray show" premieres on NBC radio

1951-09-04

NBC extends to become a 61 station coast-to-coast network

1952-01-03

"Dragnet" with Jack Webb premieres on NBC TV

1952-01-14

"Today Show" premieres with Dave Garroway & Jack Lescoulie on NBC-TV

1952-02-08

"RCA Victor Show Starring Dennis Day," debuts on NBC TV

1952-09-29

"Lights Out" last airs on NBC-TV

1952-12-10

WSLS TV channel 10 in Roanoke, VA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1952-12-15

KHON TV channel 2 in Honolulu, HI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1952-12-20

KHQ TV channel 6 in Spokane, WA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-01-01

WBRE TV channel 28 in Wilkes-Barre Scranton, PA (NBC) 1st broadcast

1953-01-04

KTSM TV channel 9 in El Paso, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-01-14

WALA TV channel 10 in Mobile, AL (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-01-28

J Fred Muggs (the chimp) joins NBC's "Today Show"

1953-02-01

WEEK TV channel 25 in Peoria, IL (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-02-03

J Fred Muggs, a chimp, becomes a regular on NBC's Today Show

1953-03-02

The Academy Awards are first broadcast on television by NBC.

1953-03-08

WFMJ TV channel 21 in Youngstown, OH (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-03-17

WWLP TV channel 22 in Springfield, MA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-03-18

KGNC (now KAMR) TV channel 4 in Amarillo, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-04-12

KFDX TV channel 3 in Wichita Falls, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-04-23

KTAR (now KPNX) TV channel 12 in Phoenix, AZ (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-05-03

WTVO TV channel 17 in Rockford, IL (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-05-10

KCBD TV channel 11 in Lubbock, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-05-23

WHIZ TV channel 18 in Zanesville, OH (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-06-01

KMJ (now KSEE) TV channel 24 in Fresno, CA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-06-01

WDAY TV channel 6 in Fargo, ND (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-06-09

"Milton Berle Show/Texaco Star Theater" last airs on NBC-TV

1953-06-13

KOAA TV channel 5 in Pueblo-Colorado Spgs, CO (NBC) 1st broadcast

1953-06-24

KSWS (now KOBR) TV channel 8 in Roswell, NM (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-07-12

KTVB TV channel 7 in Boise, ID (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-07-16

KROC (now KTTC) TV channel 10 in Rochester, MN (NBC) 1st broadcast

1953-08-01

KOBI TV channel 5 in Medford, OR (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-08-16

KTAL TV channel 6 in Shreveport-Texarkana, LA (NBC) begins

1953-08-31

KRBC TV channel 9 in Abilene, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-09-04

WATR (now WTXX) TV channel 20 in Waterbury, CT (NBC) begins

1953-09-04

WGEM TV channel 10 in Quincy-Hannibal, IL (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-09-09

KGTV TV channel 10 in San Diego, CA (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-09-09

WFIE TV channel 14 in Evansville, IN (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-09-11

KSBW TV channel 8 in Salinas-Monterey, CA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-09-15

KVOA TV channel 4 in Tucson, AZ (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-09-26

KERO TV channel 23 in Bakersfield, CA (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-09-28

"Bob & Ray Show" TV Variety last air on NBC

1953-09-28

"Juvenile Jury" TV Children's last airs on NBC, moved to CBS

1953-09-29

"Buick-Berle Show" debuts on NBC-TV

1953-09-30

WICS TV channel 20 in Springfield, IL (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-10-01

KYTV TV channel 3 in Springfield, MO (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-10-01

WATE TV channel 6 in Knoxville, TN (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-10-08

WTAP TV channel 15 in Parkersburg-Marietta, WV (NBC) begins

1953-10-18

WTVK TV channel 26 in Knoxville, TN (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-10-25

KIEM TV channel 3 in Eureka, CA (NBC/CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-11-01

KCEN TV channel 6 in Temple-Waco, TX (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-11-07

WIS TV channel 10 in Columbia, SC (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-11-09

KTVQ TV channel 2 in Billings, MT (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-11-21

WKJG TV channel 33 in Ft Wayne, IN (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-11-23

KVFD (now KTIN) TV channel 21 in Ft Dodge, IA (NBC) 1st broadcast

1953-12-01

WCSH TV channel 6 in Portland, ME (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-12-15

WJHG TV channel 7 in Panama City, FL (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-12-19

KFYR TV channel 5 in Bismarck, ND (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1953-12-21

KOMU TV channel 8 in Columbia, MO (NBC/PBS) begins broadcasting

1953-12-24

KOA (now KCNC) TV channel 4 in Denver, CO (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-12-28

WLBT TV channel 3 in Jackson, MS (NBC) begins broadcasting

1953-12-31

WFBC (now WYFF) TV channel 4 in G'ville-Spartanburg, SC (NBC) begins

1954-02-16

WNEM TV channel 5 in Bay City, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-02-17

WAST (now WNYT) TV channel 13 in Albany-Troy, NY (NBC) 1st broadcast

1954-03-21

KFBB TV channel 5 in Great Falls, MT (ABC/CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-04-07

WALB TV channel 10 in Albany, GA (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1954-04-09

