Live 5 WCSC will move "Inside Edition" into the 4:30p.m. weekday time period starting Monday, April 21.
Anchored by veteran newswoman Deborah Norville, and backed by a dedicated staff of correspondents and producers, the daily news magazine has built its enduring success by presenting a compelling mix of hard-hitting investigations, exclusive news maker interviews and incisive human-interest stories, as well as celebrity and pop culture features.
On September 9, 2013, "Inside Edition" launched its new season as television’s longest-running, top-rated and most-honored syndicated news magazine. Building upon a successful season in which the show made headlines,Inside Edition received industry accolades and, once again, ranked in the top 10 first run syndicated programs, a distinction it’s held for the past 24 seasons.
Inside Edition premiered on Jan. 9, 1989, when the syndicated news magazine genre was at its peak. It holds the distinction of being the only series among that original group that has remained on the air continually since then, and, as its ratings have proved, it continues to thrive.
Norville, the series’ on-air staple, is a two-time Emmy Award winner actively involved in all aspects of the broadcast.
One of "Inside Edition’s" best-known elements is its award-winning investigative unit. "Inside Edition’s" investigations continue to expose dangerous and unethical practices that directly impact many of our nation’s most vulnerable citizens.
The Inside Edition team includes correspondents Jim Moret, Diane McInerney, Paul Boyd, Les Trent, Megan Alexander. Boyd and McInerney are also the co-anchors of Inside Edition Weekend.
The program received numerous awards for journalistic excellence unmatched by any other syndicated news magazine program. The awards include The George Polk, Society of Professional Journalists' Sigma Delta Chi, National Press Club, National Headliner, Investigative Reporters and Editors, Deadline Club, Overseas Press Club, National Association of Consumer Agency Administrators, Fund for Animals, American Woman in Radio and Television and National Women’s Political Caucus. For its riveting coverage of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, "Inside Edition" was honored with a National Press Club Award, National Headliner Award, Deadline Club Award, Clarion Award and was nominated for an Emmy.
Norville joined "Inside Edition" in 1995 from CBS News, where she anchored “America Tonight” and reported for “48 Hours,” “Street Stories” and “CBS Evening News.” Prior to working at CBS, she hosted the nationally syndicated “Deborah Norville Radio Show,”which was heard on more than 200 stations via the ABC Radio network. At NBC, she served as news anchor and, later, as co-host of NBC’S “Today,” following her as anchor as anchor of “NBC News At Sunrise.” She briefly returned to NBC News to anchor the prime time “Deborah Norville Tonight” on MSNBC, while simultaneously anchoring "Inside Edition."
"Inside Edition" is produced daily by Inside Edition, Inc. and distributed by CBS Television Distribution.