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The National Broadcasting Company (NBC) is an American English-language commercial terrestrial radio and television network owned by NBCUniversal, a subsidiary of Comcast. The network is headquartered at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City, with additional major offices near Los Angeles, Chicago, and Philadelphia. NBC is one of the Big Three television networks, and is sometimes referred to as the "Peacock Network", in reference to its stylized peacock logo, introduced in 1956 to promote the company's innovations in early color broadcasting; it became the network's official emblem in 1979.

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Gabrielle Union insists NBC needs to 'do more' to address workplace harassment [Video]

Gabrielle Union insists NBC needs to 'do more' to address workplace harassment

Union praised the network for their new plans to tackle the issue but doesn't think the ideas go far enough.

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Gabrielle Union urges NBC to 'do more' to address workplace harassment [Video]

Gabrielle Union urges NBC to 'do more' to address workplace harassment

Gabrielle Union has insisted NBC need to do more to address workplace harassment, though she welcomed the news they are planning to offer more protection to staff.

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Tina Fey thanks NBC bosses for pulling offensive 30 Rock episodes [Video]

Tina Fey thanks NBC bosses for pulling offensive 30 Rock episodes

Tina Fey has applauded TV bosses for shelving episodes of her hit comedy 30 Rock, which featured actors in "race-changing make-up".

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NBC to Air '30 Rock' Upfront Special | THR News [Video]

NBC to Air '30 Rock' Upfront Special | THR News

NBC is (sorta) heading back to 30 Rock.

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Battle of the bullhorns: cops and protesters negotiate over loudspeakers [Video]

Battle of the bullhorns: cops and protesters negotiate over loudspeakers

Protesters and police in Portland, Oregon on Sunday held a public dialogue through bullhorns at a protest against police brutality.

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Jonas Brothers Release Two New Singles [Video]

Jonas Brothers Release Two New Singles

Jonas Brothers are treating their fans to a special surprise. The brothers released "XV," a special two-song bundle featuring their new single "X" and the single "Five More Minutes." The band will..

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Gabrielle Union says 'more changes are needed' to end racial, gender discrimination at NBC

Gabrielle Union is weighing in on NBC's steps to end racial and gender discrimination in the workplace, saying there are "more changes needed."
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Kristian Alfonso ends three-decade 'Days of Our Lives' run, won't return when production resumes

Kristian Alfonso, who has played Hope Williams Brady on 'Days of Our Lives' since 1983, announced Monday she is leaving the NBC soap.
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NBC commentators Tara Lipinski, Johnny Weir participate in vulgar video spoof of U.S. Olympian

NBC's Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir participated in a video spoof of Olympian Bradie Tennell in which a vulgar term for a woman's groin was used.
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NBC pulls '30 Rock' blackface episodes; Tina Fey says 'intent' is not a free pass for white people'

NBC will remove multiple "30 Rock" episodes that depict characters in blackface from streaming services and from circulation.
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NBC renews 'Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist,' winner of USA TODAY's 'Save Our Shows' poll

NBC's "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist," the runaway winner of USA TODAY's 23rd Save Our Shows poll, received a Season 2 renewal Thursday.
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'This Is Us' writer Jas Waters dies at 39; cast pays tribute to 'brilliant storyteller'

Jas Waters, a TV and movie writer who worked for NBC's "This Is Us," died Wednesday. Her colleagues called her a "force of nature."
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'Law & Order: SVU' producer says George Floyd's death 'has to come up' in future episode

"Law & Order: SVU" executive producer Warren Leight said George Floyd and the subsequent backlash to law enforcement will come up on the NBC series.
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Gabrielle Union says NBC chief threatened her for claiming racism on 'AGT' set

Gabrielle Union complained about 'AGT' after being fired, and now says NBC's chief threatened her against pursuing claims. NBC denies the charge.
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Jenna Bush Hager remembers White House butler Wilson Jerman, who died of coronavirus at 91

Wilson Jerman made the White House feel especially like home, former first daughter Jenna Bush Hager, 38, explained on NBC's "Today."
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Fake crowd noise for NFL broadcasts? NBC's Al Michaels bracing for 'a year of trial and error'

Al Michaels knows "Sunday Night Football" will have to adjust if games have no fans, but the broadcast's goal remains to tell the story.
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For NBC's 'The Blacklist,' animation fills in the gaps after COVID-19 shutdown

After the COVID-19 pandemic shut down production mid-episode, 'The Blacklist' crafted a Season 7 finale by combining live-action and animated scenes.
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Save Our Shows: 'Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist' tops 2020 survey with record-breaking support

"Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" topped USA TODAY's 23rd annual Save Our Shows poll with a record 67% of voters urging NBC to save it.
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'The Voice' recap: How did first coronavirus-influenced, stay-at-home performance show go?