WECT TV channel 6 in Wilmington, NC (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1954-04-15

KARK TV channel 4 in Little Rock, AR (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-04-15

WHO TV channel 13 in Des Moines, IA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-05-01

WAPA TV channel 4 in San Juan, PR (NBC/SFN) begins broadcasting

1954-06-05

"Your Show Of Shows" last airs on NBC-TV

1954-07-15

WBOC TV channel 16 in Salisbury, MD (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1954-08-14

WGR TV (now WGRZ) TV channel 2 in Buffalo, NY (NBC) begins

1954-08-22

WPTV TV channel 5 in Palm Beach, FL (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-09-10

WLUK TV channel 11 in Green Bay, WI (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1954-09-11

KXJB TV channel 4 in Valley City (Fargo) (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-09-12

WLBZ TV channel 2 in Bangor, ME (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-09-13

WPBN TV channel 7 in Traverse City, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-09-24

Tonight Show premieres on NBC (Johnny takes over 8 years later)

1954-09-26

KUTV TV channel 2 in Salt Lake City, UT (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-09-29

KALB TV channel 5 in Alexandria, LA (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1954-10-09

KTIV TV channel 4 in Sioux City, IA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-11-28

KCKT (now KSNC) TV channel 2 in Great Bend, KS (NBC) 1st broadcast

1954-12-05

KTEW (now KJRH) TV channel 2 in Tulsa, OK (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-12-08

WPTZ TV channel 5 in Plattsburgh, NY (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-12-17

WEAU TV channel 13 in Eau Claire, WI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1954-12-25

WSFA TV channel 12 in Montgomery, AL (NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-01-02

1st "Bob Cummings Show" premieres on NBC (later on CBS)

1955-01-23

KORK (now KVBC) TV channel 3 in Las Vegas, NV (NBC) 1st broadcast

1955-02-14

WFLA (now WXFL) TV channel 8 in Tampa-St Petersburg, FL (NBC) begins

1955-03-01

KFAR (now KATN) TV channel 2 in Fairbanks, AK (ABC/NBC) 1st broadcast

1955-03-15

WLEX TV channel 18 in Lexington, KY (NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-04-14

WBRZ TV channel 2 in Baton Rouge, LA (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-05-21

WFRV TV channel 5 in Green Bay, WI (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-05-27

Red Buttons Show, last airs on NBC-TV

1955-05-30

KMVT TV channel 11 in Twin Falls, ID (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1955-06-04

"Mickey Rooney Show" TV comedy last airs on NBC

1955-06-12

"Mr Peepers" (TV Comedy) starring Wally Cox airs for last time on NBC

1955-06-12

Monitor (full weekend program) begins on NBC radio network

1955-06-25

"Imogene Coca Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1955-07-01

KOTA TV channel 3 in Rapid City, SD (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-07-15

WNDU TV channel 16 in South Bend, IN (NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-07-31

WHIS (now WVVA) TV channel 6 in Bluefield, WV (NBC) 1st broadcast

1955-08-07

KSTF TV channel 10 in Scottsbluff-Gering, NB (CBS/NBC) begins

1955-08-26

1st color telecast (NBC) of a tennis match (Davis Cup)

1955-08-31

KTRE TV channel 9 in Lufkin, TX (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-09-01

KARD (now KSNW) TV channel 3 in Wichita, KS (NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-09-02

KCRA TV channel 3 in Sacramento, CA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-09-28

1st World Series color TV broadcast on NBC-TV (Yanks beat Dodgers)

1955-09-28

WITN TV channel 7 in Washington, NC (NBC) begins broadcasting

1955-12-03

KTVE TV channel 10 in Monroe-El Dorado, LA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-01-01

KHAS TV channel 5 in Hastings, NB (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-01-06

KGNS TV channel 8 in Laredo, TX (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1956-01-15

KWAB TV channel 4 in Big Spring, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-02-01

WSAV TV channel 3 in Savannah, GA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-02-10

"My Friend Flicka" premieres on CBS (later NBC) TV

1956-04-29

WLUC TV channel 6 in Marquette, MI (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1956-04-29

WWBT TV channel 12 in Richmond, VA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-05-06

WRCB TV channel 3 in Chattanooga, TN (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-05-11

Pinky Lee Show last airs on NBC-TV

1956-05-22

"Bob Hope Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1956-05-22

KRIS TV channel 6 in Corpus Christi, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-05-29

WESH TV channel 2 in Daytona Beach-Orlando, FL (NBC) 1st broadcast

1956-06-05

"Milton Berle Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1956-06-08

WDAM TV channel 7 in Laurel-Hattiesburg, MS (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-06-23

"Jimmy Durante Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1956-06-24

"Steve Allen Show" returns on NBC-TV

1956-08-05

KUAM TV channel 8 in Agana, GU (CBS/ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-08-05

WCYB TV channel 5 in Bristol-Kingsport, VA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-08-12

KOTI TV channel 2 in Klamath Falls, OR (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1956-08-26

KREY TV channel 10 in Montrose, CO (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-09-10

WSYE (now WETM) TV chan 18 in Elmira-Corning, NY (NBC) 1st broadcast

1956-10-13

WAGM TV channel 8 in Presque Isle, ME (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins

1956-10-29

Chet Huntley & David Brinkley, NBC News, team up

1956-11-05

The Nat King Cole Show debuts on NBC, the first variety program to be hosted by an African-American

1956-11-26

"The Price Is Right" debuts on NBC

1956-12-15

KGW TV channel 8 in Portland, OR (NBC) begins broadcasting

1956-12-28

Miss Frances [Horwich], last Ding Dong School on NBC-TV

1957-01-04

"Blondie" situation comedy premieres on NBC TV (later on CBS)

1957-01-28

"Tonight! America After Dark" premieres, with Jack Lescoulie & Al (Jazzbo) Collins on NBC (between Steve Allen & Jack Paar)

1957-02-11

KUMV TV channel 8 in Williston, ND (NBC) begins broadcasting

1957-02-27

Premiere of only prime-time network TV show beginning with an "X": "Xavier Cugat Show" on NBC (until X-Files)

1957-03-01

KTWO TV channel 2 in Casper, WY (NBC/ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1957-03-18

WTWV (now WTVA) TV channel 9 in Tupelo-Columbus, MS (NBC) begins

1957-05-28

WPSD TV channel 6 in Paducah, KY (NBC) begins broadcasting

1957-06-25

"Jonathan Winters Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1957-09-01

WAVY TV channel 10 in Portsmouth-Norfolk, VA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1957-09-01

WHC (now WPXI) TV channel 11 in Pittsburgh, PA (NBC) 1st broadcast

1957-09-01

WTLV TV channel 12 in Jacksonville, FL (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1957-09-28

"Dollar A Second" last airs on NBC-TV

1957-09-28

"Gisele MacKenzie Show" debuts on NBC-TV

1957-10-22

KJAC TV channel 4 in Port Arthur-Beaumont, TX (NBC) 1st broadcast

1957-10-27

WOWL TV channel 15 in Florence, AL (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1957-11-01

KXGN TV channel 5 in Glendive, MT (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1957-11-01

WICZ TV channel 40 in Binghamton, NY (NBC) begins broadcasting

1957-11-17

WBOY TV channel 12 in Clarksburg, WV (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1957-12-17

The last episode of The Nat King Cole Show airs on NBC due to lack of national sponsorship

1958-01-21

KMOT TV channel 10 in Minot, ND (NBC) begins broadcasting

1958-01-31

"Jackpot Bowling" premieres on NBC with Leo Durocher as host

1958-03-15

KULR TV channel 8 in Billings, MT (NBC/ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1958-04-01

KVIQ TV channel 6 in Eureka, CA (NBC/ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1958-07-03

"Andy Williams Show" premieres on ABC (later on CBS & NBC)

1958-10-08

KCMT TV channel 7 in Alexandria, MN (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1958-11-05

KGLD (now KSNG) TV channel 11 in Garden City, KS (NBC) 1st broadcast

1958-11-17

KAII TV channel 7 in Wailuku, HI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1958-12-02

KNOP TV channel 2 in North Platte, NB (NBC) begins broadcasting

1959-03-15

WILX TV channel 10 in Lansing, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1959-04-24

WICD TV channel 15 in Champaign, IL (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1959-05-13

Kraft Music Hall with Milton Berle last airs on NBC-TV

1959-05-16

WTOM TV channel 4 in Cheboygan, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1959-07-12

NBC uses cameras to show catchers signals during ankee-Red Sox game

1959-08-01

WAAY TV channel 31 in Huntsville, AL (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1959-09-12

"Bonanza" premieres on NBC-TV

1959-10-11

KTHI TV channel 11 in Fargo-Grand Forks, ND (NBC) begins broadcasting

1959-10-15

KNDO TV channel 23 in Yakima, WA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1959-11-08

KJTV (now KGET) TV channel 17 in Bakersfield, CA (NBC) 1st broadcast

1959-11-28

KOMC (now KSNK) TV channel 8 in McCook - Oberlin, NB (NBC) begins

1960-06-06

"Steve Allen Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1960-07-31

KSOO (now KSFY) TV channel 13 in Sioux Falls, SD (NBC) 1st broadcast

1960-09-29

"Outlaws" TV Western Drama; debuts on NBC-TV

1961-01-21

KIFI TV channel 8 in Idaho Falls, ID (NBC) begins broadcasting

1961-01-27

"Sing Along with Mitch" [Miller] premieres on NBC TV

1961-01-30

Bobby Darin is youngest performer to headline a TV special on NBC

1961-02-07

Jane Fonda made her acting debut in the NBC drama "A String of Beads"

1961-07-01

KNDU TV channel 25 in Richland-Pasco-Kennew, WA (NBC) 1st broadcast

1961-09-28

"Doctor Kildare" debuts on NBC-TV

1961-09-28

"Hazel" starring Shirley Booth debuts on NBC-TV

1961-09-29

"Detectives" TV Crime Drama; moves to NBC-TV

1961-10-02

"Ben Casey" premieres on NBC-TV

1961-11-27

KHAW TV channel 11 in Hilo, HI (NBC) begins broadcasting

1962-02-08

KACB TV channel 3 in San Angelo, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting

1962-06-13

"Bob Newhart Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1962-09-28

"Jan Murray Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1962-09-28

"Tonight Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1962-09-30

KCRL TV channel 4 in Reno, NV (NBC) begins broadcasting

1962-10-23

WCIV TV channel 4 in Charleston, SC (NBC) begins broadcasting

1962-12-31

"Match Game" debuts on NBC with host Gene Rayburn

1963-01-06

"Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom" with Marlin Perkins begins on NBC

1963-05-23

NBC purchases 1963 AFL championship game TV rights for $926,000

1963-09-02

CBS & NBC expand network news from 15 to 30 minutes

1963-09-28

"King Leonardo" cartoon last airs on NBC-TV

1963-09-28

"Shari Lewis Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1963-12-30

"Let's Make A Deal," debuts on NBC-TV

1964-01-29

NBC purchases AFL 5 year (1965-69) TV rights for $36 million

1964-09-13

WKEF TV channel 22 in Dayton, OH (NBC) begins broadcasting

1964-09-22

"Man from U.N.C.L.E," premieres on NBC-TV

1964-10-01

WTSJ TV channel 18 in San Juan, PR (NBC) begins broadcasting

1964-10-12

WSBK TV channel 38 in Boston, MA (IND/ABC/CBS/NBC) begin

1965-01-12

"Hullabaloo" premieres on NBC-TV

1965-02-12

KHFI (now KBVO) TV channel 42 in Austin, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting

1965-09-04

KREZ TV channel 6 in Durango, CO (CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting

1965-09-18

"I Dream of Jeannie", starring Barbara Eden as a 2,000-year-old genie, and Larry Hagman as an astronaut who becomes her master, premieres on NBC

1965-11-14

KCST TV channel 39 in San Diego, CA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1966-01-25

WCMC (now WMGM) TV channel 40 in Wildwood, NJ (NBC) 1st broadcast

1966-06-16

Rowan & Martin host The Dean Martin Show, Summer Series, on NBC-TV

1966-07-26

WRLH TV channel 31 in Lebanon, NH (NBC) begins broadcasting

1966-09-08

"Star Trek" premieres on NBC-TV

1966-09-12

"Monkees" premieres on NBC-TV

1966-10-01

WAEO (now WJFW) TV channel 12 in Rhinelander, WI (NBC) begins

1966-11-06

1st entire lineup televised in color (NBC)

1967-02-05

"Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" premieres on CBS (later ABC, NBC)

1967-07-09

WRET TV channel 36 in Charlotte, NC (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting

1967-12-28

KTSB (now KSNT) TV channel 27 in Topeka, KS (NBC) begins broadcasting

1968-01-07

"GE College Bowl" quiz show premieres on NBC TV

1968-01-12

Nighttime version of "Hollywood Squares" premieres on NBC TV

1968-01-22

"Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" premieres on NBC

1968-03-01

NBC's unprecedented on-air announcement, Star Trek will return

1968-06-10

"Danny Thomas Hour" last airs on NBC-TV

1968-06-10

KCFW TV channel 9 in Kalispell, MT (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1968-06-10

WHTV (now WTZH) TV channel 24 in Meridian, MS (NBC/CBS) 1st broadcast

1968-10-26

KMIR TV channel 36 in Palm Springs, CA (NBC) begins broadcastng

1968-11-04

WRDU (now WPTF) TV chan 28 in Raleigh-Durham, NC (NBC) 1st broadcast

1968-11-17

"Heidi Game", NBC cuts to show "Heidi" and misses Raider's rally to beat Jets, 43-32

1968-12-03

NBC Elvis comeback special airs

1968-12-19

WCWB (now WMGT) TV channel 41 in Macon, GA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1969-02-09

KGTO TV channel 36 in Fayetteville, AR (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1969-05-27

Jerry Lewis Show second run, last airs on NBC-TV

1969-06-03

Last episode of Star Trek airs on NBC (Turnabout Intruder)

1969-08-29

KYUS TV channel 3 in Miles City, MT (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1969-09-29

"Bright Promise" TV Daytime Soap; debuts on NBC-TV

1969-09-29

"Letters To Laugh-In" debuts on NBC-TV

1969-09-29

"Name Droppers" debuts on NBC-TV

1969-09-29

"Sale Of Century" debuts on NBC-TV

1969-10-07

WJMN TV channel 3 in Escanaba, MI (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting

1969-10-20

WKYH (now WYMT) TV channel 57 in Hazard, KY (NBC) begins broadcasting

1970-01-03

WHAG TV channel 25 in Hagerstown, MD (NBC) begins broadcasting

1970-05-02

KOAI (now KNAZ) TV channel 2 in Flagstaff, AZ (NBC) 1st broadcast

1970-05-12

KTVM TV channel 6 in Butte, MT (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting

1970-06-20

"Ray Stevens Show" debuts on NBC-TV

1970-06-23

"Red Skelton Show" last airs on CBS-TV, moved to NBC-TV

1970-07-31

Chet Huntley retires from NBC, ends "Huntley-Brinkley Report"

1970-09-28

"Words & Music" debuts on NBC-TV

1970-10-29

WYEA (now WLTZ) TV channel 38 in Columbus, GA (NBC) 1st broadcast

1971-04-07

WCJB TV channel 20 in Gainesville, FL (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting 3-judge US Circuit Court of Appeals

