Inside Edition

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Inside Edition
Inside Edition logo.png
Created by John Tomlin
Bob Young
Presented by David Frost (1989)
Bill O'Reilly (1989–1995)
Deborah Norville (1995–present)
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 25
No. of episodes 4216
(as of May 28, 2010)
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) King World Productions (1989-2007)
CBS Television Distribution (2007-present)
Inside Edition, Inc.
Distributor King World Productions (1989-2007)
CBS Television Distribution (2007-present)
Original channel First-run syndication
Picture format 480i (SDTV) (1988–2011)
1080i (HDTV) (2011–present)
Original run January 9, 1989 – present
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Inside Edition is a thirty-minute American television syndicated news magazine program. The show was originally a mix of tabloid crime stories, investigations, and celebrity gossip. It is one of the original "Big Three" American tabloid-style TV newsmagazines of the early 1990s—the other two were A Current Affair and Hard Copy—which fiercely competed with each other and is the only one of the three still on the air.

The first anchor of the program was David Frost, who was replaced after approximately three weeks with Bill O'Reilly. The current anchor is former Today anchor Deborah Norville, who took over for O'Reilly in 1995. Steve Kamer has been the show's announcer since its inception.

On August 29, 2011, Inside Edition began airing in high definition.

Current on-air staff[edit]



  • Lisa Guerrero - Chief Investigative Correspondent (2006–Present)
  • Jim Moret - Los Angeles-based Chief Correspondent (2004–present)
  • Victoria Recaño - Los Angeles-based Correspondent (2002–2004; 2012–present)
  • Zoey Tur - Special Sky Correspondent (2015–present)

Former on-air staff[edit]



Inside Edition has been characterised by the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism as "tabloid press"[4] and a "pseudo news program".[5]


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