"The Voice" sang from home Monday in the NBC singing contest's first remote show, an adaptation resulting the COVID-19 production shutdown.
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'Parks and Recreation': 5 questions about NBC's coronavirus-themed special, answered

The cast of NBC's "Parks and Recreation" is reuniting Thursday for a benefit special about how Leslie Knope and friends are coping with COVID-19.
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'Songland' returns to find the next hit song

'Songland' star and music producer Shane McAnally talks about trying to find a song for Luis Fonsi on the NBC show's new season and how the coronavirus might affect the types of songs people want to..
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James Drury, star of NBC's long-running Western series 'The Virginian,' dies at 85

James Drury died Monday at 85. The actor played the title rancher on "The Virginian," the longest-running TV Western behind "Gunsmoke" and "Bonanza."
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Florida to allow two cruise ships to dock after impasse, NBC reports

MIAMI - Florida officials have agreed to allow two Holland America Line cruise ships afflicted with the coronavirus to dock at a port in Fort Lauderdale, resolving a days-long impasse that drew the..
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Christopher Meloni to return as Elliot Stabler in a 'Law & Order: SVU' spinoff for NBC

Christopher Meloni will reprise his 'Law & Order: SVU' character, Elliot Stabler, in a 13-episode, Dick Wolf-produced 'SVU' spinoff for NBC.
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'The Office' turns 15: All the ways NBC's quirky sitcom changed pop culture

From stars like Steve Carell and John Krasinski to all the memes, here's how "The Office" has changed pop culture in the 15 years since it premiered.
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Just what will it take to postpone the 2020 Olympics? It will be a massive effort, but not insurmountable.

IOC President Thomas Bach has negotiations with NBC and big sponsors ahead as part of the consequences of postponing the Olympics.
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'The Voice': Blake Shelton uses his save after Kelly Clarkson's 'dramatic' pause backfires

Kelly Clarkson's dramatic pause backfires in the latest episode of NBC's "The Voice."
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'We are heartbroken': Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie honor NBC employee who tested positive for coronavirus

Lester Holt and Savannah Guthrie honored Larry Edgeworth, a longtime NBC News employee who died after testing positive for coronavirus.
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Bloomberg to reassess White House bid on Wednesday, NBC reports

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg will reassess his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination on Wednesday, NBC News reported.
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'Friends' reunion officially happening with HBO Max special; Jennifer Aniston, cast reuniting

The wait is over: America's favorite "Friends" will reunite for an unscripted special for HBO Max nearly 16 years after the NBC sitcom went off air.
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Galentine's Day: Everything you need know about the fake holiday celebrating friendship

NBC's 'Parks and Recreation' protagonist Leslie Knope, played by former SNL star Amy Poehler, introduced the holiday to the public in 2010.  
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'Days of our Lives' renewed: Long-running soap will return for Season 56

The "Days of our Lives" will continue. The long-running soap has been renewed for its 56th season, NBC announced Wednesday.
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U.S. Senate Republicans to discuss Trump impeachment trial witnesses: NBC

Senate Republicans plan to meet later on Tuesday and are expected to discuss whether to call witnesses in the impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald Trump, NBC reported, citing four unnamed..
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Comcast and NBC unveil plans for Peacock streaming service, including 'Law & Order' and 'SNL'

Comcast's Peacock streaming service will offer subscribers the first look at NBC's late-night talk shows, but unlike rivals it includes commercials.
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Can 'SNL' prevent another Shane Gillis-style firing? Vetting can be 'triggering,' NBC says

NBC Chair Paul Telegdy praised Lorne Michaels for firing 'Saturday Night Live' cast member Shane Gillis, but warned about "vetting" comedians.
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Dwayne Johnson says his autobiographical NBC sitcom 'Young Rock' will be like 'Forrest Gump'