1971-08-15

KVRL (now KRIV) TV ch 26 in Shreveport-Texarkana, LA (NBC) begins

1971-09-15

1st broadcast of "Columbo" on NBC-TV

1971-09-29

"McMillan & Wife" debuts on NBC-TV

1972-01-14

"Sanford & Son" starring Redd Foxx premieres on NBC TV

1972-01-22

"Emergency" with Robert Fuller premieres on NBC TV

1972-08-23

Republican convention (Miami Beach, Fla) renominates VP Agnew but not unanimous-1 vote went to NBC newsman David Brinkley)

1972-09-17

"M*A*S*H," premieres on NBC TV

1973-01-16

NBC presents 440th & final showing of "Bonanza"

1973-02-02

"Midnight Special" rock music show debuts on NBC-TV

1973-05-14

Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, last airs on NBC-TV

1974-01-01

NBC radio begins on the hour news 24 hours a day (following CBS lead)

1974-05-24

Dean Martin Show last airs on NBC-TV

1974-06-27

"Flip Wilson Show" last airs on NBC-TV

1974-09-13

1st broadcast of "Rockford Files" on NBC-TV

1975-01-06

"Wheel Of Fortune," debuts on NBC-tv

1975-05-17

NBC paid $5M for rights to show "Gone with the Wind" one time

1975-06-18

NBC News & Information Service (24 hr news) premieres on radio

1975-07-10

Gladys Knight & Pips Summer Series premieres on NBC-TV

1975-09-29

"Three For Money" debuts on NBC-TV

1976-01-01

NBC replaces the peacock logo

1976-01-14

"Bionic Woman" with Lindsay Wagner debuts on ABC (later NBC)

1976-02-02

"Rich Little Show," debuts on NBC-TV

1976-06-07

NBC Nightly News with John Chancellor & David Brinkley, premieres

1976-06-11

"Magnificent Marble Machine" last airs on NBC-TV

1977-05-29

NBC News & Information Service (24 hr news) ends on radio

1977-09-03

Last broadcast of "Mary Tyler Moore Show" on NBC-TV

1978-03-22

Rutle's "All You Need is Cash" is show on NBC-TV

1978-09-01

Last broadcast of "Columbo" on NBC TV

1978-09-29

"For Richer, For Poorer," TV Daytime Soap; last airs on NBC-TV

1978-11-03

First broadcast of "Diff'rent strokes" on NBC TV

1979-02-07

"Supertrain," TV Anthology, Superbomb of 1979, debuts on NBC

1979-04-18

"Real People" premieres on NBC TV

1980-01-10

Last broadcast of "Rockford Files" on NBC

1980-06-23

"David Letterman Show" debuts on NBC-TV daytime

1980-12-20

NBC broadcasts NY Jets' 24-17 win over Dolphins without audio

1980-12-30

"Wonderful World of Disney," last performance on NBC-TV

1981-01-15

"Hill Street Blues" premieres on NBC-TV

1981-02-06

"Brady Brides," debuts on NBC TV

1981-05-15

2nd City TV's (SCTV) network premier (NBC)

1981-05-15

SCTV Network 90, sequel to Second City Television debut on NBC

1981-09-04

Newscaster David Brinkley is released by NBC

1981-09-16

1st broadcast of "Miami Vice" on NBC-TV

1981-10-31

1st live US radio drama in 25 years (Halloween Story on NBC)

1982-01-04

Bryant Gumbel became co-host of NBC's "Today Show"

1982-01-07

"Fame" premieres on NBC TV

1982-02-01

"Late Night With David Letterman" debuts on NBC-TV, Bill Murray is first guest

1982-06-10

"Taxi" last airs on ABC, moves to NBC in the fall

1982-09-26

"Knight Rider", starring David Hasselhoff, debuts on NBC

1982-09-29

1st broadcast of "Cheers" on NBC-TV

1982-12-31

NBC radio cancels almost all of its network daily features

1983-01-23

"A-Team" with Mr T premieres on NBC

1983-07-29

"Friday Night Videos" premieres on NBC TV

1984-01-04

"Night Court" starring Harry Anderson premieres on NBC TV

1984-01-09

"TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes" premieres on NBC TV (Whoops)

1984-01-31

Edwin Newman retires from NBC News after 35 years with the network

1984-06-02

"Welcome To Fun Zone" hosted by Dr Demento airs on NBC-TV

1984-07-30

Soap Opera "Santa Barbara" premieres on NBC TV

1984-09-20

"Cosby Show" premieres on NBC-TV

1984-10-23

NBC airs BBC footage of Ethiopian famine

1985-06-14

"Michael Nesmith In Television Parts" premieres on NBC-TV

1985-09-14

"The Golden Girls", starring Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty, debuts on NBC

