NBC’s “Today” show website features articles, photos and videos about current events and slices of life. The site serves as a complement to the daily broadcast of the "Today" show.
Subjects showcased across the Today.com site include news, politics, sports and business, in addition to health and popular culture. Prominently featured are funny, endearing and newsworthy videos. Visitors to the site are also offered information on how to plan a trip to see the "Today" show broadcast in person, and they can sign-up for a "daily buzz" e-mail newsletter.
"Today" is the longest-running morning news and interview show in the United States, debuting in 1952. The program had a two-hour running time for most of its history, but added a third hour in 2000 and then a fourth in 2007.
The program broadcasts each day from a street-level studio at the famous Rockefeller Center building in New York City, where it often draws large crowds of onlookers for both interviews and concerts. As of 2015, the show was co-hosted by Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie and Al Roker.
"Today" is viewed via NBC affiliates in respective time zones. Besides the weekday broadcast, as of 2015, "Today is also on the air for two hours Saturdays and one hour on Sunday.