As for other cohosts
, a number of the 'oldies but goodies' are no longer around-and they've been replaced by much lesser talents who don't have the 'K' to cohost
a morning show.
(http://www.ibtimes.com/kelly-ripa-picks-ryan-seacrest-new-live-cohost-people-arent-happy-2532821) READ: Kelly Ripa Picks Ryan Seacrest As New 'Live' Cohost
And People Aren't Happy
In 1976 Walters joined ABC News as the first woman to cohost
the network news.
Interesting then to read new book Ten Years Of talkSPORT and learn about a spectacular punch-up between Cascarino and cohost
(See YOUNG ADULT REVIEWS, BIBR, July-August 2005.) In the televised presentation October 22 on NBC affiliates, Al Roker of the NBC Today Show was cohost
of the program produced by M Poker Productions.
Five years later she became cohost
of CBC Television's "Take 30," after which she hosted her own program, "Finlay and Company," from 1976-1977.
Boston's WBUR-FM hires seasoned television journalist Bill Delaney to cohost
its midday newsmagazine, "Here and Now," with current cohost
WALES lost out on the chance to cohost
the 2008 European Championship because they could offer only one venue to Uefa organisers.
This was the second year the 598th Transportation Group teamed up with the European Command to cohost
She announced to fans via Twitter on Sunday that she was finally choosing a new cohost
MANILA -- Vice President Jejomar Binay will be a cohost
of a radio commentary program that went off the air temporarily reportedly because he had wanted to be a part of it.
GMTV star Michael Underwood has quit after bosses ditched Entertainment Today, the slot he cohosts
with Ben Shephard.