On Monday, the “Today” show will unveil a new set and will welcome Carson Daily as a permanent member of the team.
NBC’s “Today” hosts Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, and the rest returns to Rockefeller Center’s Studio 1A with a new set, new logo and a new co-host. And this is just the first of the many changes planned in remaking the show.
Lauer says the changes are “pieces of the puzzle.” The new set has the traditional anchor desk on a platform that rotates to face the crowd on the plaza, a big orange sofa, and another interview area. Al Roker is reportedly going to use an 82-inch touch screen that boasts 3-D models of cities and weather patterns.
Another addition to the show is “The Voice” host Carson Daly, who will be working in a corner for his personal space: the digitally focused “orange room.” Daly was introduced Thursday as a permanent member of the Today team. His focus includes trending topics and social media communication with fans.
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