1985-09-29

"Alfred Hitchcock Presents," returns to NBC-TV

1985-09-29

"Amazing Stories" by Steven Spielberg, debuts on NBC-TV

1985-12-11

General Electric acquires RCA Corp & its subsidiary, NBC

1986-05-22

Cher calls David Letterman an asshole on Late Night on NBC

1986-06-11

"Blacke's Magic" last airs on NBC-TV

1986-09-15

1st broadcast of "LA Law" on NBC-TV

1987-03-08

"A Team" last aired on NBC-TV after 4 years

1987-10-24

NBC technicians accept pact, end 118 day strike

1988-08-22

NBC premieres "Later" with Bob Costas (1st guest Linda Ellerbee)

1988-12-01

NBC bids record $401M to capture rights to 1992 Barcelona Olympics

1988-12-20

NBC signs lease to stay in NYC, 33 more years

1989-03-27

1st half-black soap opera, "Generations" premieres on NBC-TV

1989-06-25

"Day By Day" last airs on NBC-TV

1989-07-23

FOX-TV tops ABC, NBC & CBS for 1st time (America's Most Wanted)

1989-09-22

"Baywatch", starring David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson, debuts on NBC

1989-12-29

Jane Pauley says goodbye to NBC's "Today" show

1990-02-05

Notre Dame becomes 1st team to sell its game to a major network (NBC)

1990-03-31

"Carol & Company" starring Carol Burnette premieres on NBC-TV

1990-05-31

Seinfeld starring Jerry Seinfeld, debuts on NBC as Seinfeld Chronicles

1990-06-25

NBC decides to air episodes of "Quantum Leap" for 5 straight days

1991-01-06

"Real Life With Jane Pauley" premieres on NBC-TV

1991-01-23

"seinfeld" debuts on NBC-TV

1991-01-28

"A Closer Look" with Faith Daniels premieres on NBC-TV

1991-06-06

NBC announces Jay Leno will replace Johnny Carson on May 25, 1992

1992-02-06

"Late Night's 10th Anniversary Show At Radio City Music Hall" on NBC

1992-04-30

208th & final episode of Cosby Show on NBC-TV

1992-05-09

Final episode of "Golden Girls" airs on NBC-TV

1992-05-13

Final episode of "Night Court" airs on NBC-TV

1992-08-01

NBC's "Saturday Today" premieres

1992-09-04

"Scared Silent" is 1st non news program to be seen on 3 networks simultaneously. (CBS, NBC & PBS), about child abuse hosted by Oprah

1992-11-17

Dateline NBC airs a demonstration show General Motors trucks, blowing up on impact, later revealed NBC rigged test

1992-12-08

NBC announces that "Cheers" will go off the air in May 1993

1993-01-08

NBC offers "Tonight Show" to David Letterman

1993-01-14

David Letterman announces his show is moving from NBC to CBS

1993-01-15

Soap opera "Santa Barbara" final show on NBC TV

1993-02-08

GM sues NBC, alleging that "Dateline NBC" program had rigged 2 car-truck crashes to show that 1973-87 GM pickups were prone to fires

1993-04-26

NBC announces Conan O'Brien to replace David Letterman

1993-05-12

Last broadcast of "Cheers" on NBC-TV

1993-05-20

274th & final "Cheers" on NBC

1993-06-11

"Scattergories" game show last airs on NBC-TV

1993-06-11

"Scrabble," second run," TV Game Show; last airs on NBC-TV

1993-06-26

"Late Night with David Letterman" airs for last time on NBC-TV

1993-07-27

NBC TV awarded 1996 Olympic coverage for $456 million

1994-05-28

"Cafe American" last airs on NBC-TV

1995-02-19

1st broadcast of "Woman of Independent Means" on NBC-TV

1995-04-29

Final TV broadcast of "Empty Nest" on NBC TV

1996-01-09

First episode of "Third Rock from the Sun" screened on NBC

1996-07-15

MSNBC begins Microsoft internet-NBC TV

1997-01-03

Bryant Gumbel co-hosted his final "Today" show on NBC-TV

1997-02-23

NBC TV shows "Schindler's List," completely uncensored, 65M watch

1998-05-14

Last episode of seinfeld on NBC (commercials are $2M for 30 seconds)

2001-10-02

"Scrubs", starring Zach Braff as Dr. John "J.D." Dorian, premieres on NBC

2006-02-09

Al Michaels joins NBC's "Sunday Night Football" broadcast with Johh Madden

2006-10-11

"30 Rock", starring Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, and Tracy Morgan, debuts on NBC

2014-02-17

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon premieres on NBC

2016-08-06

American TV viewers slam NBC for delaying Rio broadcast

2016-10-12

Billy Bush to Make Abrupt Exit From NBC After Lewd Tape

2017-01-04

Anchor Megyn Kelly to join NBC after 12 years with Fox News

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Nbc - Notable Birthdays

Tim RussertMay 7, 1950

Courteney CoxJun 15, 1964

Nbc - Birthdays
Date Event
1867-03-25

Arturo Toscanini, Parma Italy, temperamental conductor (NBC)

1890-08-05

Erich Kleiber, Vienna Austria, conductor (NBC Symphony 1945-46)

1890-08-12

Al Goodman, Nikopol Russia, orchestra leader (NBC Comedy Hour)

1907-09-29

Richard Harkness, Artesian SD, newscaster (Story of the Week, NBC)

1908-02-13

Pauline Frederick, journalist/correspondent (UN, NBC TV)