Dwayne Johnson went from troubled youth to wrestler to movie star. Now his "formative years" are the subject of a new NBC comedy, 'Young Rock."
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NBC chief promises change 'if necessary' at 'AGT' after Gabrielle Union complaints, exit

NBC Entertainment chief Paul Telegdy said he can't discuss an investigation into complaints about the culture at 'AGT.' He promised change, if needed.
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On This Day: 9 January 1996

Comedy "3rd Rock from the Sun" premiered on NBC. (Jan. 9)  
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Golden Globes 2020: How to watch the show and what you need to know

Here's everything you need to know about the Golden Globe Awards, from the guest list to how to stream the show that airs Sunday (8 EST/5 PST) on NBC.
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Golden Globes 2020: 5 moments to watch for when Ricky Gervais hosts the awards show

Here's your prep guide for what to watch at the Golden Globes on Sunday (NBC, 8 p.m. ET/5 PT), where five-time host Ricky Gervais will be unleashed.
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Mandy Moore loses iPad on American flight after food poisoning cuts Ecuador trip short

Mandy Moore, of NBC's "This Is Us," left her iPad behind on an American Arilines plane the day after Christmas (and after a bout of food poisoning).
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NBC's Dateline on a podcast roll

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Gabrielle Union after 'AGT' exit: I spoke my 'unfiltered truth' in 5-hour NBC meeting

Gabrielle Union says she met with NBC executives weeks after exiting "America's Got Talent" following reports of a toxic work environment.
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Howard Stern blames Simon Cowell for Gabrielle Union's 'America's Got Talent' exit

Former "America's Got Talent" judge Howard Stern says Simon Cowell is to blame for Gabrielle Union's exit from the NBC competition show.
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Plane crash north of San Antonio International Airport kills three: NBC

Three people died when a small plane crashed on the north side of the San Antonio International Airport in Texas late on Sunday, NBC Chicago reported, citing fire officials.
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O'Hurley says National Dog Show will be better than ever

Actor and host John O'Hurley and "The National Dog Show" return for the 18th annual edition of the competition Thursday following NBC's telecast of Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in the U.S.. (Nov...
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2020 Democrats urge DNC to call for Comcast probe of "toxic culture"

Days before a debate hosted by MSNBC, four presidential candidates want commitments from Comcast, parent company of MSNBC and NBC, that it will investigate its "toxic culture"
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Is This the End of ‘Days of Our Lives’?

Cast members of the long-running soap opera jumped in to counter rumors of the show’s demise. Its producers are currently in renewal talks with NBC.
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'Days of Our Lives' actors react to cancellation reports as NBC, Sony stay mum

Kristian Alfonso, Camila Banus and Chandler Massey reacted to reports that 'Days of Our Lives' was coming to an end and the cast had been laid off.
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'The Voice': Singer goes home after singing Kelly Clarkson in front of Kelly Clarkson

"Voice" Knockouts continued on the NBC singing competition Monday, and with the live shows only one week away, the stakes are higher than ever.
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'The Voice': Blake Shelton made everyone cry with his sweet words about 'magical' singer

Tuesday's episode of "The Voice" was a tearjerker, leaving contestants and coaches sobbing during the fifth night of Battles on the NBC show.
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'Good Place' star Jameela Jamil 'almost threw up on camera' hosting 'Misery Index'

Jameela Jamil, best known as Tahani on NBC's "The Good Place," chats about her TBS game show "The Misery Index" and "I Weigh" movement on Instagram.
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Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook has stopped Russia and Iran campaigns to meddle in 2020 election

Facebook has shut down attempts from Russia and Iran to interfere in the 2020 elections, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in an NBC interview aired Monday.  
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Dallas NBC station apologizes for delaying tornado warning during Cowboys' game vs. Eagles

Dallas' local NBC affiliate waited six minutes to interrupt the Cowboys' game against the Eagles to provide a tornado warning.
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Sil Lai Abrams: 'NBC put women’s lives at risk,' killed story of alleged assaults

Sil Lai Abrams is sharing how NBC allegedly killed a story of her claims of sexual assault against Russell Simmons and A.J. Calloway.
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Megyn Kelly calls on NBC to allow outside investigation into accusations against Matt Lauer

Megyn Kelly called on the network to allow for an outside investigation into network's handling of Matt Lauer sexual misconduct allegations.
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