1910-05-12

Gordon Jenkins, Webster Grove Mo, orchestra leader (NBC Comedy Hour)

1911-08-09

Robert McCormick, Danville Ky, NBC newscaster (Current Opinion)

1911-12-10

Chet Huntley, Cardwell Mont, newscaster (NBC Huntley-Brinkley Report)

1915-11-26

Earl Wild, Pitts Pa, composer/pianist (Caesar's Hour, NBC Symph 1942)

1915-9-12

Frank McGee, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

1919-01-25

Edwin Newman, NYC, newscaster/journalist/author (NBC-TV, Comment)

1920-04-28

Nan Merriman, US/Neth singer (Arturo Toscanini NBC Orch)

1920-07-10

David Brinkley, Wilmington NC, NBC news anchor (Huntley-Brinkley)

1920-07-17

Bill Monroe, New Orleans La, newscaster (NBC-TV, Congressional Report)

1921-05-31

Howard Reig, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

1921-07-18

John Glenn, 50 Years of NBC Late Night

1921-09-12

Frank McGee, Monroe La, news anchor (NBC Evening News)

1921-10-13

Harper MacKay, Boston Mass, orchestra leader (NBC Follies)

1924-02-20

Greg Garrison, NBC: The First Fifty Years - A Closer Look

1924-12-23

Floyd Kalber, Omaha Neb, newscaster (NBC Weekend News Anchor-1973)

1926-01-11

Grant Tinker, broadcasting executive (NBC-TV)

1927-01-27

Nancy Dickerson, journalist (NBC)

1927-07-14

John William Chancellor, Chicago Ill, news anchor (NBC, VOA)

1927-11-05

Robert Abernethy, Geneva Switz, Newscaster (NBC News Encore)

1927-12-03

Andy Williams, Andy Williams and the NBC Kids Search for Santa

1928-01-08

Sander Vanocur, Cleve Ohio, news anchor (NBC Weekend News)

1928-02-09

Roger Mudd, Wash DC, news ancher (CBS Weekend News, NBC Evening News)

1928-02-09

Roger Mudd, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

1928-03-24

Byron "Yanks" Janis, McKeesport Pa, pianist (NBC Symphony Orch)

1929-01-07

Douglas Kiker, NBC newsman (1970 Peabody Award)

1930-03-06

Lorin Maazel, Neuilly France, conductor (NBC Symphony Orch 1941)

1930-06-09

Marvin Kalb, NYC, educator/newscaster (CBS/NBC, Meet the Press)

1931-01-19

Robert MacNeil, Montreal, news anchor (NBC Weekend News, 1965-67)

1931-06-21

Lawrence K Grossman, News president (NBC-TV)

1932-02-01

John Hart, Denver Colorado, newsman (CBS News Retrospective, NBC News)

1933-12-28

Jack Perkins, Cleve Ohio, newscaster (Prime Time Sunday, NBC Magazine)

1935-09-10

John Palmer, Kingsport Tenn, news anchor (NBC Weekend News)

1935-9-10

John Palmer, NBC News at Sunrise

1936-03-12

Lloyd Dobbins, Newport News Va, newscaster (NBC News Overnight)

1936-05-12

Tom Snyder, Milwaukee Wisc, newscaster (Tommorow, NBC Weekend News)

1936-10-12

Tony Kubek, shortstop (NY Yankees)/sportscaster (NBC-TV, Madison Square Garden)

1937-09-13

Fred Silverman, broadcasting exec (ABC/NBC/CBS)

1939-04-03

Jeff Gralnick, NBC News Decision 2010

1939-08-28

Cassie Mackin, newswoman (NBC TV)

1939-11-19

Garrick Utley, Chicago Illinois, newscaster (1st Tuesday, NBC Weekend)

1940-02-03

Jim Hartz, newscaster (NBC-TV, Innovations)

1940-02-06

Tom Brokaw, Yankton SD, news anchor (NBC Nightly News 1982- )

1940-02-06

Tom Brokaw, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

1940-12-15

Nick Buoniconti, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)/sportscaster (NBC)

1941-06-12

Marv Albert, NYC, "Yes!" sportscaster (NBC-TV)/back biter

1941-12-10

Bill Schechner, NBC News Overnight

1944-08-15

Linda Ellerbee, Bryan Texas, newscaster (Weekend, NBC Overnight)

1946-08-20

Connie Chung, TV news anchor (NBC, CBS)

1946-10-20

Connie Chung, Washington DC, news ancher (NBC, CBS)

1946-10-30

Andrea Mitchell, NYC, newscaster (NBC-TV, Summer Sunday USA)

1947-10-12

Chris Wallace, Chicago Illinois, newscaster (NBC Weekend News)

1948-02-02

Jessica Savitch, Kennet Sq PA, news anchor (NBC)

1948-12-09

Steve Handelsman, NBC News Decision 92 Republican Convention

1948-9-29

Bryant Gumbel, Dateline NBC

1949-01-13

Brandon Tartikoff, TV exec (NBC)

1949-03-12

Mary Alice Williams, news reporter (NBC-TV)

1950-05-07

Tim Russert, Buffalo NY, American television journalist and host of NBC's Meet the Press, (d. 2008)

1950-10-31

Jane Pauley, Indianapolis Indiana, newscaster (Today, NBC Weekend)

1953-12-27

Arthur Kent, newscaster [Scud Stud], (NBC-Gulf War coverage)

1954-08-20

Al Roker, Queens NY, weatherman (NBC, Today)

1954-12-02

Stone Phillips, news host (NBC Dateline)

1955-11-06

Maria Shriver, Dateline NBC

1957-01-07

Katie Couric, Dateline NBC

1958-02-10

John Yang, NBC News Decision 2010

1958-02-28

Derek M. Allen, NBC 75th Anniversary Special

1959-05-05

Brian Williams, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

1960-06-05

Dawn Fratangelo, Dateline NBC

1962-03-24

Star Jones, attorney/TV hostess (NBC, Inside Edition)

1962-05-14

Janet Shamlian, NBC News Decision 2010

1962-06-13

Hannah Storm, sports journalist (CNN, NBC)

1963-05-22

David Bloom, Dateline NBC

1963-10-30

Todd Sand, NBC Sports Presents World Champions on Ice II

1964-06-15

Courteney Cox, Birmingham, Alabama, American actress (Monica Geller on the NBC sitcom Friends)

1970-11-10

Jenni Meno, NBC Sports Presents World Champions on Ice II

1975-12-21

Seth Fox, NBC 75th Anniversary Special

1978-05-01

Tony Mwendi Kinkela, Dateline NBC

1980-07-03

Megan Accardo, NBC Premiere Week Preview

1990-12-04

Nicole Ilene Greensher, Fashion Factor on KUSA NBC

Nbc - Notable Weddings

Alan GreenspanApr 6, 1997

Nbc - Weddings
Date Event
1983-06-24

"NBC Sports" sportscaster Bob Costas (31) weds Carole Randall Krumenacher

1986-11-28

NBC's Ahmad Rashad marriage proposal is accepted by Phylicia Ayers-Allen during halftime of Det Lions-NY Jets football game

1997-04-06

Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan (71) weds NBC News correspondent Andrea Mitchell (50) at Little Washington in Washington, Virginia

2005-10-09

"The O.C." writer and talk show host Regis Philbin's daughter Jennifer Joy Philbin (31) weds NBC comedy series "The Office" writer Michael Schur (32) at St. Ignatius Loyola Church in New York City

2005-12-03

NBC correspondent Hoda Kotb (41) weds New Orleans tennis coach Burzis Kanga in the Dominican Republic

2006-01-02

NBC correspondent Chip Reid weds Nina Block in Hawaii

2006-04-02

NBC "Weekend Today" anchor Campbell Brown (38) weds FOX News contributor Dan Senor (34) at the Beaver Creek Chapel in Beaver Creek, Colorado

2008-09-19

NBC's The Biggest Loser contestant Matt Hoover (30) weds Suzy Preston (30) at the Grand Lido Negril resort in Jamaica

2014-06-07

Good Morning America's meteorologist Ginger Zee (33) weds NBC news correspondent Benjamin Aaron at beachfront ceremony in Petoskey, Michigan

Nbc - Divorces
Date Event
2012-06-05

NBC musical drama series "Smash" actress Debra Messing (43) divorces actor and producer Daniel Zelman (44) by their mutual decision after 10 years of marriage

Nbc - Notable Deaths

Tim RussertJun 13, 2008

Nbc - Deaths
Date Event
1957-01-07

Al White, choreographer (NBC Comedy Hour), dies

1957-01-16

Arturo Toscanini, Italian US conductor (NBC), dies in NYC at 89

1972-01-10

Al Goodman, Russian/US orchestra leader (NBC Comedy Hour), dies at 81

1974-03-20

Chet Huntley, newscaster (NBC Huntley-Brinkley Report), dies at 62

1983-10-23

Jessica Savage, Margate NJ, newscaster (NBC Weekend), dies at 36

1983-10-24

Jessica Savitch, news anchor (NBC-TV), dies at 35

1984-05-01

Gordon Jenkins, orchestra leader (NBC Comedy Hour), dies at 73

1990-02-18

Hulk, fictional character in "Death of Incredible Hulk" on NBC, dies

1991-08-14

Douglas Kiker, newscaster (NBC-TV), dies of a heart attack at 61

1994-04-17

Peter Hacker, US journalist/actor (NBC, Broadcast News), dies at 69

1995-08-16

John Cameron Swayze, news anchor (NBC), dies at 89

1996-07-12

John Chancellor, news anchor (VOA, NBC), dies at 68

1997-08-27

Brandon Tartikoff, TV exec (NBC), dies at 48

2003-04-06

David Bloom, Dateline NBC

2005-03-25

Greg Garrison, NBC: The First Fifty Years - A Closer Look

2008-06-13

Tim Russert, American television host, NBC News Meet the Press moderator, dies at 58

2008-11-10

Howard Reig, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

2011-05-09

Jeff Gralnick, NBC News Decision 2010

2012-09-25

Andy Williams, Andy Williams and the NBC Kids Search for Santa

2013-08-03

John Palmer, NBC News at Sunrise


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